Hanging in the loo…

Why is it that people hang calendars in their toilet?

Am I the only one that sits in the small room and wonders this? Is it considered a good moment to do some forward planning? Time to sit, relax and reflect on where you’re at in your week so far? The worst thing is that I almost PUT ONE in my loo! It’s contagious I think.

6 thoughts on “Hanging in the loo…

  1. Mama Bear March 8, 2010 / 5:24 PM

    Always have had a calendar in loo til this year – we still have December 2009 hanging there. As a child Mum always had a calendar in the loo too. When I had Southern Petware it was the only place I relaxed and could study the up and coming events – birthdays etc and do my personal life planning. Now the stress factor has gone from life, I have a calendar on my desktop with that guff but I MUST make the effort to discard the 2009 from the back of the door and then we can contemplate the nail hole!!

  2. BrianAlt March 9, 2010 / 2:59 AM

    What? WHAT? I’ve never seen a calendar in a bathroom. Except maybe the one on my Blackberry. What goes on in NZ?

  3. Bebe March 9, 2010 / 9:17 AM

    Oh interesting…so is this a cultural phenomenon?!

  4. Ange March 13, 2010 / 4:21 PM

    no calendars in the loo since I left Mama Bear’s Cave …. maybe it’s just us!? I also don’t get books that people read on the loo being left beside the loo to be peed on, then picked up and read. Byuck

    • Mama Bear March 21, 2010 / 8:55 AM

      But Ange Pange, I can learn how to surf when I sit on your loo and pronise, I don’t pee on the floor(only males do that!!)

  5. rebalehan March 19, 2010 / 6:47 PM

    The books go in the wicker baskety thing and the calendar goes on the back of the door. It’s not hard

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