Most unusual (for fun)

~♥Little Miss - posted on 09/05/2011 ( 50 moms have responded )

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So, my I caught my 16 month old putting stuff into the toilet. Lovely. She put 3 match cars, 2 pipe cleaners, and something unidentifiable in the toilet before I caught her in the act. What have your kids put in the toilet? Do you try to salvage it? My stuff went right into the trash can. What is the most unusual things you have found in YOUR toilet?

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♥♪Megan♫♥ - posted on 09/13/2011

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Poor kitty. At least now I know why mine tries to escape. he doesn't want to swim in the loo

Patricia - posted on 09/13/2011

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my 2 year old ut the kitten in the toilet and shut the li it was quite distressed

Jane - posted on 09/13/2011

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@Meggy - That happens - once they turn those big eyes on you...Just be careful that no one reports you for cat abuse!

♥♪Megan♫♥ - posted on 09/13/2011

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@ Jane- The 6 year old is beyond salvagable, but I don't think the BCSPCA will take her. Besides I've grown quite attached to her :)

Jane - posted on 09/13/2011

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@Meggy - By all means. You might consider returning the 6 yo, as by that age the child should know that felines and water don't mix so it is obviously defective.



(Just joking). (About the child, that is.)

♥♪Megan♫♥ - posted on 09/13/2011

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Oh I forgot to ask, should we try to salvage the cat?

Ashley - posted on 09/13/2011

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can't say my children have done it but i accidently have! I had a hair clip fall in and i tried getting it out but shoved it in more. They actually had to take the entire toilet off to get it out...haha oops

♥♪Megan♫♥ - posted on 09/13/2011

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My 6 year old is trying to help the cat get into the toilet again. Does that count? She's not flushing him.

Merry - posted on 09/13/2011

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Ive dropped my cell phone in the toilet! It was in my hand and i must have dazed off and I dropped it! It's never worked well since but my upgrade isn't for a month yet!

Merry - posted on 09/13/2011

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Oh yeah April, Eric too tries to use the plunger or the toilet brush in there......

Merry - posted on 09/13/2011

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Eric has washed his hands in the toilet,
gotten me cups of water from the toilet.
Put in boats and bath toys.
His 'rag' which is his comfort item
Not much! He's pretty good about knowing what not to do.can't complain with this one :) but I vet the feeling I'm going to have a totally new experience when Fierna is walking.....

April - posted on 09/11/2011

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my son generally hasn't discovered that putting things in toilets (other than the appropriate stuff) is fun. He usually tries to plunge the toilet himself with the plunger. However, he has put our standing toilet paper holder in the toilet bc he couldn't find the plunger.

♥♪Megan♫♥ - posted on 09/11/2011

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Dyan's post just reminded me of the time my papa (grandpa) was keeping an eye on my older daughter when she was 2 or 3. She wanted to wash his face and kept going into the bathroom to get water. It took us a while to find out that she was washing his face with water from the toilet! Thank God someone flushed it!

Leeann - posted on 09/11/2011

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lol you described my son! he put kitty litter into our toilet, dolls cars, um all manner of things, to this day our potty still doesnt work right.

♥♪Megan♫♥ - posted on 09/08/2011

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LOL my daughters haven't stuck anything in the toilet... well okay the older one put the cat in there but he got out!

My brother stuck my tea set in the toilet when he was 3 and a bar of Irish Spring soap. My parents saved the tea set by placing it in the dishwasher, but we ditched the soap

Rosie - posted on 09/07/2011

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i'm sure they have, but can't remember anything, lol. i DO know that they like to drink toilet water though...;D

Krista - posted on 09/07/2011

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We have these clear plastic things on our floor vents in our bedroom to direct the air...well, my 2 year old put one of them in the toilet one day. My husband goes up to use the washroom, and without seeing it, he sits down and does his business. It wasn't until he got up to flush and saw that his "business" was sitting several inches higher in the toilet than it should have been that he realized what happened. He fished it out, bagged it up...and we bought a new one lol!

