If this comes as a shock to you, you are either new here, or you don't pay much attention.
When I leave for vacation, I like to leave my house spotless. Well, as spotless as possible for a girl who stores both her mountain bike and kayak in the living room, near where the cat likes to poo on the carpet. So, let me restate: other than the river funk, trail dirt and cat poo, I like for my house to be clean.
So, I'm cleaning and packing, and wasting time, and cleaning and packing, and blogging. Then, for extra fun, I decided that I would give the toilets a once over, so that the bathroom would smell good when I came home (unlike my living room. Wonder if I can get the couch and the tv into the powder room?)
The powder room is in good shape, because it gets the bowl treatment on a regular basis, so I can pretend to visitors that I am an actual grown-up. So, I wander up to the master bathroom, with my fancy Target Method citrus smelling toilet bowl cleaner and get to work.
Only, something is different.
The toilet is, like, way gross.
I look at it, horrified. What the hell has happened? Why is the rim of my toilet so disgusting? And covered with weird yellow spots? I seriously ponder this for about 30 seconds; which is a long time to think about your toilet (go ahead, try to visualize your toilet for 30 seconds and see what happens).
Then I remember.
I have a boy now.
And, that boy occasionally sleeps with me at my house (lucky bastard). And on those occasions, he uses my toilet. I mean, I don't want to completely place blame on him for the disgusting state of my toilet, but if it walks like a duck, and talks like a duck, its probably peeing on your toilet.
Why, you ask, did I feel the need to share this little tidbit of information? Mostly because I'm procrastinating from actually having to touch the toilet, which I haven't worked up the courage to do yet. But also because, its reason #347 that having a boyfriend complicates your life. Who wants to have to spend more time cleaning toilets? Jeez...