From Today’s Irish Times‘ Life and Style section

Oh what is a person to do
When they’re trapped in an alien loo
Then get a fierce whack
From a panic attack
And find they’re unable to poo?

John Moynes

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25 thoughts on “A Limerick A Day

  1. Paulus

    Well Laura has covered just about every other aspect of her life; so this was bound to come up eventually.

  2. Custo

    She really layers the flowery language on thick in the opening paragraph to distract from the fact that her article is about not being able to go for a shite in someone else’s house.

    1. Rob_G

      Who goes around to their friend’s house and decides to take a dump…

      (unless you are staying for a weekend or something, in which case you need to pick your moments)

      1. Brother Barnabas

        I knew a fellow years ago who lived in a tiny flat off the SCR with his girlfriend. the toilet was just off the kitchen, so his girlfriend wouldnt allow him to poo there. he had to go the next door flat every time. this went on for over a year. the neighbour moved out and later told me that the ‘arrangement’ was a factor in him deciding to leave. he also told me that the fellow who wasnt allowed to poo at home attempted to continue this arrangement with the new tenants. sadly, they wouldnt have it.

        1. Rob_G

          I dunno; at home I have a flunky to hand me sheets of raw silk toiletpaper who disinfects the seat with Chanel No. 5 between each movement, so I normally just go there.

          1. italia'90

            I have absolutely no reason to doubt that you do young man.

            Gave me a chuckle and was worth it. Thank you Rob.

    1. Archie

      I’d read her column over another of Michael Harding’s relentless VW van buying articles if I had to choose.

  3. Clampers Outside

    This is all the fault of the nonsense seen in the like of Salon, huffpo, guardian, etc….

    Make it stop someone, no one cares, no one worth advertising to anyway.

  4. italia'90

    Perhaps the IT knows its target market?

    Are they appealling to our cousins/near neighbours across the Irish Sea?

    They do like fecal humour after all.

    These days, I’d only bring the Irish Times to an on site portaloo to complete the paperwork :)

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