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I didn’t know it was possible

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So, I broke a toilet seat. We’ll spare too many details other than the disclaimer that there were no injuries but I guess I just sat too hard on our toilet seat and there was a fairly loud breaking sound and low and behold the composite wood seat broke.

If indeed God plans all things since before there was time – an idea that causes me both joy and sadness – then he planned that. I wonder if he just did it for the chuckle.



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Phil

posted June 1, 2007 at 7:50 pm


You know, at the end of the day I REALLY did not need to know this…. Next time you are at Home Depot, spend the extra 10 bucks for the good seat… Cheers…Phil :-)



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PatientWitness

posted June 1, 2007 at 8:11 pm


A sense of humor is divine, so God must have one. Maybe one of the archangels Moe, Larry or Curly pulled that one on you :D



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canucklehead

posted June 1, 2007 at 8:26 pm


“How blessed is the man who does not…sit in the seat of scoffers!” Psalm 1:1 David, one need not use the Family Bible for meditation purposes while on the throne!



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Tom

posted June 1, 2007 at 8:47 pm


“Next time you are at Home Depot, spend the extra 10 bucks for the good seat…” Home Depot? Why not take your patronage to the lesser of two crappers and spend your hard earned money at Lowes.



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Doug

posted June 1, 2007 at 9:23 pm


Thank you, David. I laughed at this interlude and I think this post was just the right bit informative.



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dhoff

posted June 2, 2007 at 1:50 pm


Thanks for the memories. I laughed so hard when it once happened to my husband and was so grateful it wasn’t me that caused the breakage.



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Unsympathetic reader

posted June 2, 2007 at 3:43 pm


Well, I already missed the boat on companies that make extra-large coffins and assisted patient lifts for ambulances. But I am going to invest in companies that make extra-strong or extra-wide toilet seats. I’m investing the future of America!



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SD

posted June 4, 2007 at 2:34 pm


See, the Liberals strike again.That seat was the victim of Unions. Either it was built by American union workers or Chinese slave labor. Either way, if it was built by a conservative it would have lasted. Those guys know how to support an ass.



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gina

posted June 4, 2007 at 5:12 pm


you know, you get so sick of reading really thought provoking blogs and deep or serious political writings. i love it when writers mix it up and write something funny once in a while, you know, just b/c they can! good stuff. GOD does indeed have a sense of humor. just listen to a fart and you’ll know how funny GOD can be!



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