Earth Is The Biggest Toilet In The World

About ten years ago, a boy went fishing near a friend's house. Long story short, after a few hours spent on waiting for fish to finally take the bait, he needed to pee. So he walked into an orchard in order know. He found a bush, he was ready, and before he could manage to 'unleash' everything he no longer needed, he heard a scream! He looked around, panicked, and saw two adults and two kids, all were female, walking towards him. So the scream was actually a shortened version of "Hey! I can see you...!!!"

That was the boy's first and last attempt to pee at a place not called 'toilet' and he failed disgracefully. He never tried or wanted to do it again since.

Well, this story only happened to this boy, or perhaps to certain people around the world. Which means, not everybody has encountered this kind of humiliating incidents, and even if we all have, not all of us learned or regretted that it happened. This leads to the main point of this entry.

Everyday we witness or hear about people (normally men) taking a leak at a place that is not meant for that activity. Bus stations, buildings' walls, car parks, playgrounds and more! As if those places have a signboard telling, "Do pee here for better results", like what is usually found on facial treatment products (they change the first three words of course).

I was thinking about this the other day. Thank God girls aren't provided with the same 'hose' like boys (even though some of them succeeded in visualizing the 'What a man can, a woman can too' attitude), thank God humans aren't made to pee every 10 minutes (even though I do that sometimes when the temperature is low), and thank God I hate Mathematics (this one has got nothing to do with anything).

What I'm trying to say is, if things were the other way round, then Earth would not last long, let alone to wait for 2012 (I give it two and a half stars out of five). My teacher (an ustaz) once told me that taking a leak in the most sincere thing we can ever do. Because we will never regret doing it and say "Oh no! I just peed! What a waste!". It is extremely true! But if it's done at a wrong place, well that's a whole different story.

Look around you now. Don't get shocked if one morning you wake up and see some yellowish liquid and they don't smell like tea, because someone just relieved himself at your house.


Just_najmiE November 28, 2009 at 8:08 PM  

on my way to Kuala Perlis just now, I saw a man peeing at the side of the highway.. do u know how disgusting that is?..

hey, I like 2012.. I give if 4.5 from 5 stars..

Anonymous November 28, 2009 at 8:35 PM  

urghh. cerita ini betul.
tapi actually rasanya civilized man tak buat camtuh kot?:)
anyway, kenapa awk bagi filem 2012 rating 2.5/5? is it that bad coz i'm looking forward to watch it:D

Igniz November 28, 2009 at 9:35 PM  

najmie: i can imagine it :P um..i guess we have different points of view on this movie..hehe :P

miss faten: ada je civilized people do, about 2012, it depends on individuals me the movie relies too much on the graphic and those special effects..the storyline n dialogues are so boring n predictable..huhu..but that's me. maybe u'll love it, who knows? :)

anak pak man November 29, 2009 at 1:22 PM  

i give 2012 7/10..

and about peeing in public, sometimes we're seriously forced to, unless we want to risk getting gall stones..
but yeah, it's still not a pretty sight..
and I'm wondering, was that little boy you? hehe :)

Healmie a.k.a BuRN November 29, 2009 at 2:22 PM  

Igniz: let me guess: ko tak baca latest entri blog aku kan? Coz i wrote about this 'noble' attitude last week.

Miss Faten: read my latest entry cz it'll change ur mind about 'civilized' man. hahaha. very unthinkable things do happen, u know.

Just Najmie: I go through almost the same story :-)

Igniz November 29, 2009 at 3:01 PM  

burn: tak pun. thanks to my berukband, aku takleh surf byk skrg ni.huhuhu.

anak pak man: kalau kes 'forced to' tu lain citer..yang dah jadi tabiat ni ha kene pantau..hehe. the boy? who knows? haha.

phyto hystrix November 30, 2009 at 6:59 PM  


Hope that it's not too late to wish slm Aidil Adha!:)

Uhum,wonder why.I believe that people are aware of the fact that this isn't a good act to practise,but then again it's always ignorance. To make things worst,simple mistakes do make us pay the price...ha,nampak dek org,malu je! Hahaha..

Igniz December 1, 2009 at 5:39 AM  

phyto hystrix: it is late! hehehe. salam Aidil Adha gak. :P
memang malu kalau orang nampak, tapi seems tak ramai di antara diorang yg yg kisah. huhuhu..

nkecik December 1, 2009 at 10:47 AM  


bdk dlm citer tuh ko eh? 2012 bes, graphic cun gile babeng, tapi storyline fanservice, cam haram. 3/5

Igniz December 1, 2009 at 11:26 AM  

nkecik: apekah apa? ini kisah benar yang berlaku di sekeliling kita tau...heheh. budak tu? entah. :P

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