I might try that I hope I can hear some birds chirping
There is nothing like reading a fresh of the press hockey journal with eichel on the cover while dropping a deuce at your favorite hockey rink
John that was a great debate now in your expert opinion what would be worse a blowout of a tire or a blowout in your pants on your way to a Big hockey game for your son/daughter ???
Certainly a blown out tire would be worse, that would mean my little bender might be late. Blow out in my pants? No big deal, happens more than one would think. Shut the heat off, open the window and drop little Johnny off at your the door, he won't even know, which is ideal since how the heck can I yell at him the way whole way home about playing crappy when I crapped myself on the way up?
I've crushed this spot on several occasions. A real gem to be sure.
Ohh wow funny that you would mention that well I'd say i would call it a bittersweet dump the bitter part was my little bender got a hat trick while I was giving birth to a monstrosity of a turd the sweet part was it was a double flush even tho it was a comfortable Toto with tons of power hats of to the rink manager on that one it was very clean plenty of toilet paper and not a soul came in there. Although I did hear the roar of the crowd when he scored but not knowing it was for the trick.
Sh!tty thread, even by D Board standards.
Now that we have covered restrooms can we move onto the best rink food?
I've seen what you did there you put the word $hit on your post clever...
Hey Goon, just last week I experienced my first CGA in a long time, like over a decade.
For those not up to date on crapper terminology CGA stands for Clean Get Away, for this rare, special times you wipe and there's nothing there because it came out clean. Again, very rare especially the older you get..The key is good diet and real good butthole maintenance...Like my friend Douglass Tannenbaum use always tell us, take care of your butthole and your butthole will take care of you..Douglass lives in San Francisco with his life partner Gary and their puggle Mr. Biggelsworth but none the less it was sound advice he gave me when we shared a sleeping bag at camp when we were 11.
The secret EHF Elite only bathrooms have Live Barn screens in the stalls. It's great. Don't forget to tip the valets.