Sometimes you need a template that matches the mood (mood = dark, not constipated; also, NO, the mere reference to a toilet in the header does not mean you're invited to make toilet jokes. I've heard them all, anyway. I've even made a few.)
Speaking of headers, many thanks to this girl, whose habit of arming herself with permanent markers and skulking around communal bathrooms occasionally produces interesting results. ;) Welcome to National League of the Underperforming, Jodhpur - even our showers are educational. As the man has rightly said, Revolutions begin in the Bathroom*.
We are toying with the idea of doing a whole series of these.
If you were religiously inclined, for example, you would no doubt appreciate this little effort in that direction (I cater to the masses; after all, it has been so correctly said, pee is the great equalizer*) :
And now I sit me down to wee
Dear God, I hope the seat is clean
I hope the pot, of proof, is free
Of someone, earlier, having been.
one stream of water
showerhead blocked (surprise?)
bath will still happen.
O soap that vanished,
i left you on the wash-stand!
soap thief!! i smite thee.
More as and when inspiration/insomnia strikes, or public enthusiasm/support is shown.
Oh and before I forget - Revelsign, this post is dedicated to you.
Please don't kill me. I couldn't resist. :D
*Or Charles Dickens did, only may have used the words 'Charity' and 'Home' instead. Quiet down, nitpickers, I aim to capture the spirit of quotes; accuracy is SO 1997.
*Susanna Moodie in Life in the Clearings versus the Bush, 1853 (though wrongly attributed to Thomas Carlyle) and she was talking about death, but it's a fairly flexible phrase, no? Oh shut up.