Flushing

How often do you replace your toilet brush?

  • Hourly
  • Daily
  • Weekly
  • Monthly
  • Annually
  • Less Frequently
  • You replace your toilet brush?
  • What’s a toilet brush?

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Tesco normal 24 pack and then I don’t have to think about buying it or running out for a month or two

Just in an antiques shop that has this portal out the back…

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WFH now chief, so don’t need to worry.

this was what i was looking to ask

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Just thought of a great prank idea you can play on your friends and family (in a post-COVID world of course, something to look forward to)

  1. Sneak into their house without them knowing
  2. Turn off the stopcock for their cistern refill
  3. Flush their toilet
  4. If you have successfully completed step 2, the cistern will not refill
  5. Own about 11 litres of milk (semi-skimmed is ideal but it doesn’t matter)
  6. Pour 11 litres of milk into the toilet cistern
  7. Turn the stopcock back on once the cistern is full
  8. Hide in the bathroom until the friend or family member needs to do a poo or wee
  9. When they have finished, they’ll flush the toilet and it will be milk instead of water
  10. When they flush the toilet again to see if they were going crazy it will be water again
  11. Repeat steps 2-8 again but this time, whilst hidden, whisper “milky milky” whist the friend/family member is pooing or weeing
  12. Your friend or family member will now believe that they are mad, now is the point to reveal yourself and enjoy a great laugh
  • Great prank
  • Terrific prank
  • Inventive prank
  • Audacious prank
  • Underwhelming prank
  • Dangerous prank
  • Heavenly prank
  • Devilish prank
  • Other (Please Specify)

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Have you ever used a toilet brush for something which was not its intended use?

  • No
  • Yes (please elaborate)

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Our current house has a very very narrow u-bend and I’d say it’s probably only a 40% success rate for things flushing first time. Good for when guests come over and have a dump and then get mortified and panic thinking their giant shame movement has broken our house

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would also like some recommendations for a new model

not sure if there have been any major developments technology-wise in the toilet brush sector i need to be aware of

I really don’t want to know @anon29812515 answer to this

Big fan of this

I got a bendy silicone Joseph Joseph one. If anything, it’s worse than the traditional kind.

Thank you very much

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i think you have GREATLY overestimated the capacity of the average cistern

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but he already bought the milk

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I haven’t actually

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Toilet brushes are one of the most foul things on the planet, IMO.
Bristles covered in shite, just sitting there.
Just use bleach and when you do a big bathroom clean pop some marigolds on and have a scrub.
Toilet brushes, indeed. Oooohhh but it’s Kermit who’s the weirdo cause she flushes the odd cake or bolognese. Grow up

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Actually hate toilet brushes though, you can fix everything with bleach and time.

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There must be a great mumsnet thread on how often you should replace your toilet brush.

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average cistern

  • about 11 litres
  • much less
  • much more
  • don’t give even the slightest fuck

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