Scintillating fiction, poetry, and commentary...snort it up your snout!
Hee hee, I love it. ma and pa? a bit too much togetherness?:) Love the "location location location"!!!!!
dude...no way am i using a 2 seater...or holding hands...smells twice as bad...
lol Excellent, once I was at the Expo in Montr eal and the line for the women was so long and there was no one at the men's, and we couldn't wait so i went my cousin (girl cousin) held the door closed for me, then it was her turn, and I stood by the door, and a man came in. He looked at me, went back out, looked at the sin, came back in, shrugged ...went to the urinal next to me and peed (hurrry up i was whispering to my cusing) I was young
Hilarious! One reason I am very careful about fruit, veg and water in other countries. I tend to drink a lot of wine instead... so much safer!
amazing humor,Glad to see you write new poetry forms.Happy Potluck!
LOL... I remember the cute little outhouses.
Very interesting... ॐ नमः शिवायOm Namah Shivayahttp://shadowdancingwithmind.blogspot.com/2011/07/whispers-memories-to-live-by.html
Ha! Yes, indeed, I'm a world class holder inner.Don't see outhouses too often anymore. Ah, the days...Good number one and two, Timoteo.
Funny and well written. I remember the outhouses too. LOL
Thanks for the smiles to accompany my morning coffee :)
That's funny! Love it, and unfortunately, can see ol' ma & pa holdin hands!
SHERRY, JINGLE, GIGI ANN, SHASHI, JEANIEMCBAIN, PHOTO DICTION, MARBLES:Glad you enjoyed my potty humor!BRIAN,Are you saying that TOGETHERNESS can be carried to far?LORRAINE,Did you sneak a peek?KIM,You're right--wine is the only way to go when you are in another country...you may not remember much of your vacation, but at least it will prevent some OTHER type problems!THINGY,Number "one" and number "two" are what this is all about!
thats 3 of us from Tucson in our community. awesome.nicw post! :)Luna
last one is most funny.cleverpants...
EVELYN,Cleverpants? I've never been called THAT before--but I LIKE it!LUNAWITCH,Who is the third one?
I was 14 and mortified, now..that would be a different story or should I say peak
ugg outhouse such germs, I'll take the bushes any day. Even if I have to do number two and can't hold it anymore, I'll never take the outhouse tour. Bushes yes, outhouse no, that's just how I go..haha
trip #2 tot he outhouse...smiles....you know i lived outdoors for a year once and we had to build our own out house...yep...
LORRAINE,I once went into the men's room and a woman was coming out of there...she told me I was going in the wrong door! The moral is: NEVER BE TOTALLY CONVINCED THAT YOU ARE RIGHT ABOUT ANYTHING!PAT,As one who has been there, I dedicate the following poem to you:In the dead of winterWhen your ass is numbingYou'd give anythingFor some indoor plumbing
Love it, Tim! Good to have some humor served up in the pub.
What fun read... happy tuesday ~
Good one, Tim-- if you read my post at Loquaciously Yours, you will see that I did not go gently into the good night; join me on Friday's at my Blogger blog. xxxj
Welcome to the pub, my friend--I'm not sure if Brian has the indoor plumbing hooked up yet, so your poem comes in quite handy. I cracked up, as usual, at the innuendo in the first, but I have a naturally twisted mind. The hand holding--I pass on that dude.
Lol Gosh, I must be old, I can just about remember the old outhouses. Hole in the seat and no flush! Sheesh!
BRIAN,Building an outhouse ain't as bad as tearing one down!VICTORIA, HEAVEN, DAYDREAMERTOO:When people speak of the good ol' days, I don't think the outhouse is what they have in mind!JEN, I will join you then!JOY,Gee, so far no one is in favor of the hand holding!
Oh, this is hard for me. Not sure I want any of those visuals, lol...Some things are better not imagined :) You are a funny one!
LORI,The visual wouldn't be as bad as one of the other five senses that would come into play here!
Love that last stanza...what a great opening for d'verse poets pub grand....a two seater...we had one too...and you gotten love those catalogs...bkm
this is peachy, just peachy (lol)
lol I am smiling like an idiot right now, awesome entry
holding hands...now that's love. Actually we (wife and I) have some of the best conversations while one of us is sitting on the can and the other on the edge of the tub. TMI....did I say that out loud?
They're all clever. The second one is both funny and disturbing. :-)
Clever and satirical - perfect senryu. Maybe we should cover this in form..as an accompaniment to the ubiquitous haiku. Enjoyed these. Thanks for coming and linking. Gay
BKM,The old Sears catalog...wonder if the publishers ever envisioned what its most popular use would eventually be!SHEILA,You don't want to get me started on them peaches again...LOLMINDLOVEMISERY,If I've made you smile, my job is done!(For the moment.)PARENTHETICALLYSPEAKING3d,Good luck, and hope everything comes out okay! (Actually, I've never been able to get THAT familiar with anyone...lol.)POEMBLAZE,Disturbing, I'll say! (Is that why I'm disturbed?)BEACHANNY,Thanks for all you are doing!
This is so cute and so funny. The image of the two seater outhouse has cracked me up. That is priceless. Your humour is always a delight!
SELMA,Thanks so much...the two-seater was the deluxe model...sort of a status symbol for us down on the farm!
loved your crazy loo story lol xxjen
Somehow, I get the feeling there are more from where these came from. And when I read that sentence back to myself, I just cringed a little bit. Cute stuff, Tim.