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Offline J Michael

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Many dogs, and not a few cats are toilet water connoisseurs.  I believe there is a cooling effect.

Water is well known for that property. 

Dogs are well-known for their propensity to eat their own (and others') feces and vomit.  Cats will happily clean their anuses with their tongues.  Perhaps this all adds to their willingness to consume toilet water, or perhaps even creates in them a kind of desire for it, given the scatological and urological properties it most likely contains.
This is far too much analysis for a Monday morning. lol

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For the serious toilet connoisseur...

The term planet earth is an innovation which has arisen in recent centuries with the error of heliocentrism.

If one wants to confess a pure doctrine of Orthodoxy, they should be careful not to refer to the earth as a planet, unlike the current Pope as well as Patriarch Kirill and Patriarch Bartholomew, who regularly speak in error when they refer to our planet earth.

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"Sometimes you're the windshield.  Sometimes you're the bug." ~ Mark Knopfler (?)