Double entendres and crude puns aside, the saga of Larry Craig and the toilet cop has been a welcome relief from stories of endless forest fires and hot summer days.
One local office has a set of “rules” posted on the stall of the men’s room which include:
–Wide stance not permitted
–No toe tapping
–Leave papers on the floor
–No luggage inside the stall
Followed by the explanation, “This is NOT a Congressional privy.”
Two guys at a local bar nearly got in a fight when one accidentally rubbed ankles with another under the table and was challenged, “Did you just brush your foot against mine dude? What is that supposed to mean?”
Men all over Idaho–all over America– are secretly trying to figure how to accomplish a “wide stance” sitting on the toilet with their pants around their ankles. Seems impossible to do and still get a foot under the divider.
Children caught with their hand in the cookie jar or violating the parental curfew are already telling parents, “The Statesman made me do it.”
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