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Tug Of Toilet

My daughter sashayed out of dance class with a smirk on her lips and promised in the parking lot to tell me all about it.

At the van I spoke before she did. “Tell me the best part of class,” I said.

She resorted her thoughts.  Well, the best part, she began, ” was tug of toilet!”

I nodded before I should have.  Then I chewed on the words.  “Tug of Toilet.”  Nothing came.

“I don’t get it,” I said.

My daughter explained, “well, I had to go to the bathroom during class.  And so did Brynn.  And so the two of us played ‘tug of toilet’.”

I spit out the obvious.  “So how do you play ‘tug of toilet’?”

“Well,” my daughter smiled, “She’s on one toilet and I’m on the other, and we’re holding hands under the stall trying to yank each other off.”


I sucked in my breath.  “And who won?”

“Nobody,” she giggled.

I sought to clarify.  ” So, Tug of Toilet was the best part of dance class?”

And my daughter nodded, “Yep,” and picked up her book to read.


3 Responses to “Tug Of Toilet”

  1. Sarah says:

    According to Websters: to move or seem to move up and down or about in a quick or lively manner

    So they did perform a dance of sorts. 🙂

  2. Jackie M says:

    Hilarious….in all my years of going with a friend to the restroom, I have never heard of or played Tug of Toilet. We learn something new everyday.

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