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Old 08-05-2018, 01:54 PM   #31
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How do i unclog a toilet that has been clogged with a toothbrush and has feces in it?
Bare handed works best so you can feel the toothbrush and pull it out.
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Old 08-05-2018, 02:33 PM   #32
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What a clown house this is today and we get another one asking if he can brush his teeth if his tooth brush fell in the toilet.
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How do i unclog a toilet that has been clogged with a toothbrush and has feces in it?
You will need to first siphon out the water so you can see how it is wedged in there. Just like you do when siphoning gas, just put a hose in there, suck on the other end until a little gets in your mouth then put the hose in the tub or a bucket to drain into. *Just this one time, spit instead of swallowing*

Once empty you will now know what you are up against. Be carefull not to just pry really hard as you could break the toilet. You may need to use a torch to melt the toothbrush out.
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You will need to first siphon out the water so you can see how it is wedged in there. Just like you do when siphoning gas, just put a hose in there, suck on the other end until a little gets in your mouth then put the hose in the tub or a bucket to drain into. *Just this one time, spit instead of swallowing*

Once empty you will now know what you are up against. Be carefull not to just pry really hard as you could break the toilet. You may need to use a torch to melt the toothbrush out.
Why in the hell are you giving trade secrets away like that! Not cool at all man!
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Am I getting a serious answer?Is that hard?
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Not until you read the rules and can understand them. This has been stated to you already in your thread.

I wouldn’t hire you. You might be able to read, but you have no comprehension.
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Ok @OpenSights I read the rules.Now,can I get a decent answer?
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But you also violated the rules.I treated you with respect and you laughed of me.How would you call that?
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Ok @OpenSights I read the rules.Now,can I get a decent answer?
Wow, you are dense. Just get a job at Walmart. You’ll fit right in.
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Wolly, if you can answer this without googling, I’ll try to give you a sincere response.

What is the number one reason manhole covers are round?
I know I know...frisbee playing....
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