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    If the dog won't eat it, it gets drained and wrapped in newspaper and binned.

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    Default does any one else chuck dinner left overs down the toilet

    Ive never heard of anyone doing this so it just sounds weird to me.
    If its not something our dogs or chickens will eat i tip it into a plastic bag (doubled up if necessary) then into the bin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nowhere View Post
    lol **** isnt always liquid haah
    It becomes sludge quite quickly though, and undigested food tends to take longer to break down

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    Default Re: does any one else chuck dinner left overs down the toilet

    Never heard if that! Although DS dropped a piece of garlic bread in the toilet tonight.

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    Default does any one else chuck dinner left overs down the toilet

    Quote Originally Posted by ck2b View Post
    Never heard if that! Although DS dropped a piece of garlic bread in the toilet tonight.

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    He is on to something there huh?

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    Default does any one else chuck dinner left overs down the toilet

    Weird. I have to wonder I there are any plumbing ramifications.

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    Default Re: does any one else chuck dinner left overs down the toilet

    Quote Originally Posted by ck2b View Post
    Never heard if that! Although DS dropped a piece of garlic bread in the toilet tonight.

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    The title of this thread was the funniest thing I'd read in ages.

    Until I read this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WorkingClassMum View Post
    It becomes sludge quite quickly though, and undigested food tends to take longer to break down

    thats true, I dont throw like loafs of bread and muffins down there lol, like curry, pasta sauce, slow cooker food, you know the chunky runny stuff, never blacked the toilets yet, also im sure it would be embarassing if i did lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by ck2b View Post
    Never heard if that! Although DS dropped a piece of garlic bread in the toilet tonight.

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    smart kid haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat21 View Post
    The title of this thread was the funniest thing I'd read in ages.

    Until I read this!

    oh honey thats sad lol


 

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