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At least he got the job done........I avoided that like the plague!
Oh that's deeply pathetic. Poor kid.

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Aussie wrote:Why didn't that work, Monk?
Didn't work for me on a different thread either.
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Delete any “&” and anything to the right of the “&”

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Test.

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HBS Guy wrote:Delete any “&” and anything to the right of the “&”
That's a new one!

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Test.
:rofl :rofl :rofl
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I doubt there is a bloke who has not been there!

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Aussie wrote:I doubt there is a bloke who has not been there!

It never bothered me. I came home one day and found my then about 16 month old had earlier painted the walls, carpet, furniture, light switches, power points, blinds, curtains, toys etc with the contents of his nappy. I'd just two weeks prior finished painting his room.


Wifey dearest, who discovered it, shut the bedroom door and waited for me to come home., She felt it would be unfair for her to have to clean it all by herself. Problem was, I was gone all day. By the time i got home it was baked on. :roll
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I think he needs this:

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johnsmith wrote:
Aussie wrote:I doubt there is a bloke who has not been there!

It never bothered me. I came home one day and found my then about 16 month old had earlier painted the walls, carpet, furniture, light switches, power points, blinds, curtains, toys etc with the contents of his nappy. I'd just two weeks prior finished painting his room.


Wifey dearest, who discovered it, shut the bedroom door and waited for me to come home., She felt it would be unfair for her to have to clean it all by herself. Problem was, I was gone all day. By the time i got home it was baked on. :roll

Ahh poo painting. I remember it well. Thanks, son.

Daughter went through a 'secret poo' phase. She would hide her poos about the place. Usually the dog found them but there was this one time i reached for an onion.

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mothra wrote:

I think he needs this:

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I don't have any of my own and I think I've done a grand total of 10 nappies in my life so I'd totally need one of those.
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Tally wrote: I don't have any of my own and I think I've done a grand total of 10 nappies in my life so I'd totally need one of those.
doing your own kids is different. I had no problem doing my kids. It was never an issue. But when it's someone else's kids the stench is unbearable for some reason.
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mothra wrote:
johnsmith wrote:
Aussie wrote:I doubt there is a bloke who has not been there!

It never bothered me. I came home one day and found my then about 16 month old had earlier painted the walls, carpet, furniture, light switches, power points, blinds, curtains, toys etc with the contents of his nappy. I'd just two weeks prior finished painting his room.


Wifey dearest, who discovered it, shut the bedroom door and waited for me to come home., She felt it would be unfair for her to have to clean it all by herself. Problem was, I was gone all day. By the time i got home it was baked on. :roll

Ahh poo painting. I remember it well. Thanks, son.

Daughter went through a 'secret poo' phase. She would hide her poos about the place. Usually the dog found them but there was this one time i reached for an onion.
the things we do :grn
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Tally wrote: I don't have any of my own and I think I've done a grand total of 10 nappies in my life so I'd totally need one of those.
doing your own kids is different. I had no problem doing my kids. It was never an issue. But when it's someone else's kids the stench is unbearable for some reason.

Agreed. Although when i have changed other people's kids, i've endeavoured not to traumatise the child.

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mothra wrote:
johnsmith wrote:
Tally wrote: I don't have any of my own and I think I've done a grand total of 10 nappies in my life so I'd totally need one of those.
doing your own kids is different. I had no problem doing my kids. It was never an issue. But when it's someone else's kids the stench is unbearable for some reason.

Agreed. Although when i have changed other people's kids, i've endeavoured not to traumatise the child.
Same, I kept it together for appearances, but should see me picking up the very occasional #2 the dog leaves me in the house.
I carry on like the poor guy in the video.
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Tally wrote:
mothra wrote:
johnsmith wrote:
Tally wrote: I don't have any of my own and I think I've done a grand total of 10 nappies in my life so I'd totally need one of those.
doing your own kids is different. I had no problem doing my kids. It was never an issue. But when it's someone else's kids the stench is unbearable for some reason.

Agreed. Although when i have changed other people's kids, i've endeavoured not to traumatise the child.
Same, I kept it together for appearances, but should see me picking up the very occasional #2 the dog leaves me in the house.
I carry on like the poor guy in the video.
I'm not as bad with poo as i am with vomit. Vomit never fails to make me vomit. Even my own kids spew sets me off.

