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    1 toilet, 4 people, 3 of them boys... disgusting gross.. boys.

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    2 adults 2 kids. 1 bathroom, 1 toilet and 1 ensuite with toilet.

    It works.

    wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.

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    How many people living in your house?

    Me, DH and 10 month old DS.

    How many toilets?

    One separate and one in the en suite.

    How many bathrooms?

    En suite has a shower and toilet, bathroom as a shower and bath.

    Does it work?

    Yes but we can't use both showers at the same time because the water pressure/temperature is whack.

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    7 ppl and two toilets and 2 showers and a bath.
    For a long time we only had one toilet, one shower/bath ohh what a nightmare!

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    Jealous of everyone with more than one toilet.

    With two adults and three school aged children - the one toilet in this house is becoming a bit of an issue.
    The kids can run outside and pee on a tree if needed, but when EVERYONE needs a poo it can get pretty tense.

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    7 people here (2 adults, 5 children).

    We have three toilets and two bathrooms, there is also an extra little bench/sink area just outside the kids toilet.

    It's lots of fun cleaning them all 😐

    I'd honestly be happy with one bathroom and one toilet .. But I'm also not complaining!

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    Growing up: 3 kids + 2 adults and one bathroom + one loo (outside)...

    Now : 1 kid. + 2 adults and two bathrooms with a loo in both of them.

    I'm well and truly spoilt now, I don't know if I could go back!

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    2 adults 4 kids and 2 toilets

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    2 adults, 2 children, 1 bathroom and 2 toilets (one is an outside toilet though and only dp uses it, it's horrible)
    Would like to eventually turn the side room from our bedroom into an ensuite


 

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