Toilet seat up or down?

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  1. bellawritter23 profile image77
    bellawritter23posted 8 years ago

    Toilet seat up or down?

    https://usercontent1.hubstatic.com/4229956_f260.jpg

  2. Doc Snow profile image93
    Doc Snowposted 8 years ago

    We dodge the question by keeping the lid down, too.

  3. profile image0
    Yarightposted 8 years ago

    For a man it is common courtesy to put the lid back down on the toilet. I think that picture is hilarious by the way!

    Frat houses don't need to worry about this problem!

  4. Donna Janelle profile image71
    Donna Janelleposted 8 years ago

    Down!! At our house we always close the lid before we flush anyhow, because I heard that particles and germs can spray up to six feet out of the toilet. Pretty disgusting.

  5. j.amie profile image60
    j.amieposted 8 years ago

    My man is so good about putting the seat down - 99% of the time. I've never had to ask, he just does it.  When he accidentally leaves it up, it actually makes me smile. It's a comforting sign that there's a man in the house.

  6. Patty Inglish, MS profile image92
    Patty Inglish, MSposted 8 years ago

    Down at night, anway -- I sat in an open toilet late one night when both part sof the lid were up. Not fun to clean up at 2 AM.

  7. Smaridge01 profile image73
    Smaridge01posted 8 years ago

    Everything down all the time... seat and lid both.  Just simpler and more logical that way.  Cats don't fall in, kids don't throw stuff in, I don't drop things in, and nobody has any nasty surprises in the middle of the night.

    Oh, and if you have a dog, you don't have to hear that very alarming sound of the dog drinking out of the bowl!  UGH.

  8. profile image56
    js1posted 8 years ago

    Always leave it down when finished with the restroom.  Do you leave the lid off the trash can?  No.  You always close the toilet.  It has a lid therefore when not in use the lid should be shut.  Why else does it have a lid?  It was designed to be shut.  Not to mention that it is not sanitary to have it open.  Like I said - if it has a lid - then shut the lid when not in use.
    Name one other thing people leave open?  Car door?  Refrigerator? Peanut Butter? Toothpaste?  No.  Then why the toilet unless you are lazy & unsanitary?

  9. ArefinShams profile image60
    ArefinShamsposted 8 years ago

    Of course seat up, I can not imagine a down toilet even.....

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