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    Never anywhere except at home!

    I use our ensuite toilet during the night & dont flush wee's cause its noisy but i shut the lid each time and flush it first thing in the morning.

    Would never do it anywhere else

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    I didn't really know this was a 'thing.' I've never not flushed?!?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyno1onboard View Post
    Unfortunately we have an open plan master bedroom and ensuite (it's stupid, we are renting, would never have this is my own home!)
    Does that mean you can see the toilet from your bed?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qrazelna View Post
    Only acceptable at home in the middle of the night when you don't want to wake anyone up (especially a sleeping baby)
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    This. Except still think it's kinda gross
    What they said ^

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    I do it overnight at home so as not to wake my light sleeping DD.
    In your situation (or during the day at my place) unacceptable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trio View Post
    Does that mean you can see the toilet from your bed?!
    Not from the bed as the shower is blocking the wonderful view! But from other parts of the room yes. DP and I have a no poop policy. All pooping happens in the other toilet lol. Please no judging, I did not design the house

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    Argh! I hate it! For goodness' sake, have the politeness and hygiene to flush, ESPECIALLY in public toilets!!!!

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    In the middle of the night it's a no flush rule unless it's serious otherwise it's always flush - I don't know but our bathroom stinks like a public toilet if the kids forget to flush and its horrid.

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    It's a bit gross. At night sometimes I won't flush though! My 2 girls always forget to flush even with poos, they are young though so I'm ok with it for now. Otherwise it's gross and worse in public toilets.


 

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