<strong>husbandofill said...</strong><BR>Oh come on Peety, no one wants this disease, but if you have it why not make it fun. Honestly, not having the illness, I think I would have to enjoy this a bit too much. That is just the way I am. I'm making lemonade all the time. <BR><BR>I understand the role the women in this world are supposed to present. I think it is a load of B.S. If a beautiful woman ate something her stomach did not agree with, why isn't she allowed to destroy a restroom? <BR><BR>My wife is beautiful, slender, and sexy. She does things to toilets that outweigh anything I ever thought a human could. It doesn't change anything about<strong></strong> her otherwise. She is still beautiful, smart, funny, sexy, and all those things when she gets out of the restroom as she was when she went in.<BR><BR>Face it pooping noises are funny. We all laughed at them at some point in our lives. I as well as my wife have some more respect for these situations now than we did a few years ago, however we try to keep our sense of humor high. It helps us both.
I stand by my view. If your wife was in excrutiating pain when she was making those noises, there would be nothing funny about it. IBD, UC flares also come with pain, they left that part out of that stupid stupid movie.
I apologize. I understand the pains of passing a bowel movement. My stomach is just as sensitive as some here, as well as having went through e-coli poisoning a few years back.
I was simply trying to spin a new look on the ultimate decision that having UC and using a toilet correlate to embarrassment.
As a guy, I feel that our bathrooms are a lot more to the point. It is understood that we are there to pee or poo. Thats it.
On the contrary, a womens bathroom is a place of sanctuary. You can relax there, couches in some, do make up, fix hair, and other things I know nothing of. So wheres the area to pee and poo?
Just a topic raiser please don't kill me.