Friday, January 25, 2008

Low-flow Toilets

Here's a little something to start your off your weekend.

I wonder if the genius who invented low-flow toilets considered the possibility that there would be extra flushes needed to actually clear the toilet bowl? We use on average probably 1.3 flushes per potty trip (I won't disgust you with the specifics of that math).

Anyone else experience this travesty of modern techology?

7 comments:

threegirldad said...

It's a constant problem. Here is a perfect example of government regulation resulting in the opposite effect of what was intended.

BugBlaster said...

I'll ask my thirteen year old son what he thinks about it. This kind of puzzle is right up his alley.

Gummby said...

That sounds like a plan, Bug.

Don't keep me in suspense too long.

Anonymous said...

Only 1.3 with that many children. I am totally impressed. There just the two of us adults and we do much more than that. I hate them!! cpg

Even So... said...

Tiny napkins are in the same category with me...

Al said...

Gummby,

There is a whole "King of the Hill" episode devoted to this topic. Let me just say... funny - berry, berry funny.

al sends

BugBlaster said...

Well he wasn't very cogent, but his opinion is that this is a bad idea.