There have been many toilet-related injuries and deaths throughout history and in urban legends. Infants and toddlers have fallen into toilets and drowned. Safety devices exist to help prevent such accidents. Injuries to adults include bruised buttocks, tail bones, and dislocated hips from unsuspectingly sitting on the toilet bowl rim because the seat is up or loose.
10. I (go) to see uncle Charles quite a lot recently. He attended Princeton University briefly in 1906, but returned to New York to work in a variety of jobs before joining the crew of a freighter as a seaman. Upon returning from voyages to South Africa and South America, he was hospitalized for six months to recuperate from tuberculosis. While he was recovering, he determined to write a play about his adventures on the sea. He went to Harvard, where he wrote the one-act Bound East for Cardiff.
An associated catchphrase, "Poo in the Loo", has been used in similar way. Origin. During recent years, government from India has tried to find a solution to the issue. During the following days, the catchphrase started gaining traction on /pol/, being used as reply to Indian posters and any post related to India, and shitposting practises like vertical posting or Lankyposting. In late July 2015, a Mehmet, My Son version mocking the catchphrase and a post claiming India would be a "superpower by 2020" started circulating on /int/.
Taken as a combination of the similarly-intended ones, "Does a bear shit in the woods?" and "Is the Pope Catholic?" By the way, I'm Catholic. This is a sarcastic answer to a question with an obvious answer of "yes. Taken as a combination of the similarly-intended ones, "Does a bear shit in the woods?" and "Is the Pope Catholic?" By the way, I'm Catholic. Do I want an Abita Turbo Dog? Does the Pope shit in the woods? to questions to questions. by eViL pOp TaRt April 07, 2006. Get a Does the Pope shit in the woods? mug for your sister Beatrix. 2. Does the Pope shit in the woods?unknown.
David must drink a lot of coffee. He’s finished two packets already this week! 11. This can’t be Jamie’s coat. He’s very tall, and this is tiny. She must be at the library, as she often goes there at this time. 14. This bill can’t be right! £50 for two cups of coffee! 15. Emma’s amazingly good at the piano. She must practise a lot. 16. The car in front is driving so slowly that I think they must be looking for. something. 17. You’ve already eaten enough for three people!
A line of expensive shops and important businesses were on the side of the road. Hundreds of people were hurry- ing along the pavements and the roadway was busy with traffic. A Visit to Saxe-Coburg Square old houses, was immediately behind the important buildings of this busy street. Everything is Ready Everything is Ready A t quarter past nine that evening, I set off for Baker Street, where Holmes lived. When I arrived, I noticed two carriages standing outside Holmes' door. Inside his apartment, Holmes was talking with two men. One of them was Peter Jones, a police detective. The other man was tall and thin, with a sad-looking face.