Ok, this has always kind of bothered me.
Why does lighting a match work to eliminate bathroom odors, but keeping a candle lit in the room doesn't?
Sulfur from the match kills the oders?
Ah, thanks. I was going to ask the same.
Yes, it works quite well. Light a match, but don't let it burn all the way to the stem. People assume you were smoking instead.
fill the room, turning it into a turkish bath. Would you like that?
It's not Thanksgiving. Why are we bathing Turkeys?
I'm reaching a bit on this one, but, I think it might have something to do with requiring clean access to Arba'ah Turim.
(I'm still not Jewish, to be clear).
Just a quick slice, a bagel and you are in the club.
Are there any special restrictions on who can use this bathroom?
You know, in case Springsteen or Moore shows up.
It's a single-user bathroom, so anyone can occupy it ... one at a time please.
The only restriction is that it is humans only. Rosie O'Donnell is not welcome here.
I wish I was broken-hearted. I was on antibiotics for an infection in my foot, and now I have untrustworthy farts.
Mon Apr 11 2016 13:58:41 EDT from FreakdogHere I sit
(yeah ... that's kind of the point) :)
<<bangs on door!>> -- "You nearly done, in there!?"
You are out of soap in the bathroom.
Give me a few squares, and I will give you the bar.