I read an interesting article online recently about a renter in San Francisco who felt like she was being harassed by her landlord because of the buildings bad plumbing.  The landlord wanted her to hang a sign in her bathroom that read "Do Not Flush Tampons" and she wrote to the San Francisco Appeal online magazine because she was wondering if she really had to hang that sign. 

You can read the article here.

It's one thing to read those annoying signs in public bathrooms and wonder what kind of female fool thinks it's OK to flush a pad or a tampon down the toilet? If you wouldn't do it in your own bathroom, why would you do it in someone else's?  Do women get a thrill being so privately naughty and passive-aggressive?

I just read a really great post about peeing in the shower over at JaneDuttonutrecht entitled  Waterworld. It's all about an initiative to encourage citizens to pee while showering to save water. 

It reminded me of that Seinfeld episode where George gets caught peeing in the shower at his gym.  After quite a heated discussion with Elaine, he shouts "It's all pipes."

So this toilet-loving blogger wants to know:  Do you pee in the shower?

Because the first thing I want touching my lips is some goo that came out of a toilet bowl.