Toilet Day In Japan??

Today is November 10th and unofficial toilet day in Japan which I think is an excrement occasion! To get to the bottom of the matter it’s because the numbers 11/10 (for Japanese use the American way of writing the date with the month coming first followed by the day) can be read in Japanese as ii to ire (いいといれ) which means good toilet (toire). If you think I am joking then I can ass-ure you that I am not taking the piss!

However, if you think this is just a cheap excuse for me to deposit some toilet humour then fear not as I will be plumbing to such depths and bowel-ing you over with the lowest form of sh*t, I mean wit! People of a sensitive nature had better not dare show their feces around here!

I’m getting all flushed just thinking of these wee-k gags but I’m not gonna get bogged down by them. I just had to get them out of my cistern and now I can put the lid on the matter!

About tokyofox

A Leicester City fan teaching English in Japan
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