Exercise Your Write to Use the Bathroom

Writing on the Wall

Why is it that the best ideas always come to you when you are in the bathroom? So  how about taking your writing space to the room were inspiration strikes!
Why is it that the best ideas always come to you when you are in the bathroom? So how about taking your writing space to the room were inspiration strikes!

It wasn’t long ago, when the idea of taking your writing to the bathroom seemed a bit appalling, but yet, after recent conversations, I realized it was a splendid way to get some of your words down on paper. After all, a writer will have the Urge to Write where ever they go. If you spend an average time of 15 minutes per day on hygiene and another 15 minutes per day on using the facilities, that gives you an additional 30 minutes a day of uninterrupted writing time. (However, these statistics may change depending on the person!) All and all, that comes out to about 7 and a half days a year of wasted time. Just imagine the opportunity. You could be using these 7 and a half days as time for uninterrupted writing! Doesn’t it sound appealing.

Now, I am going to have to give a big shout out to RealHousewife and C-Bless, because without these two wonderful hubbers, this thought would have never sprung into my mind. And without pondering their comments, I wouldn’t have realized the ways to make bathroom writing very attainable. So, if you want to jump aboard and join me, I am going to tell you some very realistic ways that you too can become a bathroom writer.

The Most Obvious Way

With all scenarios, there is almost always a most obvious way. This scenario proves no different. So, if you want to do things the obvious way, just grab a fresh notebook and a pen and put it on the back of your toilet, or add it to your magazine rack. After all, it isn’t unheard of to add reading material to your bathroom décor for the longer trips, so instead of catching up your celebrity gossip and the daily bad news, catch up on the creative bug and get some of your writing done.

Wallpaper of Writing

This is a million dollar idea, however, for today only, I am going to share it with you for absolutely free (unless of course you would like to offer donations. If that is the case, feel free to contact me!) Instead of the more traditional flowery wallpaper, or maybe the wallpaper filled with fish, why not use regular writing paper (or plain colored wallpaper). This way every trip to the bathroom is filled with your genius ideas. All you need to do is add a hanging pen. Then, when you get an idea, jot it down on the wall.

This also carries an additional bonus. If you ever feel like you have lost inspiration, just head into the bathroom and read some of your notes. It can also be considered artsy, particularly if you know how to write calligraphy. Now that is the beauty of the written word!

Toilet Paper

You know the scenario. You have been sitting at a restaurant and suddenly you have to jot something down. Maybe you ran into an old friend that you lost contact with and you just want to copy down their phone number. (Not that it is really necessary these days since most people have cell phones!) You look everywhere, yet you seem to be lacking paper. What do you grab? The nearest and cleanest napkin of course.

Now bring this scenario to the bathroom. (Preferably not the part about eating or meeting someone!) Maybe you just had a million dollar idea or some form of pure brilliance floating in your head. No paper. No problem. Toilet paper will do the trick just fine. After all, it does have paper in it’s name! So, if you are in a crappy spot and find yourself in the bathroom without a pad of paper, have no fear, toilet paper will work just as well. Now, just make sure you have an obsession with Writing Utensils. That way you always have a pen or pencil available, otherwise having paper will do you no good.

Write on!

Rust-Oleum 206540 Chalkboard Brush-On, Black, 30-Ounce
Rust-Oleum 206540 Chalkboard Brush-On, Black, 30-Ounce

This will create a chalkboard on virtually any surface. So, if you would like to create your own, this is the product for you!

 
Universal Melamine Dry Erase Board, 36 X 24 Inches Satin-Finished Aluminum (43623)
Universal Melamine Dry Erase Board, 36 X 24 Inches Satin-Finished Aluminum (43623)

Simple but easy. Hang up on the wall and you are ready to go.

 
ALEX Toys Rub a Dub Star Crayon
ALEX Toys Rub a Dub Star Crayon

Inspiration hits while in the tub? No problem. This handy tool has a great grip and won't disolve in the water like other crayons. Clean up is a breeze... so when the ideas flow... don't hesitate to write!

 

Need More Ideas?

Are you still not convinced the bathroom is the place to set up your new work station? Let me tell you, there are other ways to make this possible as well. Now, I am not suggesting your bring your computer in there with you. Like I said once before… and I will say it again… that could lead to an electrifying writing experience. However, as long as the equipment is not electrical - no problem.

Have you ever heard of chalkboard paint? This would be a great way to express yourself. The best part is, it is able to be erased. Therefore, you can write and write and erase when you are done with it. All you have to do is prep the surface by making sure it is clean and has no nails sticking out. Then apply the chalkboard paint. Depending on the brand, you may have to let it dry for 3 days before you can use it, and once cured, you can then prepare the surface by rubbing the side of a piece of chalk over the entire board and erase. You can use the whole wall or just use a portion of it. The decision is completely up to you.

