You know how sometimes someone will post the words to a song and then as you read the words, the tune gets stuck in your head? Yeah, well now it’s my turn.
Do you remember that old song about Daisy?
Daisy, Daisy, give me your answer true.
I’m half crazy, all for the love of you.
We won’t have a stylish marriage,
I can’t afford a carriage,
But you’ll look sweet,
upon the seat,
Of a toilet built for two…….
Toilet? Did he just say “toilet”?
Yeah. A toilet built for two.
You see, I am a handyman of sorts (I like to build things and do home improvement projects) and I get stuff in the mail about new products or techniques or tools. This latest one had a new product called the TwoDaLoo.
It’s sort of a love seat that you can do your business in.
The article I read says that Lowes is going to introduce the TwoDaLoo in its stores real soon. They actually think this thing will sell.
It’s a dual toilet where you would face each other and be able to take a dump together.
They say it has a 7 inch high “privacy wall” built into it.
As you can see, that isn’t a privacy wall, that is more of a splash guard. No guarantee that you won’t get any on you, but at least you may not get any on someone else! That, and all you need to do is look straight down and you get the whole picture. More than you probably wanted to ever see about your loved one.
(or whoever else you choose to share this "experience" with)
Now, I do understand that the Bible says that when you get married that the two shall become as one, but I’m not so sure that includes being as one while doing number two.
The article did say that they did some research to find out that a good percentage of married people have no problem doing their business while their spouse is nearby. Although my wife and I like to do a lot of things together, tandem dumping has never been considered as one of those things.
Just to make sure, I showed this picture to my wife and asked her what she thought.
“Not in this house!”
I suppose some things are just meant to be private.
(I suddenly have the urge to go light a match)