We all know the feeling. You’ve just finished up a solid #2, and you start to wipe your butt only to realize that something is wrong. Something isn’t “happening” like it’s supposed to. It’s not coming off on the toilet paper, so you push down harder…
And then it happens: A stream of ass-water shoots out from under the toilet tissue! Up your posterior! Your sitting mates are soaked! Thanks a lot for this one, science – science is great.
So before you take another dump anywhere near another human being, read our list of Toilet Emergencies And What To Do So You Don’t Embarrass Yourself Or Others.
Emergency 1: There No Toilet Paper Left –
The best course of action in this situation is to accept it. Realize that your butt-wiping experience is over, and prepare for the consequences. It will be inconvenient, but at least you won’t be leaving a trail of water behind you wherever you go!
Emergency 2: Your Butt Is Soaking Wet –
**You Were Sick**
This doesn’t usually happen after having the runs (unfortunately), but rather when you accidentally had too much liquid earlier on in the day. The result: You’ve still got diarrhea faucets between your legs even though they’re closed uptight now. Since there’s nothing else to do here except wash your hands (and allow yourself to continue feeling like crap), head to the sink and give your hands a good scrub. Then take as many paper towels as you can carry back with you (because these liquid ass-bombs tend to hit more than once) and hope for the best…
I bought a Kohler Wellworth toilet at the local Walmart. The problem is that when you flush it, after about 1 or 2 flushes it just keeps on running. It doesn’t stop until I reach in and find the chain hanging down below and pull it up to where it belongs.
I looked around on line for a solution but didn’t see anyone else with the same problem so I’m writing this in hopes of helping out others who might have a similar situation.
Emergency 3: There’s A “Sticky” Feeling On Your Butt –
**You Used The Wrong Toilet Paper**
The wrong toilet paper is anything synthetic: Cheap two-ply, generic one-ply, etc. These options are like sandpaper against your anus and will ruin any chance of a successful wipe job. They may seem cheap in the store, but they don’t work out so well in real life.
Here’s what I did…
1) Turn off the water supply to toilet tank turned off water at the wall, flushed to get rid of water in lines 2) Removed the top of the toilet tank Unscrewed the two bolts holding on the tank lid 3) Disconnected water supply from fill valve in the tank 4) Inspected fill valve and saw nothing wrong checked float to make sure it was adjusted correctly.
Toilet Emergencies we have helped with in the area of El Salido Pkwy in Austin, TX 78750
If you live close to the HEB plus in el Salido Pkwy area located at 11521 NORTH FM620, BUILDING A, AUSTIN, TX 78726-1168 you probably have seen our plumbing vans running fast to help our community with their toilet emergencies problems. Some of these emergencies are clogged toilets, flapped valves old and broken, and sometimes even worse, the base is broken resulting in a water leak flooding the bathroom and also the master bedroom. If you are experiencing any problem such as the one described before just give us a call as soon as possible so we can help you today. The other option is to find us on Google maps, when you google Plumber Anderson Mill https://goo.gl/maps/WU4LmwA91Qc9KhQW8 you will find all the information you need to see that we are close to you. You can also look for directions and other important information such as phone numbers and read all the 5-star reviews we have from our dear customers. So pick up the phone now and don’t wait long to get your toilet fixed today.