Streaks In The Toilet

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My husband and I have been together for 11 years and for the most part it's been incredible. We do get on each other's nerves but it's usually small things. I look past most of it but when he starts explaining how it's not really needed to flush more than once even when there's leftovers from the first one, I lose it!

He says eventually as other people go it'll just work its way off the side of the toilet bowl. He says for the rest of the day he'll try to be on it like a power sprayer. Keep in mind the only reason he does this is because he thinks it's a waste of money to just flush more (and apparently too lazy to use a toilet brush).

I could just suck it up and use the toilet brush myself and have for years but it's time for him to clean his own mess. We're not poor and even if we were this is still ridiculous.
Added by babs88 (female)
Side 2 says...
This rarely happens and she's claiming like it happens all the time. She expects me to wait around and check to make sure it's all clear when I'min a rush to get a shower after and get to work.

These are the kind of things a stay-at-home mom complains about (which she is).

I don't really mind the extra flushing and it's not about money. It's about waste and I try not to even if that means toilet water.

This only ever happens in our bedroom bathroom, not where guests would ever see it anyway. Part of being married I guess.
Added by fighterofwars (male)
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