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As a regular service to our readers, we've been re-opening old questions.

Once again, we want to hear your stories of shit, poo and number twos. Go on - be filthier than last time.

(, Thu 27 Mar 2008, 14:57)
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There are many mentions of huge unflushable logs this week but I've not seen anyone mention the foolproof way of getting rid of them. If it's in a public toilet, just walk away, let the professionals (the cleaners) sort it out, they handle that sort of stuff all the time and don't need the extra problem of some numpty blocking the loo by pelting the turd with bog roll in their panic/embarassment. However, if you're at home, put the kettle on, wait for it to boil, then pour the water down the pan over the offending monster. The various fats will melt and other bits dissolve, leaving you with an easily flushable slurry.
(, Sun 30 Mar 2008, 5:53, 6 replies)
no shit? that works?
....learn something new every day.
(, Sun 30 Mar 2008, 5:57, closed)
Do peg your nose shut, though
Yes, it works, but move out of the way of the rising steam ... Boiled poo smells /atrocious/.
(, Sun 30 Mar 2008, 8:39, closed)
but how to explain this when i someone else's house?
(, Sun 30 Mar 2008, 13:29, closed)
I just
poke it with the toilet brush. Seems to do the trick.
(, Sun 30 Mar 2008, 16:02, closed)
^ ^
but then you have a toilet brush covered in poo......how do you clean that?
(, Sun 30 Mar 2008, 17:03, closed)
Flush the toilet
and use the flow of water to wash the bristles.
(, Sun 30 Mar 2008, 18:34, closed)

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