In “’ A Game Theoretic Approach to the Toilet Seat Problem, ” Richard Harter uses game theory to attack the up down problem as the conflict that it is (Choi’s model does not do this) Harter looks at the situation as a cooperative 2-player game and basically concludes that both players should come up with an agreed-upon contract to split the number of up-down lifts.
With the down rule, each male visit is associated with lifting the toilet seat up beforeuse and lowering it down afteruse, with the inconvenience costs being incurred twice. With the selfish rule, in contrast, the inconvenience costs are incurred once and only when the previous visitor is a member of different gender.
Spinoff of the shower pee argument. If I were a woman, I'd want the seat left up. That's a damn good indication that the guy didn't dribble on the seat because he was too lazy to raise it before doing his bizness.Since the dawn of indoor plumbing, the toilet seat debate has been a time-honored tradition between men and women. Whether or not that pesky seat should stay forever down or up is a source of many petty arguments and passive aggressive conversations, and it’s suffice it to say that if you live with someone of the opposite sex, you’ve probably experienced the talk firsthand.This shit is like Smokey the Bear, only YOU can prevent butt diseases from unclean toilet seats. Logistics. If the seat's up, we can pee. If the seat's down, we can pee. If the lid is down and we.
The Prima Flat Pack Toilet Frame and Seat has been designed to easily put up and take down, for travelability or to be tooked away at home without taking up too much space. The Classic seat is a flatter seat than most toilet aids. It is contoured for comfort and has unique clips which stops lateral movement on the frame. Fits over the toilet.
Fong Ma Po Public Toilet has become the second runner-up of the Best Toilet Competition in 2006. Apart from the facilities inside the public toilet, it is also significant by the use of design elements and principles. Since the toilet is near to the temple and Wishing Tree, visitors can easily find this toilet and it is very convenient. The location of this toilet is well planed to be.
I remember getting a joke email about “Men’s rules for women” and one of them was: “Learn to work the toilet seat. You’re a big girl. If it’s up, put it down. We need it up, you need.
Honestly? I think it's simply because they've been taught to believe a lot of silly things about the common bathroom. For starters, there's this idea that unless the seat is kept down they might fall into the toilet bowl if they're using the bath.
The seat is generally lifted when a man stands to urinate, or while cleaning the toilet.The issue of men leaving the seat up or putting it back down after use (particularly for the benefit of women), is a perennial topic of discussion and light humor; with it often being argued that leaving the toilet seat up is more efficient for men, but putting it down is more considerate of women.
Here’s what I have to say about the toilet seat war: Ladies, but the seat down yourself. Is this such a big deal? Look before you sit, if it’s up, put it down. If we don’t always have to put the seat back up for them, why do they always have to put it back down for us? Yes, I know: If you get up in the middle of the night and sit, you fall through, which is very disconcerting, not to.
Jan 29, 2014 - theskullonthemantle221b: aguidetodeduction: Suggested Anonymously I hate that this sounds like it is criticizing americans. We spell the way we were taught to spell, for god’s sake. This makes it sound like we leave the toilet seat up. Apologies: I did not mean to imply it is American’s fault for their diverging language.
Prop the wet toilet brush under the seat cover and pour bleach or cleaning solution over its business end, into the toilet bowl. Let sit for a minute, then rinse with a pitcher of water. Clean the brush's canister by filling it with warm, soapy water; you can dump it right in the toilet, too.
If you have lifted the toilet seat, you must replace the seat so that the seat is down after you have used the toilet. BLOCKED TOILETS If you use the toilet and it becomes blocked, you mustn’t try to clear the blockage by repeatedly flushing it or covering it up with more toilet paper as this can make the problem worse.
It's an argument that has torn families apart since the invention of indoor plumbing -- should the toilet seat stay up or down after you've used it? Men usually need it up, women always need it down, and since it takes approximately zero effort to raise or lower the seat, it's clearly the principle of the thing that matters.
The seat easily adjusts to toilet seats. After the initial adjustment, you will never have to adjust it again. It is lightweight easy enough for your child to put on and take off by themselves. It has an inward sloping splash guard to prevent messes. This potty seat has a practical handle which can be used to hang the seat when not in use. This seat is recommended for children ages 2-6.