You can also use dry erase boards if you are against writing on the actual wall. These are easy and clean up as well. Just attach a dry erase board, the size of your choice, to the wall and you are ready to start working. The downfall to using dry erase boards is they can get pricey. Therefore, not using a dry erase board is probably more budget friendly.

Now you can see, the bathroom is a perfectly acceptable place to use as a writing work station. The benefits: Well, you will be in there sometime today! You are also least likely to be bothered. (Unless you only have one bathroom and a house full of people!) As it goes, if you have a lot of people in your house, the bathroom might be the quietest place around.

So, now that I have hopefully convinced you that bathroom writing is acceptable, I better leave and go find some more inspiration… maybe in the tub. Does anybody have any of those soap crayons I can borrow?

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RealHousewife 5 years ago from St. Louis, MO

Stacy - you're brilliant! Omg! LMAO - this brings a new meaning to "bathroom humor"!!!!

Good point about it being acceptable to read celebrity gossip mags so why not write? Also - get really fancy and use your calligraphy pen! ROLF! You have convinced me that the "crapper" is where it's at!


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

Ha ha - no Real - you are the one that convinced me... you said something about it being the quietest place in the house so why not write there... I just put 2 and 2 together and poof... I am going to convince everybody to write on their walls... lol... now we all just need to throw pens and pencils randomly in every room... maybe hang them from the ceiling! LOL


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RealHousewife 5 years ago from St. Louis, MO

We will have to just resort to pocket protectors again. So funny how that works out you know - someone else just said something that made me think of something hilarious so I'm working on that hub idea now! Sheesh - I'm always telling Dave the comments can inspire the best hub ideas!


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workingmomwm 5 years ago from Kentucky, USA

I love the idea of writing ideas down on the walls in your bathroom. My 2-year-old writes on the walls. Why shouldn't I? ;-)


marellen 5 years ago

BBG.....No way would the bathroom work for me...I'm not in there long enough and I think to much about hubpages as it is. Fun hub though.


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Just Ask Susan 5 years ago from Ontario, Canada

barbergirl Can I come over and write on your walls? My bathroom just got renovated and I think my son and husband who did the reno would kill me if I wrote on their freshly painted walls. It is too bad that you didn't write this before they did the reno. I am going look for some of those soap crayons though for when I am in the shower.


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Real - Isn't that why we always get off track in here, over there.... man - if I didn't have all these comments - I probably wouldn't have half as much inspiration! lol


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@workingmom - Exactly my point. As an added bonus... if everybody did this... we wouldn't have to teach our kids not to write on the walls! LOL


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Marellen - I have 3 kids - so even if I don't need to be in the bathroom for very long... I try to stick it out. It is peace and quiet. Although the bathroom scenerio would work so much better if I had my laptop... cause then I would be able to have peace and quiet and Hupbages all at the same time... lol


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Just ask Susan - Unfortunately for me, I can't write on my bathroom walls either... I live with my inlaws until we find our own place. I am pretty sure they wouldn't approve of me writing on the walls, so I guess I will have to stick to the plain old boring regular notebook or the toilet paper. Otherwise I would say - heck yes - in fact it is a requirement to write on the bathroom walls... lol


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WillStarr 5 years ago from Phoenix, Arizona

If I write in the bathroom, when will I ever find time to read?


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TheManWithNoPants 5 years ago from Tucson, Az.

Here I sit broken hearted, came to poop, but only farted.

Why are you looking up her? The joke's in you hand!"

"For a good time call .. "

"Those who write on poop house walls, roll their poop in tiny balls .."

You mean stuff like this?? :0

Your mind is just clipping along BG. I love it. You're always thinking girl, and I bet you'll be rich someday.

Voted up, useful, funny, and awesome!

jim


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Will Star - you got a good point there... as a writer we all need time for reading. How else are we going to get more useful ideas and rants and pick up different writing styles :)


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

Jim, that is exactly what I am talking about... you can even add on to it...

"We aim to keep this bathroom clean, your aim will help!"

I hope one day my potty mouth makes me rich. It would be so much easier to convince my husband that this whole writing thing is purposeful! LOL


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TheManWithNoPants 5 years ago from Tucson, Az.

ooooh.. I remember an old one! "Be like dad, and not like sis .. lift the lid b4 you piss." Yeah, your hubby will love it when you make it rich. :) I'm voting your stuff up every time I stop by. Like you said, we can off set the damage done by the freaks.

jim


tronsark20 5 years ago

Great babe, now I can see our house getting painted with a brand new coat of chalkboard paint! lmao!


