My Beloved mentioned an incident that occurred during the holidays when when she asked grandtwin Zachary if he washed his hands after going to the bathroom.
He said, “No, Grandma. I didn’t need to.”
“I didn’t touch the toilet when I peed.”
“How did you flush the toilet?”
“I used my elbow.”
P.S. My Beloved set him straight and he washed his hands.
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Haha, anything to get out of washing hands…. love it! My son said once when he was young: I am half German and whole English.’ He is still now 1 and a half person!
they will go to great lengths to avoid it )
True. At least he didn’t “wash” his hair in the toilet bowl as another of our young grandsons tried to do!
Now this made me smile
I’m glad you enjoyed it, Joanne.
He’s ahead of the curve. In high school some friends and I went to the movies. Three or four of us went to the bathroom and stepped out of stalls to wash hands, one girl just walked out. One of the friends said to the one who walked out “aren’t you going to wash your hands?” She said “why? I didn’t touch anything”. 🙂