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anon

United States

#1 Oct 4, 2006
All info says it is bad to flush used condoms down the toilet, as they plug up the toilet, however i always flush my used rubbers withn problems. Seems the best and neatest way of disposal.
anon

United States

#2 Oct 17, 2006
When my girlfriend and I started having sex we always used condoms. As there were others in the apartment she was afraid others might find the used rubbers in the waste basket and suggested I flush them down the toilet. I was aprehensive they might cause trouble, but they flushed ok, so all our rubbers have been flushed ever since.
anon

United States

#3 Oct 17, 2006
anon wrote:
When my girlfriend and I started having sex we always used condoms. As there were others in the apartment she was afraid others might find the used rubbers in the waste basket and suggested I flush them down the toilet. I was aprehensive they might cause trouble, but they flushed ok, so all our rubbers have been flushed ever since.
Don't lose any sleep over it. Most everybody flushes them after use.
anon

United States

#4 Oct 19, 2006
I wish they would quit advising not to flush condoms. It is the best way to dispose of the messy things.I always flush my rubbers down the toilet, just as most condom users do, with never any trouble.
anon

United States

#5 Oct 22, 2006
Flush your condoms down the toilet. It is the best way to dispose of your used rubbers.
Matt

San Diego, CA

#6 Nov 6, 2006
I've always flushed with no problem. I can't imagine leaving the evidence in a wastebasket for your kid or someone else to find.

The toilet is faster and you know they're gone in just seconds, leaving no evidence behind.

For those afraid that a used rubber will clog their toilet, I share an incident with my two year old. I have two sons and the two year old was in the bathroom as his older brother walked in looking for the underwear he had left on the counter. The little guy flushed the toilet as his brother walked in and his brother saw his jockey brief (previously on the counter) swirling in the toilet now being flushed down. They both stood by as the brief got flushed away.

I admit my surprise on their quick demise, I would have expected to have to snake them out, but they were already gone. The toilet flushed them right out to the sewer. I called a plumber to ask if the toilet flushed normally, if we had any issues. He replied that if they didn't get stopped by the trap, they were already long gone.

Bottom line, if a toilet can dispose of a pair of tighty whities with no problem, it can no doubt easily dispose of the hundreds of rubbers I've flushed down over the years.

So, despite warnings otherwise, I'll keep flushing mine and encourage others to simply toss and flush.
anon

United States

#7 Jan 27, 2007
Flushing condoms after use has always been the disposal used by most. It works just fine.
anon

United States

#8 Mar 30, 2008
Where do all these stories about toilets plugged with condoms come from. I always flush my rubbers after sex and never have had a single problem. Seems the best disposal to me.
anon

United States

#9 Jan 31, 2009
For years most used condoms have been flushed down the toilet.It is still the best disposal.
anon

United States

#10 Apr 19, 2009
Flushing your used rubbers seems to me to be the best disposal
anon

United States

#11 May 7, 2009
I slways flush condoms. Just like evertbody else does.
Ted Johnson

United States

#12 Jan 8, 2010
I hve signed my full name, brcause I am not ashamed to say I always flush my condoms down the toilet after sex with my wife, just as most everybody does.
carolyn

United States

#13 Mar 4, 2010
my boyfriend always flushws our used rubbers down the toilet, I very much appreciate his yhoughfulness.
anon

Stoughton, MA

#14 Mar 30, 2010
b**** flush it who cares!
David Bates

Louisville, KY

#15 Jun 19, 2010
Matt wrote:
I've always flushed with no problem. I can't imagine leaving the evidence in a wastebasket for your kid or someone else to find.
The toilet is faster and you know they're gone in just seconds, leaving no evidence behind.
For those afraid that a used rubber will clog their toilet, I share an incident with my two year old. I have two sons and the two year old was in the bathroom as his older brother walked in looking for the underwear he had left on the counter. The little guy flushed the toilet as his brother walked in and his brother saw his jockey brief (previously on the counter) swirling in the toilet now being flushed down. They both stood by as the brief got flushed away.
I admit my surprise on their quick demise, I would have expected to have to snake them out, but they were already gone. The toilet flushed them right out to the sewer. I called a plumber to ask if the toilet flushed normally, if we had any issues. He replied that if they didn't get stopped by the trap, they were already long gone.
Bottom line, if a toilet can dispose of a pair of tighty whities with no problem, it can no doubt easily dispose of the hundreds of rubbers I've flushed down over the years.
So, despite warnings otherwise, I'll keep flushing mine and encourage others to simply toss and flush.
Your younger son probably threw the tighty whities into the toilet wondering why his older brother is wearing underwear that looks just like diapers. Your older son stood by and let them flush hoping that they would be replaced with something respectable like boxers or boxer briefs. Why are you clothing your son in Jockey® briefs??? Are you hoping to make a social outcast of him??? Let the boy have some up to date underwear for a change.
David Bates

Louisville, KY

#16 Jun 21, 2010
Matt wrote:
I've always flushed with no problem. I can't imagine leaving the evidence in a wastebasket for your kid or someone else to find.
The toilet is faster and you know they're gone in just seconds, leaving no evidence behind.
For those afraid that a used rubber will clog their toilet, I share an incident with my two year old. I have two sons and the two year old was in the bathroom as his older brother walked in looking for the underwear he had left on the counter. The little guy flushed the toilet as his brother walked in and his brother saw his jockey brief (previously on the counter) swirling in the toilet now being flushed down. They both stood by as the brief got flushed away.
I admit my surprise on their quick demise, I would have expected to have to snake them out, but they were already gone. The toilet flushed them right out to the sewer. I called a plumber to ask if the toilet flushed normally, if we had any issues. He replied that if they didn't get stopped by the trap, they were already long gone.
Bottom line, if a toilet can dispose of a pair of tighty whities with no problem, it can no doubt easily dispose of the hundreds of rubbers I've flushed down over the years.
So, despite warnings otherwise, I'll keep flushing mine and encourage others to simply toss and flush.
Your younger son probably threw the tighty whities into the toilet wondering why his older brother is wearing underwear that looks just like diapers. Your older son stood by and let them flush hoping that they would be replaced with something respectable like boxers or boxer briefs. Why are you clothing your son in Jockey® briefs??? Are you hoping to make a social outcast of him??? Let the boy have some real underwear for a change.
anon

United States

#17 Sep 21, 2010
how did the idea get started that a used rubber can't be flushed down the toilett safely? I been flushing mine for years qithout peoblems,
thud

Forest City, PA

#18 Oct 9, 2010
this has been my biggest worry for years,the first
thing on my mind when i first wake up and the last thing on my mind when i close my eyes at night.Is
this all you have to worry about my little daffodils?
blaa

Salford, UK

#20 Jan 7, 2013
you shouldnt flush them due to excessive issues with the clogging of pipes and diestribution systems which lead to the waste water treatmnet plant. Systems such as screens cannot 100% gurantee the capture of you johnies and so long story short...YOUR johnnies cause the waste water treatment plant to incraeses the maintenence and I dont want your retard sperm infested johnies in my water supply your dirty wankers! Put them in the bin Like your supposed to ....you keep going on with clogging , yes they can disrupt or cause issues with mechanical parts of treatment works and are diffult to sieve and retain because of thier LATEX propeeties like balloons. they should not be flushed....put them in the bin....you dirty fuckers so they can be sent to the waste tip instead of causing WWTW more problems
Your sincerly
YOUR MUM!!!!
flushing

Tipton, UK

#21 Jan 10, 2013
Well...I just flushed mine. Let's hope I don't get caught by the condom police.

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