Monday, September 08, 2008

Toilet Talk

I am sick and tired of coming back every weekend to the college and discovering that the toliet I regularly use has turned into a sewage itself. Every Sunday, whenever I peek into the toilet, there's bound to be things that other people besides tuan-punya-badan should not see. The smell is like fermented cencaluk that is further fermented under the sun until it bubbles. I mean, we boast that we're civilised human beings but if you can't take care of the place you defecate in, how do you call yourself one?

There's no point being super-smart or super-gorgeous if you expect someone else to mind your s**t. I don't consider myself a clean freak or something like that but it's just logical that you'd check the toilet before you leave it. I just have the habit to clean the toilet each time I use it because I know I'm sharing and I wouldn't want other people to suffer any kind of inconveniences because of me. Sadly, it is probably only me who thinks so. I know that I am the only one who cleans the toilet because I've tried refraining from doing any cleaning and the place turned into a wreck. And the stuff that I deal with is filthy and annoying. I mean, how the hell did you do it that it gets spread all over the place and then, you'd expect someone else to clean it? Simply mind boggling, nose bothering and throat choking...

We've talked about it like grown ups, things have been bought for the purpose yet people still refuse to participate and assume responsibility. If it doesn't start at your own home, how do we expect to create a socially conscious and civic minded society? No wonder the public toilets are in its worst condition because so-called educated people act as such. I'm sorry that I have to resort to writing a blog here and bitch about it but all those days spent cleaning the toilet has its toll on me.

3 comments:

Anastácio Soberbo said...

Hej! I Love bloggen.
Tyvärr inte skriva mer, men min ryska är dåligt.
En kram från Portugal

Anastácio Soberbo said...

Hello, I like this blog.
Sorry not write more, but my English is not good.
A hug from Portugal

Nina Samad said...

yes, yes, i agree. i get all emo as well every time we come back after a long holiday or weekend to find that someone has used the toilet but don't even try to clean it a bit pun. kalo ko siram clorox kat dinding pun, it would actually help. dahla barang2 pembersihan tu dh dibeli, and you (not u ana, am referring to the other bigger population) weren't the one who had to go n buy it n bawak berat2 balik, some more u refuse to keep the house clean. haiyah, dah umur 23 tahun pon tak reti nak jage ur own s**t, n ur own hair which keeps falling on the floor and gathering itself in the shower. dumb dumb betul...