Yes, I Really Did Buy That!

 

So a few weeks back you may have read about a road trip we took with my six-year-old son who had some tummy issues while traveling. Anyway, due to his tummy issues, we spent more time on that trip trying to locate a bathroom and being in some really disgusting bathrooms that when I discovered this little device on Amazon while searching for camping supplies I knew I had to buy it!

I’ve actually seen this device in a funny meme and I thought who in the world would buy this thing!? 

Well, this chick just did because I have been in some horrid bathrooms in my lifetime! When I mean horrid, I mean how can a human being possibly reach the walls and ceilings with their bodily fluids and excrements kind of horrid!! So horrid I didn’t want not even one part of my body to touch a toilet seat. We can all agree on the fact that some public toilets are vile. It makes more sense now as to why people look into reviews of the best bidet toilet seats for their home, for hygiene reasons exactly. After seeing the mess in public toilets, I understand why anyone would want to step up their hygiene game in their own home, but I doubt it is as bad as what I have seen elsewhere.

Let’s also just say that I still haven’t gotten around to disinfecting my shoes from the women’s bathroom at Garden of the Gods a few weeks back. I accidentally stepped in something and I haven’t worn those shoes since. But I will be cleaning them up soon because I’ll need them on our upcoming camping trips. 

People are gross! 

Speaking of camping trips, this kind of device when you don’t have access to a toilet really can be useful. Men have it so easy, just drop your pants and pee on a tree right? The world is their urinal.  Cure the paid programming musical and announcer’s voice,  “Well not anymore! For just one easy payment of $7.99 you get, not one, not two, not three but four EZ P’s to allow you the same freedom men have, the ability to stand while peeing!” 

Yes, the package included four of these things for $7.99. They are made of silicone and come in a little black bag you can keep it in and you just clean it with water. So what the heck do I need four of them for? Maybe I should gift them to a friend. 😉  

All humor set aside though, I will totally be using this when I camp with the boys in a few weeks. I will do anything to stay away from gross vault toilets part of the time.  So there you have it, I bought a device that helps me be more like a man. 

Anyhoo …since I know many of you are looking for a DIY project you can make your own at home! WOO HOO!  

 

Personally, I’m done squatting or standing funny with my butt hanging out and the possibility of peeing on a pant leg or having a wild animal attack me with my pants down, because this is my worst fear! My number one fear is finding my picture on a people of Wal-Mart meme and coming in at a close second is having a wild animal take a chunk out of my butt cheek. 

Okay so be honest, if you had to pee in the forest without the use of a toilet, would you use something like this? 

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I'm just a wife and mom of two boys trying to find her place in this world. I enjoy walks around the lake, bible journaling, and RV camping with my family.

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19 thoughts on “Yes, I Really Did Buy That!

  1. Smart move Heather. Some bathrooms on the road are brutal. Or porta potties. The US is bad sometimes, but rest stops in India can be nightmares LOL. I recall using a dry wall aka urinal and a 4 foot snake crawled out of the ceiling by my head. Never a dull moment.

    Ryan

  2. If I was camping and couldn’t get to a bathroom (probably never happening because I’m not the camping type) I would totally use this. I’ve never heard of this before and I would so buy it!

  3. I never heard of this before! This would be SO convenient! Boys have always had the advantage when it comes to camping and going to the bathroom. I have never thought about something like this but it would definitely be more convenient.

  4. Totally new product for me, never heard of this. I can see where this would come in hand in may situations and filthy bathrooms would be one of them.

  5. Hey, there are some truly APPALLING bathrooms out there and I’m all for things that make it easier for anyone that needs to pee sitting down normally. I want to get the disposable ones I saw once!

  6. I need this! There are some frightening bathrooms and I’d prefer to go somewhere else. I’ll have to pick this up!

  7. It’s no fun finding some really gross bathrooms in our travels. I don’t know if I would have the courage to try this, but at least it’s an option!

  8. This is actually kind of awesome! I just spent the week in new york and the bathrooms left much to be desired!

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