I am So Sorry, Future Guests!

I have clean hand towels. The bathroom is still organized. There is still a stock of toilet paper and hand soap. So what is the problem?

My dh has removed the flushing handle we all know and love, and has replaced it with a button. In the interest of lowering our monthly payment to the utility company water conservation , he has installed a flusher button that will do a half flush for ... ummmm ... number 1 (as designated by the etching of a single drop of water on the first part of the button, to a full flush for number 2 (as designated by the 2 drops of water on the bottom of the flusher button.

I am fully aware that the most simple machine in my home has become techno savvy and a potential embarrassment for all who dare sit upon the throne. Ahem...


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9 comments:

Anna said...

I wouldnt dare do a #2 in someone else's house so I am safe!

Jessica said...

Well, if you dare at my house, push the bottom half of the button. The tell tale sign of some one number twoing would be the repeated pushing of the number one button.

Anna said...

Good to know. Will be adding that to my hand dandy notebook.

Mary Dudley said...

LOL! Just think how much less you will be spending. How are the kids adjusting to it?

Christie said...

I would totally do a number 2 at Jessica's house just to test that button. Hahaha!
Did I just say that "out loud"....

MOM and Daniel said...

you will have to show us how to use the thing..... I mean how to push the buttons..... Well you know what I mean.

love you !

Jessica said...

Christie- TOO FUNNY! You can #2 in my toilet whenever you want.
Mom & Daniel - I will give lessons for a small fee.....
Mary - The kids are adjusting well. They have only stopped it up once....

Kristina said...

We got one of those recently too... the kids love it but I did have a visiting 8 yr old child ask how it worked and noticed she must have been trying to twist the knob, no harm done. Looking forward to seeing how much we really save.

Jenny said...

Welcome to conservation technology! We use these in Europe all over the place. :)

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