September - posted on 09/07/2011

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Only T.P so far thank goodness! However one time when I was visiting my family in Florida and I had to use the restroom in the middle of the night and something told me to turn on the light and look in the toilet...good thing I did cause there was a HUGE lizard in it! I about pissed myself! My Daddy took care of it for me and I went on about my business.

Cara - posted on 09/07/2011

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My oldest has put cat poop from the kitty box(she used the scooper) because she said that poop was supposed to go in the potty. she's also put cat/dog food in it. but the worst was putting the poor cat in the potty after something she saw on AFV.

Ella - posted on 09/07/2011

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mm my daughter washed her dolls hair in the toilet just dunked her head in there thats about it

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Oh dear chrissey I can picture Ethan coaxing poppy into the loo to do that when she's a bit older lol.

Ethan has thrown a key and radiator key (hubbys a plumber) into the toilet at home. At my mil (she was looking after him) he has thrown whole toilet rolls, yet she hasn't learnt not to let him in the bathroom alone, and she salvages them - she just let's them dry out eeewww, that's one of the reasons I try my hardest not to use their toilet (the other being my FIL pees on the seat and leaves it there gross).

His favourite thing to shove down the loo is the toilet brush though, he's got it stuck a few times now grrr.

Vegemite - posted on 09/06/2011

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haha Marina I have share on this one. Whole roll of toilet paper, unrolled, clogged the toilet and flooded the bathroom, kitchen, laundry, playroom and office...yep nearly half the house. Match box cars, somehow they undid the taps and put those in, bath mat (flooded half the house again), their cuddle toys and really anything that'll fit or can be quashed in.

Can't forget the time the older one got the younger one to get it. HJ was so proud of himself that he could persuade his little brother to do something so naughty. They were having a great time laughing, flushing the toilet and they were both soaked.

Aleks - posted on 09/06/2011

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Socks and a singing Christmas raindeer (size of a small teddy) that sang White Christmas....lol
Loads of toilet paper.... and hmmmm.... I am sure there may have been more, probably, but there was a flush..so never to be discovered...

Tara - posted on 09/06/2011

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my oldest once flushed a paper coffee cup, it got stuck and backed the toilet up all over the floor, second floor bathroom too, so also all over my kitchen floor. Easy enough to fix though, I just shoved a coat hanger down several times to poke many holes in it.
I watched a friends kid who flushed money, all money, paper, coins, even fake money. And only money not sure why, I wonder if it had something to do with the saying "That's money down the drain" lol.

The weirdest thing I have found in my toilet would have been my wallet, with about $300 cash in it, all my credit cards, bank cards etc. too... through out the wallet, dried the cash and immediately put it in the bank, and bleached the hell out of all my cards. That was a 2 year old's handiwork.

Jane - posted on 09/06/2011

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Our son used to put my husband's watch and keys into the toilet and try to flush them. We had to keep the keys because they were the jail and courthouse keys (my husband was a bailiff), but the watches didn't survive. We found out later that he had also been flushing Legos, too. They apparently went down okay because we saw nothing in the toilet, but some weeks later the toilet stopped working. The plumber did a roto-rooter number on our sewer line only to find huge masses of red, yellow, green and blue plastic pieces. Aha! Legos!



And one of my nieces put every remote she could get her hands on into the toilet.

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Only a few whole rolls of paper. My 1 yr old has a thing about eating cardboard and paper so if i don't close the door he steals the paper and eats it.

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When my kid starting walking, I would tell her to put her pajamas in the dirty cloths basket in the bathroom. She put them in the toilet 3 times before she realized that it wasn't the basket. :)

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Gabby flushed a half eaten apple down the toilet. I called my landlord because it was backing up and Brad couldn't get it unclogged. So a plumber came out and literally had to take the toilet off to get the apple out.

Kate CP - posted on 09/06/2011

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I've never found anything in the toilet, personally. But my sister was brilliant and stuck her cell phone in her shirt pocket. She sat down, peed, and when she got up and turned around to flush it fell out of the pocket and into the toilet.

No, she didn't salvage it. But she did fish it out and throw it away.

