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Hot4mil Hot4mil 36-40, M 9 Answers Feb 21, 2011

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It isn't something we say here in England. We don't 'Take' something unless we are actually taking it (of course.) In fact, when we use the toilet we say we are going to the toilet (only in necessary, of course) but no-one, and I do mean no-one, I ever know or knew ever said they were 'taking' anything when they used the toilet. I do know the word 'Toilet' is hard for some in the US of A, but it's better than saying we are going to the bathroom when, in actual fact, we are using the toilet. When I use the bathroom I need a towel because I am either showering or bathing; that's common sense ... isn't it? :-)<br />
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Your taking it to the bathroom.

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It's one of those things.. like why do we park our cars on the driveway and drive 'em on the parkway.

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idk but i personally prefer leaving them rather than taking them.

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I never say "dump". It's always ****.

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hmmmm................ hmmm indeed.

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😮 mind blone

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