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

Jim, that is the first time I have ever heard of that one... now I am going off to search for bathroom phrases... I can honestly say, I am sickenly intrigued by potty humor. Hmmmmm.... I guess it makes things interesting... lol


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

Tronsark - don't tempt me... By the way - anyone who reads his comment. That is my husband... not someone sexually harassing me! LOL


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TheManWithNoPants 5 years ago from Tucson, Az.

Ahhhh .. One more .. "Please stand close. It's shorter than you think." Crap, I'd better go to bed. (laughing)

j


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

Love it... ha ha ... I am dedicating tomorrow as famous bathroom sayings day... I am going to find them all! LOL


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ValentinaCoach 5 years ago

I loved your article! Amusing and it definitely has a point!


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Spirit Whisperer 5 years ago from Isle of Man

There is only one problem with this idea as I see it and though I don't wish to be the party pooper I thought you might consider the associations your mind has with the bathroom. And if your toilet is in the bathroom then you have a double association to contend with.

If you start writing sh*t and if you find yourself cleaning your dirty linen in HubPages you will all know who to blame won't you! LOL!


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@ValentinaCouch - thank you very much. I think it would be so much fun to just be able to write on the walls. After all, I don't always have a pen and paper handy!


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Spirit Whisperer - you bring up a valid point. How do we know that the bathroom isn't the spawning spot of crappy ideas... and then you persue these crappy ideas even further by writing them on the bathroom walls. Hmmmmm... keep an eye on me. If my hubs start to go down, you will know that I have been writing in the bathroom. ;)


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Spirit Whisperer 5 years ago from Isle of Man

HaHa barabergirl I am sure that will never happen as long as you sit with the lid down!


Motown2Chitown 5 years ago

Only one thing to say - the idea (while fabulous of course), isn't exactly new. People have been writing on bathroom walls forever - or at least since the invention of the telephone. You know, "for a good time call..."

:P

I loved this hub! It's cute, fun, AND practical!


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TheManWithNoPants 5 years ago from Tucson, Az.

Hey,

I'm voting up across the board with every visit, and the numbers aren't reflecting it. What up homey? hmmmm, I taught I taw a putty cat ..

jim


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Hyphenbird 5 years ago from America-Broken But Still Beautiful

Sadly even my bathroom time is not sacred. The boy and the dog can both be sound asleep and I go to the bathroom and Presto! One of them shows up at the door. I am serious. This happens at 10am or 3am or 11pm-anytime. However I do always have paper and pen in every room. I think you stand to make a mint on your creative idea.


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RealHousewife 5 years ago from St. Louis, MO

BBG - I meant to mention that the chalkboard paint is awesome! I really painted the front of the kitchen island with it - the kids could draw and whatever while I fixed dinner. No one writes on it anymore but it was so much fun when they were littler and playing school:)


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Spirit Whisperer 5 years ago from Isle of Man

Motown2Chitown if you are familiar with the history of the troubles in Northern Ireland you will be aware of how the men in HBlock wrote on their cell walls and how well they got their message across to Mrs Thatcher. So yes there is a history behind that.


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Spirit Whisperer 5 years ago from Isle of Man

Barbergirl don't listen to RealHousewife she is trying to get you write in the crapper for obvious reasons and now she wants you to cover the walls with your writing. I know there is something sinister going on here but I just can't put my finger on it.


Motown2Chitown 5 years ago

SW, I'm vaguely - very vaguely familiar with the history of the troubles in Northern Ireland...but what you say sounds very interesting. I may have to find out more about that. Thanks for pointing me toward some interesting history - one of my favorite pastimes.


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@spirit whisperer - Good advice... good advice. I will definately practice putting the lid down... oh wait... isn't that advice for a guy usually! LOL


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Mo- you too bring up a valid point. As I was looking for photos I found a million of them that had tasteless and nasty writing on it. Because I want this hub to be... ha ha... family friendly, I had to dig around for a descent picture... otherwise I was going to be forced to write on my inlaws walls - which I am sure they wouldn't have appreciated! LOL


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

Jim - this brings out a question that has been asked for millions of years... well, at least since the birth of Hubpages - How does the Hubpages ranking system work? Answering that is like answering how many licks does it take to get to the center of a tootsie pop... the world may never know! ;)


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Hyphenbird - that makes for a pretty busy bathroom... almost reminds me of a Dr. Seaus story for some reason. I think it is One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish... a bird, a cat, a dog, a mouse... oh what a bed... oh what a house. The only reason I know that is because it was one of my favorite childhood books. I had it memorized... still have it partially memorized to day.

