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Disclaimer: This is not my bathroom. If it was, I’d be blogging from there. #bathroomblogging
I truly believe there’s a general shift in attitudes when it comes to girls and “toilet talk”, and it goes something like this:
Ages 6-12: The Funny Phase. This is when it’s okay to laugh at your older brother’s crude jokes, talk about semi-gross things with your friends, and giggle unabashedly at potty humour in g-rated comedies. Poops and toots followed by LOLs. Because it’s funny.
Ages 13-19: The “It Wasn’t Me” Phase. Also known as the phase you wouldn’t be caught dead discussing tummy troubles or owning up to them, even in a comical way. I mean, come on, the teenage years are awkward enough without putting a spotlight on bathroom behaviour – especially topics like constipation, yikes!
Ages 20-29: The “I Don’t Even Use the Bathroom” Phase. You’ve likely moved in with a certain someone or spend increased amounts of time “coupling”. And if you have your way, he’ll never, ever, ever consider the fact that you even use the bathroom. Shh!! Don’t talk about it. Wait until he’s left for work or falls asleep. Be stealth and he’ll never catch on. Move back home for a few days in times of tummy trouble. (<< I actually did that. I swear.) …