Do you know there are actually people who fear toilets? How the hell do you deal with that? I couldn’t even find a name for it. I did find a forum and read a few people’s comments about their irrational fears of being sucked into a toilet, toilet germs (I might have that fear a little), and various other toilet problems.
The National Phobics Society estimates at least four million Brits are affected – but the true number could be many more. What do you think “Wonderful Di”? Do you have friends afflicted with this fear in your beautiful England?
Ancient Hindu science texts say that toilets have
accumulated static electricity with them.
“Similar problems occur when insulating liquids, such as certain fuels, are pumped along pipes, and it is essential that strict grounding procedures are followed during the refueling of aircraft, ships, and other large vehicles.”
Some persons who are excessively sensitive to that
static electricity develop fear of toilets. Such
persons can go to the country side and try
in the open fields. They will know the difference.
Here is a check for it. Such persons will also have
fear of garbage trucks. The reason is, garbage
also contains static electricity.
As I read the stuff in red I’m thinking someone’s been drinking too much toilet water.
Anyway, this is all just stuff I was thinking about at weight watcher’s this morning. My wonderful leader was talking about dancing to help lose weight. Let’s face it, I’m not going to be doing too much dancing in the near future so my mind wandered a little. And you wonder why I call my blog “Whatever I Think”.
On a different note, I lost 2.6 pounds this week. I’m back on track. Back to the dancing, we didn’t talk about pole dancing which is considered great exercise from what I hear. Now I wonder if I could do that. I’d have the pole to hang onto so I don’t fall on my ass.
I still think I’d end up on my ass!!!
OR, should I settle for this when I get my new knees? Is this more my style?
Such decisions to have to make.