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Posted: 05/11/19 07:35am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

After six months of flushing the toilet by stepping on a lever; after we got back to our sticks and bricks house last week after sitting on the john for the first time, I automatically tried to step on the lever and then caught myself.
When I told my wife about it, she laughed and said she did the same thing.

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Maybe it's an omen telling you to be a fulltimer? [emoticon]

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As a fulltimer, I've caught myself doing that when visiting friends in their sticks & bricks. It's always good for a chuckle when it happens... [emoticon]


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Previous RV toilet had a lever on the side, “new” is a switch in front of you...after a year I’ve finally learned, most of the time.


This post is my opinion (free advice). It is not intended to influence anyone's judgment nor do I advocate anyone do what I propose.

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I ascribe to the great Hindu philosopher, Bindar Dundat

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Guy Roan wrote:

After six months of flushing the toilet by stepping on a lever; after we got back to our sticks and bricks house last week after sitting on the john for the first time, I automatically tried to step on the lever and then caught myself.
When I told my wife about it, she laughed and said she did the same thing.

Guy

I have done that many times. I also like to put a beer or two in the freezer a half hour before Happy Hour, couldn't find them one day, accused the wife of hiding them. Found them later in the microwave.

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