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    I recently got a new toilet with a very shallow U-BEND, and now none of my 'Number 2s' slide down the U-BEND. I have to keep reaching in with my hands and breaking it up, but that is disgusting.

    Is there any type of food or drink I should be eating/not eating to make things better?
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    Surely your poo can't that be big that it won't even flush down the toilet? I don't think your poo is a problem...
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    Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha hahahahaha :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
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    (Original post by Isambard Kingdom Brunel)
    I recently got a new toilet with a very shallow U-BEND, and now none of my 'Number 2s' slide down the U-BEND. I have to keep reaching in with my hands and breaking it up, but that is disgusting.

    Is there any type of food or drink I should be eating/not eating to make things better?
    Try bananas.

    Alternatively, you could sue the company that made your toilet
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    I've lost count of the number of times I've blocked my mother-in-law's toilet. I dread going when I'm there as I know it'll happen again. :afraid:

    Recently moved house - I didn't once block the toilet at my old place in 4 years; this one, at least once a week.....in a good week. :sigh:
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    Eat less
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    (Original post by Sabertooth)
    I've lost count of the number of times I've blocked my mother-in-law's toilet. I dread going when I'm there as I know it'll happen again. :afraid:

    Recently moved house - I didn't once block the toilet at my old place in 4 years; this one, at least once a week.....in a good week. :sigh:
    I've done this to my grandmother's toilet haha.
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    Great banter. 10/10
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    Eat branflakes... lots of branflakes. With raisins.


    (Original post by Isambard Kingdom Brunel)
    I have to keep reaching in with my hands and breaking it up,

    Also, you might want to buy a toilet brush.
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    (Original post by jessyjellytot14)
    Eat branflakes... lots of branflakes. With raisins.





    Also, you might want to buy a toilet brush.
    Bran flakes are full of fibre, and fibre actually increases the size of the poo.

    And toilet brushes are fine, but do you think I am going to clean the brush each time?
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    (Original post by Isambard Kingdom Brunel)
    I recently got a new toilet with a very shallow U-BEND, and now none of my 'Number 2s' slide down the U-BEND. I have to keep reaching in with my hands and breaking it up, but that is disgusting.

    Is there any type of food or drink I should be eating/not eating to make things better?
    (Original post by Isambard Kingdom Brunel)
    I recently got a new toilet with a very shallow U-BEND, and now none of my 'Number 2s' slide down the U-BEND. I have to keep reaching in with my hands and breaking it up, but that is disgusting.

    Is there any type of food or drink I should be eating/not eating to make things better?
    "POO" -> "poo"

    TSR is as weird as ever :lol:
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    interesting
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    (Original post by Isambard Kingdom Brunel)
    Bran flakes are full of fibre, and fibre actually increases the size of the poo.

    And toilet brushes are fine, but do you think I am going to clean the brush each time?
    Use a different twig or branch each time :rofl:
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    Read this as a Trump like boast.

    'I have great shits, I **** bigly, I block many, many toilets'
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    (Original post by UWS)
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    Surely your poo can't that be big that it won't even flush down the toilet? I don't think your poo is a problem...
    Yeah, it happened to me once. It was like a monster.
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    Eat loads of fatty foods, the poo will literally pour out of you.

    Not good for your health, but at least you won't be handling faeces. Pros and cons eh?
 
 
 
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