Getting a Goodnight sleep is important for your mood and maintain an overall healthy lifestyle. But is it always possible? Recently, people encountering reptiles mainly snakes resting in their toilet have scared the bejesus out of them. And why not? After a stressful day, nobody wants uninvited guests, relaxing in the toilet, at least. Since these incidents have spread made the news, you must notably check your toilet, before you sit to pee, especially at night. Don’t you? A Twitter user, who shared one such incident, “There’s a Rat in the Toilet,” made everyone realise they had THIS primal fear. Snake Bit an Australian Woman’s Butt in the Toilet, Here’s What Happened Next!
Twitter user, Nicole Cliffe gave many a phobia they did not realise they had. In a tweet, she detailed a recent incident of how one of her children found a rat, inside their toilet. “Half an hour after the kids went to bed, one of them came to Steve in the kitchen and said they couldn’t poop bc there was a rat in their toilet,” writes Cliffe, stressing on “Reader, there was a rat in their toilet.” Rats making their way to the toilets is not an anomaly. They can sweep up the sewer lines, landing into your toilet bowls, especially if the sewage system is old. And so can snakes, lizards and many other reptiles. Python Slithers into Indian-Style Commode; Mumbai Resident Faints After Spotting It.
Here's the Viral Tweet:
half an hour after the kids went to bed, one of them came to Steve in the kitchen and said they couldn’t poop bc there was a rat in their toilet
reader, there was a rat in their toilet
— Nicole Cliffe (@Nicole_Cliffe) July 25, 2019
Readers, who are always habituated with this act now, shared their horrific stories, while most noted how it could be a phobia, they never knew they had.
When I lived in Nicaragua, a friend’s wife got bit on the ass by a rat as she went to the bathroom in the middle of the night. Total long-needle-rabies protocol in the abdomen.
— Snuffy (@saintsnuffy) July 25, 2019
This is also good: pic.twitter.com/2drDAOaiUM
— Jarin (@Jarin50926789) July 25, 2019
When I was a kid on the Texas Gulf Coast, a HUGE snake came UP through the toilet. I was in the bath tub at the time. The thing stood up to look at me. Mama made mashed snake before my eyes. No one made poop in my house for a week. It was right after a hurricane.
— Marcia Mohr (@mlmohr) July 25, 2019
Always Look Before You Sit Down
I once stayed at a friends house in Georgia & I went to pee & there was a SCORPION *IN* the toilet bowl & I was like, oh good i didn’t know i needed to be worried about such a thing but now i will never not look for a scorpion before i sit down
— Sarah Kay (@kaysarahsera) July 25, 2019
My parents say in Kindegarten I ran in to go to the bathroom then started screaming because a *very upset* frog tried to jump out of the toilet when I tried to drown him 😆
— Jen Wellllll Actually... (@jenwells) July 25, 2019
Theirs is Still Alive & Pet
We had a BABY rat in ours! Still alive! Swimming his best! Squealing pitifully for help! My mom rescued him, set him up in a little recovery room & warned off would-be disturbers with this sign pic.twitter.com/uUt0oR0LtK
— Miranda Robinson (@MirRobinson) July 25, 2019
No. NO. I HAVE LITERAL NIGHTMARES ABOUT THIS AND SOMETIMES HAVE TO GET OFF THE TOILET MID-PEE JUST TO CHECK IF I FORGOT TO LOOK BEFORE I SAT DOWN
— Louisa 🌈👭 (@LouisatheLast) July 25, 2019
Those, who have never built up this habit, until now, will forever check their toilet bowls before sitting down to pee or do their business. Do you take a look at the toilet before sitting down?