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Unusual Clubs/Societies - are you a member? by Katherine_B on 11 August 2005 9:12pm
 
As we've had the bloke in the Stetson hat, are there any other members of this grouo that also belong to odd organisations or societies?

To get the ball rolling, I'm a member of the British Toilet Association!
 
Re: Unusual Clubs/Societies - are you a member? by tucsonmike on 12 August 2005 6:53am
 
The British toilet association. Do you grade them, build them (like Habitat for Humanity), etc. Nosy minds want to know.
:-)
Liked the comment about some bloke in a Stetson hat. Just need the boots and the sidearm.
Mike
 
Re: Unusual Clubs/Societies - are you a member? by intrepid on 19 August 2005 3:36pm
 
The British Toilet Association? What does the BTA do? Seeing as very few toilets use the internet (I'm generalizing, I know), I'm guessing that membership is open to people, too. How would a non-toilet like me join?
 
Re: Unusual Clubs/Societies - are you a member? by LynneD on 19 August 2005 4:02pm
 
Nothing as exotic as yours Katherine! If you join, do you have to mind your "p's" and "q's"???? Please tell us more!
 
Re: Unusual Clubs/Societies - are you a member? by tucsonmike on 20 August 2005 4:01am
 
Toilets on the internet. It's like the cartoon with the two dogs and the caption, "on the Internet, no one knows you're a dog."
Mike
 
Re: Unusual Clubs/Societies - are you a member? by SimonFawkes on 22 August 2005 6:59pm
 
I'm surprised this thread isn't flush with toilet humour!
 
Re: Unusual Clubs/Societies - are you a member? by tucsonmike on 23 August 2005 2:05am
 
LOL! Simon. The bathroom humor Oh no! LOL!
Mike
 
Re: Unusual Clubs/Societies - are you a member? by kazzzz on 23 August 2005 3:54pm
 
There's really nowhere to go after the British Toilet Association...nothing beats that at all!!
 
Re: Unusual Clubs/Societies - are you a member? by tucsonmike on 24 August 2005 2:57am
 
True Kaz. Toastmasters isn't even close to being in the same category though my dad thinks Toastmasters has to enter the 21st Century and become Microwavers.
Mike
 
Re: Unusual Clubs/Societies - are you a member? by maddog76 on 24 August 2005 4:19pm
 
This string is getting too big to flush!
I agree with kazzz... I dare everyone to beat BTA.. this must be unique..

Mike, I didn't meet any dogs here so far.. must be the climate! lol.
Rob
 
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