The last line is so true.
I don't know about the backyard seat thing. What would Mother Nature say?
It works both ways: You can also "go" to the "bathroom" without "going to the bathroom."
I'm pretty sure that's what most of the women in a given pack are doing, in fact...
I think the only possible relevant comment is: "You gotta be s**tting me"?
My philosophy: When in doubt, squirt it out... Or, a queef bed is best left unsaid.
"You're saying the bathroom is in your head."
I laughed so hard.
'Psychology': the 'P' is silent, as in 'Hedge'.
Lmfao this one was brilliant.
Third panel, "Well I can't disagree with that" actually made me LOL! I NEVER LOL!!! Well played, sir.
Mother nature would recognize that the backyard is now my property by the law of peeing on things. Though it'd be in stiff competition with many neighborhood dogs.
Guffaws! I certainly got a load of that.
I have strongly considered installing a lock on my seat to make sure it stays up at all times.
If you never take a leak outside then you might as well live in an apartment.
Isn't the yelling about seats when guys leave them DOWN? I can't see any downside of leaving the backyard's seat UP, except that it could be rather chilly to sit on. Of course up or down, if your aim is really bad there'll be yelling about the backyard's floor needing to be mopped.
Brilliance, dear sir... sheer brilliance!
"If I only talked when people want to hear it, I'd never talk at all!" is pretty profound right there. You know what you should do, Scott? Pretend to want to listen to him all the time.
We have two 'grand-dogs,' a Yorkie and a Scottie. When we have both here, the Yorkie will hike to mark his territory. The Scottie will stand over him, and mark both the territory and Yorkie.
What does a man do standing up, a woman do sitting down, and a dog do on three legs.
This is a really good one. I like how every panel has a punchline.
Actual conversation with my neighbor:
"Your dog keeps coming over to my house and using the bathroom!"
"Well, don't let him in the house."
"No, he's using the bathroom in my yard!"
"You have a bathroom in your yard? Did the town give you a permit for that?"
*slams phone down*
We keep the dog inside now. The neighbor still doesn't speak to me.
Leave the seat up... leave the sit down... HOW ABOUT EVERYBODY CLOSE THE #$%^ LID?!?
My kids were watching Phineas and Ferb this morning and Phineas uttered that "deep philosophical insight."
Good one Scott, especially panel three.And remember, as men, the world is our urinal.
Okay, until the last panel, I thought he was referring to going in his pants.
I once read a version of the Bible that translated 1 Samuel 24:3(And he came to the sheepcotes by the way, where was a cave; and Saul went in to cover his feet...)asAnd he came to the sheepcotes by the way, where was a cave; and Saul went in to go to the bathroom.That translation cracked me up. They had some well furnished caves in those days.