So I was watching a movie the other day and there was a guy who was bringing his new girlfriend home to his parents. She said she had to use the bathroom, and the guy's parent was like 'only flush for number 2', or something along those lines.
I know I'm way over thinking this, but what would she do? If she flushed anyway, they would think she went number 2, and if she didn't, well, to me that would be weird.
I think I over thought this because I would be so confused if I were in a situation like this. I wouldn't want them to think I went number 2 by flushing, but I also wouldn't want to leave my business there by not flushing.
So my question is; to flush, or not to flush?
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Lol, if I was a guest in someone's house and they had a 'rule' like that for whatever reason, I'd just follow it and do as they said. I'd flush if I pooped or if it was period time and had to get rid of a used tampon and blood-tinged toilet water. Otherwise I'd leave it if that's what they preferred me to do.
At my friend's parents' house when we were growing up, they had the same rule, but only for at night. And I can kind of understand that because their bedroom is right next to the bathroom and the walls are thin. So when I stayed over, which was often, I just learned not to flush my pee at night, since any 'unnecessary' flushing would be loud and possibly wake her parents or keep them up. I got used to it, and don't think it's all that weird anymore. Especially since I'm like part of the family, I wasn't embarrassed that one of them might come across my pee and tp in the toilet in the middle of the night. =P2
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