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Sick of sitting in pee!!!!!

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Alfiesmom74 Sat 12-Jan-19 22:07:05

Has anyone got any advice on how to make DS (10) lift the bloody toilet seat up when he pees!!!! Sick to death of sitting on the loo only to feel my bottom wet! It’s driving me absolutely batty! I wouldn’t mind if he had a good aim but he couldn’t pee straight to save his life 😡

Alfiesmom74 Sat 12-Jan-19 22:07:50

Sick of DS not lifting the toilet seat!

PolPotNoodle Sat 12-Jan-19 22:08:58

Call him in each and every time you need the loo and make him clean it up, remind him then that this could have been avoided if he would just lift the seat.

TigerDroveAgain Sat 12-Jan-19 22:09:04

You could check the seat first. And give him instructions

Deadringer Sat 12-Jan-19 22:09:33

Keep the seat up?

PositivelyPERF Sat 12-Jan-19 22:09:37

Every time he leaves the toilet or you go in, make him go in and clean it. He’s old enough to sort it out.

Alfiesmom74 Sat 12-Jan-19 22:10:51

Wouldn’t mind doing that but it’s too cold 😂

whatsthepointthen Sat 12-Jan-19 22:12:26

Omg im struggling with this aswell. 2 boys 4 and 6 and they never lift the seat. Sick of it.

LadyLannister Sat 12-Jan-19 22:14:32

I could have written this thread myself. My 10 year old DS is exactly the same - doesn’t matter how many times I tell him to lift the seat, he never bloody listens.

Deadringer Sat 12-Jan-19 22:15:11

I mean leave it up after you use it.

Whatelsecouldibecalled Sat 12-Jan-19 22:15:28

Put ping pong ball in the toilet give him something to aim at. That’s what my Aunty did with 4 boys!!

Goldmandra Sat 12-Jan-19 22:17:19

I agree with making him clean it every single time. He will soon realise it is easier to lift the seat than keep having to clean it. At the moment it is your problem and he isn't bothered. Make it a problem for him and he'll soon learn.

trashcanjunkie Sat 12-Jan-19 22:17:25

I insist on them sitting. They tried to refuse to I said they’d have to clean the toilet so they chose to sit.

Somewhereovertherainbow13 Sat 12-Jan-19 22:18:27

I have 3 sons and I’ve learnt it’s easier just to keep the seat up

Alfiesmom74 Sat 12-Jan-19 22:18:47

That’s a thought. I thought about waiting till he goes to the loo for a number 2 and getting in there before him and spraying water on the seat to see how he likes it.

EdgesWedges Sat 12-Jan-19 22:19:10

I have a 3 year old and we got a plastic urinal thing from Wish and it's great he wee in that every time so no wee on seats for me!

Alfiesmom74 Sat 12-Jan-19 22:19:27

I could leave a football in there and he’d still miss lol!

Aquamarine1029 Sat 12-Jan-19 22:20:21

They need to face consequences for not being hygienic. If he refuses to listen to your directives, appropriate punishments are in order.

Isleepinahedgefund Sat 12-Jan-19 22:22:21

Make him clean it up every time. His future partners will thank you for training him.

Thesuzle Sat 12-Jan-19 22:24:33

Table tennis ball in the loo. Gets them to aim better !

WhatNow40 Sat 12-Jan-19 22:25:14

I've literally just complained about the same thing. DS7 came in to our room before bed, then used the en-suite. I said as he was walking in 'remember to lift the seat'. Did he fuck.

It's my bathroom, he has one all to himself. And it's covered in piss. I refuse to go in there and clean, DH does it. He'd love a urinal, but with those ones from Wish, who empties the bugger? And I guarantee he'd still miss.

PerfectlyPetty Sat 12-Jan-19 22:29:36

have 3 sons and I’ve learnt it’s easier just to keep the seat up

Yep - three sons and a dh - i've given up.

You have to play to the odds and i'm outnumbered 4 to 1 in terms of wanting the seat up or down.

Unihorn Sat 12-Jan-19 22:34:01

My husband sits down to see so my toilet stays wonderfully clean. I grew up with 3 brothers though sad

lotusbell Sat 12-Jan-19 22:37:16

This is me! Or rather, this is my nearly 12 year old! Make him come and clean it up every time but he still does it. Have threatened to nip in just before he goes for a poo and pere on the seat and see how he likes it!

AcrossthePond55 Sat 12-Jan-19 22:37:49

Yup, seat up (2 boys + DH). It's a losing battle. The only other choice is to have your own loo with a deadbolt on it!

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