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Separate Toilet & Bathroom
Started by: cindy (5819)   Report abuse
What is Your preference on having A Separate Toilet from the Bathroom.

Posted by: jouell (4705) Report abuse
I like my privacy, so separate toilet for me...

Posted by: cindy (5819)   Report abuse
Me Too jouell

Posted by: Anne (3605)  Report abuse
Next question......upstairs or downstairs?

Posted by: berylh (1787) Report abuse
I am fortunate to have a downstairs loo as well as a bathroom upstairs so problems there.

Posted by: i-spy (14443)  Report abuse
Apparently the double loo is getting more popular. Instead of reading the paper you can chat with whoever is sitting next to you.

Posted by: Anne (3605)  Report abuse
Wasn't that how the Romans did but more than two together? Wasn't that where the phrase....." Getting hold of the wrong end of the stick" came from?

Posted by: berylh (1787) Report abuse
I-spy I recall as a child visiting my grandmother in Bamfurlong and when we played out 'in the backs' among a lot of waste ground was a very old out house that also had a double lavatory - the old ones with a slab of wood with two holes in it and a place for cinders beneath it. I never knew who it belonged to. I suspect it was from the old mines around there. But we kids were fascinated with it.

Posted by: i-spy (14443)  Report abuse
I've just gone off my breakfast beryl

 
 
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