Why Every Relationship Requires Two Bathrooms
A 35-year-old woman got stuck to her boyfriend’s toilet seat because she sat there for too long. In fact, she was in there for two years. This will make me much more understanding when my wife takes only four hours. Her boyfriend is clearly much more patient than most men.
“She is an adult; she made her own decision,” said her boyfriend, Kory McFarren. “I should have gotten help for her sooner; I admit that. But after a while, you kind of get used to it.”
Get used to your girlfriend living on your toilet?
The case drew nationwide attention after Ness County Sheriff Bryan Whipple said it appeared the Ness City woman’s skin had grown around the seat in the two years she apparently was in the bathroom.
“We pried the toilet seat off with a pry bar and the seat went with her to the hospital,” Whipple said. “The hospital removed it.”
Yes, a toiletectomy.
McFarren, 36, said he can’t be certain how long Pam Babcock stayed in the bathroom because “time just went by so quick I can’t pinpoint how long.”
Time flies when your significant other is in the bathroom.
McFarren said she moved around in the bathroom during that time, bathed and changed into the clothes he brought her. He brought food and water to her. They had conversations and had an otherwise normal relationship – except it all happened in the bathroom.
“She hid under the bed for years, but we had an otherwise normal relationship.” “I only saw her through a peephole, but we had an otherwise normal relationship.” “I had to slip food under the door for two years, but we had an otherwise normal relationship.” “She resided in outer space, but we had an otherwise normal relationship.”
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