Acid Heroes

January 21, 2017

Yet another encounter with yet another Serial Flusher

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I just ran into yet another Serial Flusher. One of those nuts who goes into public restrooms and flushes the toilet over and over and over again. For no reason. I’m starting to think this is a more common form of mental illness than I realized. This is at least the fifth or sixth Serial Flusher I’ve run into over the last couple of years

So I decided to fix this guy’s wagon. I’m standing at the sink and I suddenly announced in a loud voice:

“YES, OFFICER, THERE’S THIS NUT IN THE STALL OVER THERE WHO KEEPS FLUSHING THE TOILET OVER AND OVER!”

(and then in a lower voice) “OH REALLY? ANOTHER ONE OF THEM SERIAL FLUSHERS?”

“YES, OFFICER. RIGHT IN THAT STALL OVER THERE!”

(in a lower voice) “THANKS, SIR. WE’LL TAKE CARE OF THAT NUT AS SOON AS HE GETS OUT OF THE STALL! ”

So now the guy is sitting there in the stall. Cowering in fear. Expecting that he’s gonna get jumped by the cops as soon as he gets out of the stall.

What can I say. I’m just a good American doing what I can to help conserve water.

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2 Comments »

  1. I worked at a state hospital & water was one the patient’s favorite preoccupations, the other was electricity & the women were always pregnant with & giving birth to phantom babies.

    Comment by Jon — January 28, 2017 @ 2:00 am | Reply

    • Yeah, I think there’s something about the running water that has a hypnotizing affect on some people.

      Comment by Ace Backwords — February 6, 2017 @ 8:45 pm | Reply


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