Who doesn’t keep some sort of scrub brush in their bathroom?  Mother Hen, that’s who.  You know the brush that people use to clean the toilet bowl?  You probably have one sitting in the corner behind the commode, where it belongs.  And when your guests come over, you may not know it, but I bet they use that brush to remove any evidence of their activities in there.  You know what I’m talking about.  Yes.  That.  The skid.

Have you ever left a skid so monstrous that you were afraid anyone who saw it would think you were deathly ill?  Not so much a skid MARK, but a skid MURAL?  A double or even a triple flusher?  Well, if you haven’t, we probably shouldn’t be friends.  Because I have.  In fact, I just did.

There isn’t much that is more embarrassing than knowing that the next person who enters the bathroom will witness the destruction and know it was your doing.  Add to that the fact that the only other people who use that bathroom are the Cock and the Rooster, and well…so much for ladylike behavior.

Okay, this isn’t going anywhere, but I do have to make a terrible confession.  Once, I actually used my own bare hands and a baby wipe to remove the mark of the beast.  I was so disgusted with myself that I haven’t stopped washing my hands since then.  Well, I stopped long enough to type this.  But when this is published, I’m going straight back to the sink with a bucket of bleach and hot water, because just thinking about it is giving me the heebie-jeebies again.  I’d share a picture with you, but…ew.

Instead, enjoy this picture of the bathroom scrub brush that I never ever ever want to own.  I’m not sure if the creepy thing is smiling because it is happy to help out, or if it is laughing at me for making such a large deposit in the porcelain bank.  Either way, I’m probably going to have nightmares tonight.

VERY Scary Toilet Brush

"HAHAHA! I know what you did this morning, you disgusting duckling you. Now I'll haunt you forever."

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