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I got lazy with my bucket toilet (comic)

 
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Permaculture potty humor. Now I'll remember how composting toilets work forever.
 
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I usually grab a stick or an empty TP roll and use it to make a bit more room...
 
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I believe I may be scarred for life ... won't ever be able to look at a tool bucket the same.
 
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I have storage for full and empty pails as well as extra sawdust in the entranceway near the bathroom. I do not always have an empty pail there but I am trying hard to be diligent to avoid becoming a cartoon.
 
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Great idea!
 
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I have to give my wife credit for this innovation. She got tired of me leaving the pails in sight in the entranceway and decided to repurpose a shelf into a bench storage unit. It will hold three pails and a part bag of sawdust out of sight. This is one week's containers for us, the last empty going in around the one week mark. Three to the compost and start again.
 
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Travis Halverson wrote:




This is the grossest thing I've ever seen in my life, and I lived it.

Loved it! Loved it, I mean.
 
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Been there....
Now we keep spare poop bucket and pee bottle next to the loo!
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