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Could people please find another way of titleing their threads on toilets etc without the use of the word 'poo' or similar ?7

 

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I think I’d rather read poo than excrement!!

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Faecal matter? Human manure? There's no easy term to use, they all bring up the same image in the mind!!

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14 minutes ago, MauriceMynah said:

Well it's always good to put names to faeces.

Tom Tit springs to mind!!

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19 minutes ago, MauriceMynah said:

Well it's always good to put names to faeces.

Classic! Nice one MM :default_beerchug:

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 I would be careful Poppy, I have the power to add an extra O to your user name :default_norty:

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I can think of a few good Norfolk terms! 

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Funny how people seem to find this an opportunity for humour - yet something of a sexual nature would cause much offence and lead to moderation!

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I believe it's called "Toilet humour" Poppy, and has been around for centuries. It's usually one of the first themes of humour for children, and is rarely of a sexual nature and I would think it an unlikely cause for moderation.   

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My Aunt had an original Thomas Crapper toilet in her house, it was considered very posh to have a Crapper.

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number 1s or is it number 2s

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As the is the technical section.

Do yo require full medical terms?

As someone who very rarely swears, I usually say solids.

paul

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we could all agree on a single code word that sounds similar.

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After just reading a very funny comment by Tonplus in the Swimming thread I propose that we agree on the term "motions"

If anyone would like to second that motion we should consider it passed

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4 minutes ago, Ray said:

After just reading a very funny comment by Tonplus in the Swimming thread I propose that we agree on the term "motions"

If anyone would like to second that motion we should consider it passed

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Funny that I did when I was thinking of Thomas 

Fred

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7 minutes ago, Ray said:

After just reading a very funny comment by Tonplus in the Swimming thread I propose that we agree on the term "motions"

If anyone would like to second that motion we should consider it passed

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Nooooooooo!!  It would remind me too much of what gets passed by MPs in Parliament on a daily basis, even though they talk a load of the same!!

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2 minutes ago, Mouldy said:

Nooooooooo!!  It would remind me too much of what get passed by MPs in Parliament on a daily basis, even though the two are probably similar!!

In that case:- motion rejected 😀

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5 hours ago, Poppy said:

Could people please find another way of titleing their threads on toilets etc without the use of the word 'poo' or similar ?7

 

Something on the lines of cowpat comes to mind with a lot of todays waffling.

Fred

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