As I’m a chronic toilet seat coverer, I found this article interesting.
And I’m sorry, I just can’t make myself sit on an uncovered seat. Can’t do it, captain, don’t have the power.
I admit to be a little leery of public toilet seats, but most of the time just use a few strips of toilet paper as a barrier, because those seat covers are so annoying to try to get outta the holder, then get to balance just right. Okay, that’s probably more info than you needed to know. Nathan Smith is the author. Feb 20, 21:27 is the time. <
The TP strips are also a good method I occasionally employ.
Sadly, I’ve become somewhat proficient at dealing with the covers. And of course, the remaining exposed toilet seat gets the TP treatment. ‘Cuz that’s how I roll. Nathan Logan is the author. Feb 21, 13:18 is the time. <
While I’m posting, I feel it is necessary to make mention of the fact that you are a COMPULSIVE toilet seat coverer. No exposed porcelain is acceptable. Whenever it’s going to be a “sit down” event in public I know it’s going to be a while, due to extensive preparation. Briana Logan is the author. Feb 21, 15:18 is the time. <
My sweet wife sometimes has a flair for the dramatic. Please forgive her. Nathan Logan is the author. Feb 21, 16:31 is the time. <
Flair for the dramatic? From knowing you for many years—I think Mrs. Logan is spot on (pun intended).
matt is the author. Feb 22, 11:26 is the time. <
My good friend Matt sometimes has a flair for the dramatic. Please forgive him, as well. Nathan Logan is the author. Feb 22, 12:40 is the time. <
There’s a great alternate use for them though… cowboy hats!
http://www.flickr.com/photos/bookchiq/112724132/ Sarah is the author. Mar 14, 23:16 is the time. <
Good show, Sarah. And all this time, I’ve been constrained to using them to actually cover a toilet seat! Nathan Logan is the author. Mar 15, 15:22 is the time. <