Katherine - posted on 09/06/2011

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Nothing unusual, well a toothbrush and toys, but that's about it.

Sal - posted on 09/06/2011

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just loads and loads of paper by the kids...my mascara fell in last week....i not long cleaned the loo (like 5mins recent, not sevral days ago recent) so i just got it out, it would of pissed me no end if it got stuck and i'd have to pay a plummer to get it out.....

Amanda - posted on 09/06/2011

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Yeah not fun to unblock. You just have to make sure no ones done number 2s just before you stick your hand down there to pull it all out

~♥Little Miss - posted on 09/06/2011

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LOL, wholly crap! I am glad i am not alone. The whole roll of toilet paper, wowza. Glad I haven't had that one yet. What a pain to clean that up i am sure!

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I know this is the reverse, but my friend's son kept eating the toilet cleaner block :( Ewwwwwwwww!

Michelle - posted on 09/06/2011

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My oldest son once put the cordless home phone in the toilet. Didn't work too well after that :-)

Amanda - posted on 09/06/2011

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My daughter is the main culprit for shoving whole rolls of toilet roll down the toilet. She also has a thing for the drains outside, where I have found toy figurines, pegs, rocks, bits of whatever food she's had outside
I remeber once my grandad shoved my mums glasses in the toilet.

♏*PHOENIX*♏ - posted on 09/05/2011

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I have started to close the door in the past month...but sometimes Big brother does not remember....ugh and i might be busy doing something dont hear baby and find him in the bathroom...lol

Stifler's - posted on 09/05/2011

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We did find a lot of stuff in the drain out the side. The cover used to come off and we found hair spray, drum sticks, pegs, rocks all stuffed down there then Damian super glued it shut. We threw all that stuff out too.

Stifler's - posted on 09/05/2011

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Nothing just everything out of the toilet room like the spray the 3 spare rolls and he was trying to stuff it all down there with the toilet brush. From then on the door has remained firmly closed while Logan is around.

Lady Heather - posted on 09/05/2011

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My kid has never put anything in the toilet, but the people who lived here before us left the gift of a toy hammer in the upstairs one.

My dad's girlfriend somehow dropped her glasses in the toilet twice. The first time she didn't know. She just couldn't figure out where her glasses were. And then the toilet started acting up. So my husband went over there and took it apart and there were the freaking glasses. I really don't understand how you do that and I definitely don't understand how you could do it and not notice.

♏*PHOENIX*♏ - posted on 09/05/2011

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Depending on what it was and if there was any bodily fluids or solids determines if I throw the item away.
Like his baby tooth brush he threw in while his brother was peeing!! And so that was thrown away.

♏*PHOENIX*♏ - posted on 09/05/2011

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We have a two story house with the living room located on the second floor and so Mikah has thrown out the window toys, part of his toilet, car keys, his bottle, his fedora, clothes, food, water bottles, TV remote…many other things (the most unusual would be the part of his toilet that you take off and have to wash out after its been used)
He has put in the toilet whole rolls of toilet paper, his toothbrush, combs and brushes, clothes, pens, pencils, toys…and the most unusual would be bar of soap..glad that he does not know how to flush yet!!! O_o

Charlie - posted on 09/05/2011

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swimming goggles
whole toilet rolls
pens / pencils
dinosaurs
dummies
milk bottle
Do I salvage it ?
No.

Amber - posted on 09/05/2011

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Christian hasn't put anything in the toilet...but he did throw ALL of my keys (both cars, house, alarm, parents' houses...etc) down the heater duct.
We were remodeling and he just threw them right in. I was unwilling to tear apart the house to get them out, so they all had to be replaced.

Minnie - posted on 09/05/2011

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We've actually never had anything put in the toilet. But Evelyn did put a bag of M & M's in the fish tank a few years ago because "he was hungry."

JuLeah - posted on 09/05/2011

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Pull it out and wash it if you can ... when they 'feed' the DVD player, that can be spendy

Most unusual thing ... the pet frog - yes, salveged it - it suffered from PTSD until the cat got ahold of it .... now it is in a better place

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