“A child’s education should begin at least one hundred years before he is born.”
Members of the senior citizen’s community deal with the aging process every day.
Bowlophobia or fear of the toilet bowl is one of those afflictions.
In a broader sense, it is a very real concern of becoming a permanent fixture in the bathroom.
It begins innocently enough when one day you notice some difficulty standing up after a brief moment on the throne.
Inevitably, this develops into panic as the difficulty progresses to almost impossible.
You can’t stand up. You’re trapped. In the bathroom. On the throne. With your pants down. You would rather die than call for help. Such ignominy.
Meanwhile, on the home front, Mike Rowe is my new hero. Just sayin.
“That which can be asserted without evidence, can be dismissed without evidence.” – Christopher Hitchen