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to think I should be able to view a property without my DH . . . .

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TheYearOfTheCat Mon 13-Oct-08 20:54:39

doing a dump in the poor woman's toilet!!!!


kt14 Mon 13-Oct-08 20:59:12

YANBU!! Oh my God. But PMSL!!
Hope he didn't spend half an hour in there with the paper/heat magazine like my DH...

lal123 Mon 13-Oct-08 21:00:01

could have been worse. What did you expect him to do?

traceybath Mon 13-Oct-08 21:01:20

oh my lord - i'd have been furious if that was my DH or worse my house you were viewing.

He's a grown up - presumably he could wait the 10 mins you were viewing the house.

anyfucker Mon 13-Oct-08 21:02:57

that is bloody awful

I'm sorry, but if somebody did that when they were looking around my house I would be pissed off

could he not have waited ? Has he a problem?

your dc caught short, yes

your dh, no

WigWamBam Mon 13-Oct-08 21:03:15

"What did you expect him to do?"

I'd have expected him to (a) have gone before he left the house or (b) waited until he got home. Just as I would any reasonably well toilet trained child, really.

Was he trying to prove something?

anyfucker Mon 13-Oct-08 21:03:59

< stomps off, wondering what passes for humour these days... >

MorrisZapp Mon 13-Oct-08 21:04:36

YANBU, that is horrible!!

Unless he has pressing medical needs then you should give him a good kicking for that one.


anyfucker Mon 13-Oct-08 21:04:55

oh dear, this ones gonna run and run.......

traceybath Mon 13-Oct-08 21:05:36

And to think i felt bad for letting my 3 year old go for a wee in one house we viewed.

anyfucker Mon 13-Oct-08 21:06:42

I feel ridiculously angry now grin

< need to get a life emoticon >

FAQ Mon 13-Oct-08 21:07:18

was it a floater/one that wouldn't flush away?

Did he leave "streaks" down the inside of the bowl?

I presume he flushed......sorry I don't really see a major issue with it..........

BananaSkin Mon 13-Oct-08 21:08:07

Marking his territory? wink

nooka Mon 13-Oct-08 21:10:20

Sorry, but why is this such a big deal? I presume he asked first (not can I do a poo per sey, but can I use the loo). I once viewed houses solidly for a whole day (think I saw about 10 houses), and yes I did ask to use the loo a couple of times. It's what they are there for isn't it?

PeaMcLean Mon 13-Oct-08 21:10:35


You can't do that. What if it smelled?

The house owner has spent the day wondering if the house has an odour, has had all the windows open knowing she's got a viewing coming up, fabrezed the furniture and changed the bins.

Then the viewer does a dump in her loo.

She WILL have noticed.

I'm cringing on your behalf grin

TheRealMrsJohnSimm Mon 13-Oct-08 21:11:13

YANBU. I would be horrified if my DH did this. I do see FAQ's perspective on this but I guess its an issue of social niceties isn't it? He could have waited and let's face it, I don't want to deal with the aftermath of my DH's toilet visits, let alone inflict it upon a total stranger

TheYearOfTheCat Mon 13-Oct-08 21:11:49

We had viewed the house, and were talking with the estate agent in the garden. The woman who owns the house was (thank goodness) sitting outside in the garden [we had an unseasonably sunny day].

My DD piped up that she needed a wee wee, and asked did they mind if she used the toilet - my DH quickly volunteered to take her hmm.

They were away for ages, and there is only so much small talk you can make.

Eventually they came back, and as we drove away my husband 'fessed up.

I don't know who I feel more sorry for. The woman who was selling the house, my DD who was present [trauma, scorched lungs] or me, who will have absolutely no prospect of buying the house now.

FAQ Mon 13-Oct-08 21:11:56

nooka - you have the same train of thought as me - last time I checked toilets were for.......ermm shitting and pissing in grin

anyfucker Mon 13-Oct-08 21:12:18

I think its just bloody appalling manners

I would have been mortified

kt14 Mon 13-Oct-08 21:14:12

Blimey, I don't think it's serious enough to get worked up over, yes I would have been shocked, cross and highly embarrassed if DH had done it, he'd have got a severe bollocking on the way home and then matter dropped.
And I'd hope we never bumped into the vendors anywhere ever again...

BananaSkin Mon 13-Oct-08 21:14:24

Your poor daughter will get the blame of course - they will think she has some terrible disorder.

MorrisZapp Mon 13-Oct-08 21:14:31

FAQ there would have been an unmistakeable odour.

You just don't, do you.

Actually, it reminds me of a friend of mine. She was taking a shower when her BF of 6 months popped into the bathroom and said 'do you mind if I just quickly use the loo' and she was like 'sure babe' and continued lathering her hair.

Next thing she knew her nostrils were filled with the scent of man dump, and then she heard a long flush. The BF then said 'It's great that we feel comfortable enough to use the bathroom together babe'.

She chucked him the following week with my full blessing

FAQ Mon 13-Oct-08 21:14:43

I would have thought it bad manners if he'd pissed in the garden, or up against the garage door.......but using a toilet for the purpose it was designed and fitted for?????

<<<<<<<<<wanders out confused and starts doing housework to get her house ready for the viewers that are coming on Saturday..........hope they don't need a sh*t while they're hear as haven't got the bathroom door fixed yet so risk of DS's running in on them is high grin>>>>>>>>>

anyfucker Mon 13-Oct-08 21:16:06

your own toilets are not for complete strangers to shit and piss in

that is what public conveniences are for

although, I accept they are pretty few and far between and invariably fucking awful

he could have nipped into a pub or cafe, surely, if he was absolutely desperate

better still, exercised some bowel control

TheYearOfTheCat Mon 13-Oct-08 21:16:29

If you had ever had the misfortune to follow my DH into the toilet (not that I can imagine why that would be the case) you would understand.

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