I really hope my idea earns me a mint - however, the bathroom usually has a toothbrush and toothpaste and mouthwash available - so if I am to earn anything - I hope it is at least a dollar. :D


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

Real - that is a most excellent idea. For once you no longer have to tell the kids to get out of the kitchen when you are making dinner! They stay out of your way if they are occupied! :)

Other great ideas are to make one in your office and put a frame around it. That way you always have a spot to jot down notes. My mother-in-law was also telling me that they had a whiteboard paint now. I can't verify the truth of that, but I might have to do some research. Although I do like the chalkboard idea. Nothing is better than a good old fashioned chalk board!


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Spirit Whisperer - that is an interesting history of that. I wasn't aware of the startings. I did know the Egyptians wrote on walls... so I guess it is funny how such a comical hub can actually teach a lot about history - not from me of course - but from the comments!

And that RealHousewife - she is certainly a bad influence ;) encouraging me to write on the walls! LOL I mean - I did read her grafitti article awhile back. I can tell she is a troublemaker. :)


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Mo - so does this mean you are going to write a hub about that topic so I don't have to research it myself - hint hint! :)


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Spirit Whisperer 5 years ago from Isle of Man

Next thing you know RealHousewife will have you painting your own clothes on your body and that is surely going to get you into trouble! Can you imagine posting a picture of yourself with your hub written all over your body? She is tempting you into sinful ways! LOL


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RealHousewife 5 years ago from St. Louis, MO

LOL!! I know i am a bad influence - I told you I'm the one your moms all told you not to play with:)! Always up to no good!

BBG - maybe SW is onto something - if you run out of paper - write on yourself!


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Sprit Whisperer - well, she did all ready recommend disposable clothes... I am starting to think she has no limits... lol... and then she will probably ask me to use those disposable clothes to right my hub out with. Yet, I am pretty sure it would be much harder to publisize like that! lol


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Real - there you go... trying to influence me into crazy ideas... next thing you know I will have bad pictures of me on the internet. It will be a new fad... writing all over yourself. First walls, then painting on clothes, then disposable clothes, then just right on your skin... oh boy! LOL


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wendi_w 5 years ago from Midwest

great idea and great hub creativity at it's best


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

Thank you wendi_w - I am trying to start a massive movement where it is okay to write on the walls! How much fun would that be!


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RealHousewife 5 years ago from St. Louis, MO

Yeah and then there might really be something to tell....wink:)


Motown2Chitown 5 years ago

I think it would be AWESOME! I think the white board paint would be the best.


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@ REal - Ha ha - yes - and all on disposable clothes, chalkboards and white boards! LOL

@Mo - I have to check into that... I might be getting crafty... lol


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epigramman 5 years ago

..yes you are a fabulously entertaining, witty and original writer with a hubheap of sex appeal too (hubheap - a new word from the epi-man) because let's face it - sex appeal comes from within - and you certainly have a very inspiring mind, you're a great thinker and you certainly know how to put it all together and communicate - what else can I say - it's your gift - and our pleasure to read it!


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RealHousewife 5 years ago from St. Louis, MO

I'm going to up what Epi said;)!


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Epi - thank you very much... I am very honored that you created a new epi-man hub word just for me! LOL... glad you enjoyed this piece and hopefully it motivates you too to start writing on the walls... if you can't tell... I am trying to start a movement here! LOL


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Real - as always - thanks for being such a great supporter or my ramblings ;)


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Sharyn's Slant 5 years ago from Northeast Ohio USA

Gosh are you creative BBG and funny too ~ always enjoy your work!


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

Thank you Sharyn... I have yet to start writing on the walls, but I think I almost have my husband convinced that it is ok. :)


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RealHousewife 5 years ago from St. Louis, MO

Are you kidding? Thanks for providing the free entertainment! It's the highlight of my days sometimes - the things you hub people say!

Haha like that - you said you're trying to cause a movement. Hahahaha! On a bathroom hub. That made me laugh!


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

Ha ha - It is a good thing that I am good at thinking of funny things and writing them down, because there was no way that I would be able to come up with this kind of stuff on the fly... lol... although it would be fun to be a stand up comedian. But if I was one, I would be like... hey what did 0 say to 8.... Nice belt! Ha ha ha - people would throw tomatoes at me!


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RealHousewife 5 years ago from St. Louis, MO

I tried it last night - if your real drunk - everyone laughs at whatever you say! Lol!

I bet you would be great at it - and a bunch of those comedians don't even write their own stuff. I love it when you can tell they are ad libbing - that's funny!


