This Mom’s Funny Rant Is For Everyone Who Shares A Bathroom With Boys

Ladies, if you share your home with any members of the male species, you’ve been here. It’s 3 a.m. and you hate yourself and your tiny bladder. It’s either wet the bed, or walk to the bathroom—you simply have to go. So, eventually, you drag yourself out of bed, half awake, and stumble to the bathroom. Eyes still closed, feeling your way to the toilet. Then it hits you, and suddenly you are awake—really awake. And, really angry. You’ve stepped in pee. Or worse, you’ve sat in it.

In a new video, blogger Meredith Masony speaks for all the wives, mothers and sisters who have ever stepped in pee in the middle of the night. And we say, from the bottom of our hearts, you go girl.

Inside the Bowl: A Mother’s Struggle is an important PSA for all our male friends: “This is the bowl. Urinate inside the bowl.”

The hilarious and clearly fed-up mom admits she loves her boys, but she is done stepping in urine on the bathroom floor.

“I am so over boys in the house who can’t seem to urinate inside of a toilet bowl!” she says. “My bathroom smells like a subway station.”

She ends with one final plea, pointing furiously into the toilet bowl. “Help me out please! Inside the bowl.”

[h/t Popsugar]

 

How To Unclog A Toilet If You Don’t Have A Plunger

Unfortunately, we’ve all been there: The toilet gets clogged. While this video makes the disclaimer than it doesn’t work for every clog, this plunger-free method is definitely worth a try if you cringe and shudder at the mere thought of picking up a plunger like I do.

Using some common household dish soap and a bucket of hot water, our handy friends from Build.com were able to unclog a wad of paper towels from the toilet shown.

But how? What happens is that the soap (which is heavier than the water in the toilet bowl) seeps into the clog and lubricates the trapway. The hot water helps loosen the clog and flush it away.

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Many reviews claim it’s worked by itself, some say laundry detergent works better. For stubborn clogs, one reviewer had to use the additional assistance of a plunger (bummer). Will you try this?

Watch this toddler giver her dad the cutest scolding ever about leaving the toilet seat up.