Murphy’s Laws: bathroom and toilet

Formula for flushing.

1. Children seldom run water in the toilet.

2. When you have guests, children never let down the toilet.

Riddle of the bathroom.

1. Why does your sweet little girl get poisoned in the bathroom before dinner?

The first clue is that she does not wash her hands or use the toilet.

The second hint: she goes there when the table is not yet covered, and leaves-there after the table is already covered.

2. Why does your sweet little girl get poisoned in the bathroom after dinner?

The first clue is that she does not wash her hands or use the toilet.

The second clue: she goes there when the table is not cleaned, and exits there after the dishes have already been washed.

An exception in the issue of washing.

The only situation where your child washed his face and hands on his own initiative comes after he just finished off the layered chocolate cake you baked for guests and wants to hide the “clues”.

Addition.

“Evidence” will be abundantly present on the towel hanging in the bathroom.

Heresy in the matter of washing hands.

No matter how many times you tell your child to wash his hands before dinner, you will have to repeat it again and until he tells you that you did not wash your hands … again.

An error called “chur, I’m first”

1. Everyone wants to grab the first piece of cake.

2. Everyone wants to squeeze the first tin can of soda with syrup.

3. Everyone wants to get into the bathroom first … but the trouble is: there is only one bathroom in the house.

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