By Serena Dorman of Mommy Cusses
If you’re a boy mom, you know that once you start potty training, your bathrooms will look and smell like a thing of nightmares. Urine-drenched nightmares.
Cleaning the bathroom is a chore I have listed alongside things like changing a baboon’s diaper after a recent bout of food poisoning and sponge-bathing the skin cheese of a stranger’s FUPA.
Going #1 when you’re a little boy can be tricky, so I’ve slapped together this fun little how-to as a guide. Feel free to add more disgusting pee acts or modify the steps as you see fit.
1. Begin by pissing all over the seat. Be liberal. Be thorough. Lift up the toilet seat and pee all over the bottom of it, paying special attention to the little screws at the hinges that hold it in place, and on top of the toilet rim. Don’t be a slacker. Outline the impossible-to-clean crevices of the toilet’s base like a disgusting tinkle goblin.
2. Because you are an endless source of vibrant, yellow, biohazard, dehydrated pee (because you never fucking stop doing things long enough to drink water until I rage-shriek at you to do so), you’ve still got plenty of urine to expel. Usually at the most inconvenient times and places, like the pot of an artificial ficus tree in the middle of a funeral service…for someone we don’t know.
Go ahead and helicopter your tiny baby junk. That’s it. Like a happy baby elephant. And like Elsa, “let it go.” All over the bathroom.
Pretend that you’re a sprinkler – one of those cheap, faulty, old-school ones that sort of twitches water all over the place – only with your special brand of liquid gold. If you know you’ll be expecting company later, take it an extra step further and pee in the grout lines of the tile floor.
3. Now it’s time to get rid of any excess by shaking it like a polaroid picture. Be sure to step away from the toilet during this time so that you leave a trail of pee droplets on the bathroom floor for Mommy to step in later, Hansel and Gretel style. Dribble some on your underwear, pants, shorts.
If you’re a little clean freak and you decide to clean up your trail of pee, use one of the fancy hand towels. The ones you’re not supposed to touch because they’re “just for looks.” You know the ones. BECAUSE I TELL YOU NOT TO TOUCH THEM ALL THE FREAKING TIME.
4. Before you leave the bathroom, you need to ensure that the pee you’ve gotten on your hands dries into a thin, slightly tacky film. Stall a little bit. Make faces in the mirror, paint the mirror with your tongue, finger paint the mirror by spreading the saliva that is now on there with your pee-dampened hands, use Mommy’s toothbrush like a screwdriver and pretend to loosen the urine-soaked screws on the toilet lid, touch every surface possible with your gross hands after you’ve messed with your junk no fewer than one million times.
5. Now that the pee film on your hands has been baked to perfection, exit the bathroom. No need to flush the toilet; that’s a fun little gift you like to leave for Mommy to find later. She loves it. Gasps in amazement each and every time and screams your name excitedly.
Finally, go up to your mother and affectionately grab her by the face with both of your hands now that they’ve been given a nice coat of urine. Play that game where you mess with her lips while she makes noise. Brrrrbrrrrbrrr. Pretend to be a dentist and use your fingers to give Mom an exam.
A version of this post was first published on Mommy Cusses.
About the Author
Serena Dorman is a potty mouthed blogger at Mommy Cusses, freelance writer, artist, and mother. Her mission is to make people laugh at the shit storm that is motherhood. You can find more from her on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.