The great battle of the sexes regarding the proper orientation of the toilet seat has confounded man- (and woman-) kind
since Thomas Crapper invented the confounded device. You'll be delighted to know that I've finally come up with a solution.
Listen carefully and take notes. As you well know, the man is expected to lift the seat prior to taking
care of his particular business. One action. Therefore, on completion, the sensible thing for the man
to do is to lower both the seat and the lid. Consequently, the woman is required to lift the lid
prior to taking care of her particular business. One equal and opposite action. Peace, harmony (and
symmetry) are preserved.
The dated links above are to previous week's posts. Take a look if you haven't been following along.
And just for the record, all words and pictures, except as noted, are mine and mine alone. I take full responsibility
for them (unless, of course, legal action is threatened).
Willie, here, is both the mascot and the arbiter of good taste for this site... So, as you might
expect, people will be offended. My apologies.
"There's nary an animal alive that can outrun a greased Scotsman!"