By lionhead14 - United Kingdom
Today, I woke up needing to wee. I was at my boyfriend's and didn't want to wake him, so I sat on the edge of the toilet and peed as quietly as possible. I realised after that I'd sat too far over and had peed on the floor. There was no loo paper. FML
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  IdontWanna69  |  8

As a guy if I want to pee quietly I just pee against the inside part of the toilet where the water doesn't reach, which is probably what this chick was trying to do, which is harder to do without a penis.


I dunno 'bout you
but I hear tell o these new house designs where the bathroom has a door connectin' to the bedroom

I can hear my husband when he's using the toilet, and he can hear me....

  MrCatman1125  |  2

When you hit the toilet water, it splashes, making a noise. When you sit ( Female) on the edge the urine hits the part without water making it silent. For males, aim for the waterless part.

  mssommer  |  4

It hits the inside of the bowl and silently trickles down.. but i really don't get how you don't realise that you're peeing on the floor!! Wouldn't it hit your feet or make some noise?

  sweet_candy_  |  17

My cousins live in the UK and that's how they say their stuff. It may sound like something a 4 year here in America says but it's completely normal to use loo and wee in the UK.

  dudeitsdanny  |  9

When I read this, I was actually thinking of the little girl from Family Guy that Stewie trains like Eliza Doolittle, haha.

But with an even thicker cockney accent that may only exist in my imagination.

  dudeitsdanny  |  9

^I agree with the restroom bit.
But some people find "toilet" to be rude. I'd ask for "el baño", but that's just asking for redneck trouble.

I've just decided that the next time I need to say "restroom" I'm gonna say "loo."

My voice class is the perfect place for this, too! Now I'm excited for Tuesday..

  geeksaresexy  |  18

What's wrong with saying 'I need to visit the ladies/mens room'? That makes far more sense than restroom. You say restroom is more polite than toilet? Well wee is more polite than piss.

Also loo is a colloquial term for toilet in England, there's is nothing childish about it. I don't get why people are making a big deal. She's a dumb idiot for peeing on the floor not for the words she has chosen to use!

  thagar  |  2

Don't stereotype I live in Texas and my dad went to Harvard and my friend has a scholarship to duke. My friend is 14, and I'm pretty sure it's safe to say that we're not all hicks cowboys or dumb asses


And referring to something as 'So lame' sounds ridiculous in the UK, so you can shove it. Besides, we say 'pee' 'piss' 'shit' like everybody else. We just say 'wee' too. It may be weird to you but most things Americans say sound retarded in the UK. Take 'fanny' for example. In the US I believe it is an Arse. In the UK it is a vagina.

  1215116a  |  14

loo paper = toilet paper in the USA since they call it a loo :)

  ElphabaLives  |  4

I'm pretty sure it's not only my home city, thank you very much. (Oh, and Liverpool is much friendlier than London, visit us! Little bit of free advertising...I have absolutely no idea why I just did that.)