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mothra wrote:
Tally wrote:
mothra wrote:
johnsmith wrote:
Tally wrote: I don't have any of my own and I think I've done a grand total of 10 nappies in my life so I'd totally need one of those.
doing your own kids is different. I had no problem doing my kids. It was never an issue. But when it's someone else's kids the stench is unbearable for some reason.

Agreed. Although when i have changed other people's kids, i've endeavoured not to traumatise the child.
Same, I kept it together for appearances, but should see me picking up the very occasional #2 the dog leaves me in the house.
I carry on like the poor guy in the video.
I'm not as bad with poo as i am with vomit. Vomit never fails to make me vomit. Even my own kids spew sets me off.
Same, and I wonder why as I imagine there would be more dangerous pathogens in poo than vomit hence our instinctual aversion would be stronger for poo?
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Same, and I wonder why as I imagine there would be more dangerous pathogens in poo than vomit hence our instinctual aversion would be stronger for poo?
Maybe on a primal level, we associate vomit with illness? Interesting observation.

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mothra wrote:
Tally wrote:
Same, and I wonder why as I imagine there would be more dangerous pathogens in poo than vomit hence our instinctual aversion would be stronger for poo?
Maybe on a primal level, we associate vomit with illness? Interesting observation.
Yeah good point.

Hope this isn't taking tings too far, but about a year ago I was doing some home plumbing replacing the kitchen waste pipe under the house and when I cut though it, it became very obvious the reason for the blockage was the sewer had been backing up into it. I got covered in it. Here's the funny thing, it was nowhere near as bad as I thought it would be.

I just steeled myself and finished the job.
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Tally wrote:
mothra wrote:
Tally wrote:
Same, and I wonder why as I imagine there would be more dangerous pathogens in poo than vomit hence our instinctual aversion would be stronger for poo?
Maybe on a primal level, we associate vomit with illness? Interesting observation.
Yeah good point.

Hope this isn't taking tings too far, but about a year ago I was doing some home plumbing replacing the kitchen waste pipe under the house and when I cut though it, it became very obvious the reason for the blockage was the sewer had been backing up into it. I got covered in it. Here's the funny thing, it was nowhere near as bad as I thought it would be.

I just steeled myself and finished the job.
Oh ewww. Had a sort of similar situation when i was out with a broom stick with a plunger tied on the end, giving the outdoor drain a good seeing too. The contents of my lav pipe geysered all over me. I just kept plunging. There's really no point complaining at that point.

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Tally wrote:
mothra wrote:
johnsmith wrote:
Tally wrote: I don't have any of my own and I think I've done a grand total of 10 nappies in my life so I'd totally need one of those.
doing your own kids is different. I had no problem doing my kids. It was never an issue. But when it's someone else's kids the stench is unbearable for some reason.

Agreed. Although when i have changed other people's kids, i've endeavoured not to traumatise the child.
Same, I kept it together for appearances, but should see me picking up the very occasional #2 the dog leaves me in the house.
I carry on like the poor guy in the video.

that's what lawnmowers are for :hlo
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You run your lawnmower "in the house?"

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Tally wrote:
mothra wrote:
Tally wrote:
Same, and I wonder why as I imagine there would be more dangerous pathogens in poo than vomit hence our instinctual aversion would be stronger for poo?
Maybe on a primal level, we associate vomit with illness? Interesting observation.
Yeah good point.

Hope this isn't taking tings too far, but about a year ago I was doing some home plumbing replacing the kitchen waste pipe under the house and when I cut though it, it became very obvious the reason for the blockage was the sewer had been backing up into it. I got covered in it. Here's the funny thing, it was nowhere near as bad as I thought it would be.

I just steeled myself and finished the job.
Plumber I used once told me a story of how on one New Years Morning he got an emergency call out at a block of high rise apartments where the sewer was backing up. When he took the cover of an ISO (inspection point) in the basement car park to try and locate the blockage, all the shit in the pipes from the 20 floors above made their way down and out of the ISO , covering him in it.

That story alone turned me off ever becoming a plumber
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Aussie wrote:You run your lawnmower "in the house?"
my dogs (i don't currently have any) have NEVER done a number 2 in the house. Haven't you heard of toilet training?
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