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Stacy

Well, I, for one, cannot WAIT to see the new throne. Lasagna, wine, preschoolers running around, and a potty. What more could we possibly need?

Lisa

Agreeable husbands to "babysit" what we call parenting and some great wine while we talk up a storm like long losters?

Sain't Christopher

Yeah, I'm a three year old- it cracked me up that you are "bummed" about losing your family crapper and that you hate "pissing" money away on a toilet.

Potty humor: always funny.

Darr

What, toilets aren't glamorous? Our upstairs bathroom has the original toilet from when the house was built in 1928, it's pink with a black seat, and no lid. Very deco. It cracks me up, but it would probably flush a bar of soap if you tried. I do hate that there's no lid, though. I despise a lid being left up on a toilet, so we have to find one that will fit. Yes, my life is just as glamorous as yours!

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