Michael Edwards





Observation most discrete:

a swinging chain denotes warm seat



    Good Monday Uncle Mike ~ BRIAN HERE ~ Love the photo mimimalistic ! Love the MANTRA in the UK the Lavatorial Humour always gets the most laffs ! I guess it is when we are at our most vulnerable *ON THE THRONE*

    Blessings & Peace to YOU & YOURS
    Love Brian - Angela - Smokey 💛💛💛

    • Michael Edwards

      It's where we do a lot of thinking - on exiting the loo I recall my father saying 'that's a load off my mind'.

    • orchidee

      You a.k.a. Confucius Berles?! lol.

    • Neville

      I do declare a bowl full of truth squire

      toodle looo 🙂

    • dusk arising

      Well that's a load off my mind.

    • Fay Slimm.

      Hard winters brought queues after that observation when loos were stationed at the end of a yard - - and shared with neighbours of course. A sensible Confusius the old men would say.......

      • Michael Edwards

        Loos at the end of the garden and even swinging chains are now a thing of the past. But the humour lives on.

      • The Uneducated O.A.P

        It seems that Confucius didn't need a loo," wheresoever one goes go with all your heart" wouldn't want to follow him around! Bill

      • Suresh

        Confucius surely played a lot in those fields.

        Leaving us with a treasure trove
        Thanks Michael

        • Michael Edwards

          My pleasure - thanks for looking in.

        • Goldfinch60

          That swinging chain has not existed for a long time now so I never know whether the seat is warm or not.


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