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

Oh - when I am having a few drinks... I am more funny looking then anything else... lol... but I do love when they do ad libbing... that is my favorite part. Although I didn't realize comedians didn't right there own stuff... but they did touch on it in that movie.

Eli is playing the PS3 move... I am so distracted I can't think straight...lol


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RealHousewife 5 years ago from St. Louis, MO

Yeah you could get a gig writing for comedians:)!!!!!

I'm getting ready to watch more Netflix!


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

Ha ha ha - I am not so sure about that... I like to write the ocassional recipe hub and that just isn't funny. It is deathly kind... especially when you forget ingredients... LOL


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RealHousewife 5 years ago from St. Louis, MO

Well I like a good recipe too - and hey the meatloaf one is such a winner:). My uncle is coming to visit - he will be here next week. He lives alone so looks forward to a home cooked meal. The kids said I have to make the meatloaf when he is here! Lol


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

Who would have thought that a lonely meatloaf hub is making all the success... lol... I am sure he will enjoy it. And it is odd for kid's to be requesting meat loaf on a regular business. Meat loaf is almost like Walmart - it is taboo to say you actually like the place... lmao... until you are an adult that is! LOL


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ThoughtSandwiches 5 years ago from Reno, Nevada

Dang BG...you have hubs about every thing every where...that's too cool! I should think trying to remember 100 different hubs would prove taxing.

So...per your excellent directions I have found this glorious nugget of awesomeness! These ideas are much better than my plan of hitting the shower with my shaving kit and a permanent sharpie marker (ain't gonna lie...I received some push-back from the roomies on that idea)...I particularly enjoyed "for those longer trips!!"

I shall come to you for all my bathroom related needs in the future! (g,s)


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@ThoughtSandwhiches - I have to say... I do have alittle bit of what I like to call Potty humor... not that it is sassy by any means, but for awhile there, bathrooms seemed to come up alot in topics... lol.

Now, for your roommates, see if they object to chalk boards on the walls... lol... they might have fun too. Granted... that probably isn't the best idea for the bathroom, but maybe a comprimise and set it up in the livingroom.

Glad you were able to find these... Alot of people suggested that this hub was nuts! ha ha - I like thinking outside of the box!


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ThoughtSandwiches 5 years ago from Reno, Nevada

lol...I don't like being in any kind of box! I have always been of the opinion...sassy can be good...I have even been known to admire saucy. That's me.


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

Ha ha - it is definately good to be outside the box... so much more room for stretching out. I however haven't really tried the saucy side of things... you should write a hub on "How to be Saucy!" :)


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ThoughtSandwiches 5 years ago from Reno, Nevada

lol...i will get in an apron and hit the kitchen...."The 7 secrets to a Saucy ThoughtSandwich!!"


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

Ha ha - I will keep my eyes open for that one... can't wait to see what you come up with! LOL


Binaya.Ghimire 5 years ago

Interesting perspective.


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barbergirl28 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Binaya - thank you. I am a firm believer if we all work together writing on the walls will become normal! :)


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Ruchira 4 years ago from United States

This was such a hilarious hub, BBG. But, I agree many BRILLIANT ideas come to me when I am sitting in peace...lol

voted up as interesting and useful :)

sharing it across!


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rahul0324 4 years ago from Gurgaon, India

LOL! Full score to the imagination! Brilliant hub!


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@Ruchira - I think I came up with this hub in the bathroom! ;) Glad you enjoyed this. The ideas always come in the strangest of places! :)


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@rahul0324 - Thanks so much - glad you enjoyed this! :)


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nochance 4 years ago from Duluth, MN

Honestly I am very turned off by the title you have chosen. It makes sense now that I've read your article but it makes it sound like a kid in class who says they need to go now or they're going to pee themselves.

Anyway, on my quest to compile a list of great hubs about writing and writing related subjects I decided to give it a shot and was pleasantly surprised. This is a really great idea. My sister and I used to doodle on the wall in our bathroom until my parents decided the whole thing needed to be repainted.

This also reminds me of something I saw in another hub. It was a mother who used the bathroom as her writing sanctuary from her kids. Kids will bother you if you're in an office or bedroom with a closed door. But they know enough not to bother you in the bathroom. It was a good idea.


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca Author

@nochance - If I remember correctly I was kind of in a funny and sarcastic mood that day, possibly in the bathroom when this came to mind at first. AFter all, we spend so much time in there and when we aren't in there, there is a life full of distractions. Sorry the title didn't appeal to you but it worked so perfectly I couldn't help but laugh. But it really did work nicely together. I just hope my kids don't read this and decide to start writing on the walls! :)

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