So you can only imagine some of the adventures, both good and bad, that occur in there. But I won't tell you all of them in one post.
I will, however, tell you the most recent bathroom adventure in our second-grade room. Ahem.
Little guy I'll call Loudie (he's just kinda loud all the time...and it's hysterical) went into the bathroom and was in there for a long time. Like a really long time. He finally came out, went over to the sink, and washed his hands. Meanwhile, a little girl I'll call Cutie entered the bathroom after a long wait. Like a really long wait. All of a sudden, she came out yelling, "Ew! It stinks in there!"
You should know by now that second graders can't just leave well enough alone.
I mean, hello, the first week of school Loudie farted twice during the same Community Circle session. (May I just add that he wasn't embarrassed AT ALL and said "excuse me" like he just sneezed or something normal.)
Anyway...if you and I are warned that something stinks, we'd get far away from said stink, right? Not true of second graders. Cutie kept yelling, "Oh, Loudie, that's nasty! You stink!" to which Loudie replied, "Hey, whatever! I had to make a poo." Then Cutie's friend came over, apparently to smell the stink for herself and said, "Oh, man, Loudie, you're sick! Whoa!" More people started joining all the stink-smelling until yours truly broke up the celebration and rained on their stinky parade.
If you like this bathroom story, you will find many other related bodily stories on this lovely blog. If you don't, well...you might have to find another blog to entertain you.