Toilet paper – disastrous FAIL

tp fail

God, I hate fishing toilet paper out of the toilet bowl.

It just had to happen. I reach for the TP, fumbled and the entire roll fell into the toilet bowl. I didn’t want to fish it out since I just peed in there so I thought I’d try and flush it down.

It’s very innovative, ground-breaking stuff. Sounded like a great idea at the time.

Guess whether it works before watching the video.

The condo I’m living in has great water pressure…

…but apparently not good enough.

Oh well, at least the flushing process sanitized the wet toilet roll somewhat.

It’s not as bad as the previous time it happened – I was sitting on the porcelain throne doing some serious bowel movements and dropped the nearly empty roll INTO my merchandise. It should be noted that the consistency of the excrement was akin to (brown) porridge and I haven’t finished wiping yet.

I wished I had filmed that one, but I couldn’t very well go and get my digicam with The #2 Special dripping from my ass (it was diarrhea okay). I offered my prayers to the Porcelain God and flushed…

…and it went down, toilet roll and everything. I would not have wanted to retrieve that, not with the combination of Maggi mee goreng, nasi kandar, several eggs and instant noodles fermented for 1 1/2 days in my stomach cavity accompanying the TP roll.

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21 thoughts on “Toilet paper – disastrous FAIL”

  1. Could’ve used tongs! Or gloves!
    But I suppose if you did that, you would’ve killed the fun in watching you fish the roll out of the habitat of those wonderful germs.

  2. That’s pretty shallow. Half the TP wasn’t submerged before you flushed the bowl. End up having to dip your fingers into the water, how smart. πŸ™‚ Anyway, common sense would tell you forcing something like that TP roll of yours down the bowl will only force your crap to surface and flood your bedroom. Better luck next time at that, eh? πŸ™‚

  3. What you could’ve done better was to lift the toilet seat up First before fishing the gili TP roll out what~~~~
    At least no drippings from the roll on it – one less contimation apart from the one your fingers suffered :p

  4. Well when I was in Taiwan found out can’t flush toilet papers must put in trash can which I found very unhealthly habbit. Unlike in states which in toilets.

  5. gross, HB. Tsk. Hey, sorry I haven’t contacted you yet. Am currently in Singapore. Will get in touch with you as soon as I can when I’m back on malaysian ground. πŸ˜‰

  6. gross, HB. Tsk. Hey, sorry I haven’t contacted you yet. Am currently in Singapore. Will get in touch with you as soon as I can when I’m back on malaysian ground. πŸ˜‰

  7. JunJun-Riko: It is not advicable to keep your shampoo bottle anywhere near the toilet bowl. πŸ™‚
    required: I think she means she puts it above the cistern. I put mine above the cistern too. Very nifty place to put stuff like body shampoo etc. All within easy reach. πŸ˜‰
    ahlost: The previous time it happened was worse. πŸ™‚
    Yatz: Haha! Yeah, it is.
    arth: Hey arth! I was in Miri earlier this year, but it was a…bad trip. Pun intended. πŸ˜‰
    Tan Yee Hou: Haha! Yeah dude.
    essentric: That is a very, very good question…to which I have no good answer.
    cheahwey: I have neither in my condo. I do have a pair of chopsticks though but I figured it would be a waste to use it to fish the roll out since I think we only have a pair. Sad, really.
    JW: Those kind of posts get me the cold shoulder treatment. πŸ˜‰
    vincent: The ones last time were more geli. πŸ™‚
    Simon Seow: I know! That’s EXACTLY what happened to my apartment in Kuching. Seriously.
    gonz: Yeah, but it’ll still drip. The water level is shallow, but it went in at an angle and I would have prefered if it had flushed down so there’s no hassles. I’m a bit of a risk taker. πŸ˜‰
    eiling: Indeed! Here at, we ALWAYS aim to please. πŸ˜‰
    Cheryl: Well, I took a shower after that and used the shower head to wash the seat, so it’s clean. πŸ™‚
    Vickie: OMG! Seriously? Why can’t you flush toilet paper?
    xin: How? Share. πŸ™‚
    Kim: Great! It’ll be good to have you in KL. πŸ™‚
    suituapui: The traditional way, with water from the shower head. We really do have good water pressure in the condo. Heh!


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