My husband has a very lucrative nose that runs faster than he ever could. He insists on leaving the used kleenexes on the floor, counters, dining room table, etc. Ugh! Nothing like grabbing a web snotty tissue! I've come to the conclusion that he is proud of anything that comes out of his body and can't bear the thought of throwing it out. At least he flushes the toilet.
LOL! My husband does this too!! And I don't have to "catch" him at it, the whole neighborhood can hear. The window above the shower is always open and when I used to smoke out by the street I could HEAR him doing this so I would imagine our next door neighbors hear it just fine.
My husband claims he likes to "conserve water" so typically only flushes number twos. The problem is......... the cats sometimes drink out of the toilet (I stop them when they do this of course but....)
Omg, mami...one time my ex did the exact same thing to me in the shower! I couldn't believe it--I was so p!ssed and he thought it was funny. I was like, "WTH, are you a freakin' dog marking your territory?!" Thank God I could wash off immediately.
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