Monday, January 23, 2006

Toilet Expert Explains How To Avoid Getting ‘Sheety’

CHICAGO (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – If you’re planning a party for the Super Bowl, make sure you keep your eye on the bowl.

That’s because Super Bowl Sunday often becomes “pooper bowl Sunday.” In fact, Roto-Rooter says it’s one of the biggest days for clogged toilets.

According to Mwanza Lumumba, an associate brand manager for Scott tissue, homes with older plumbing systems or low-flow toilets are especially prone to clogs, especially when they get a lot of use in a short amount of time, such as before the Super Bowl Halftime Show.

He says the company has studied the crappy clog problem for nearly ten years and figures the best way to avoid a “sheety” situation is to use no more than ten sheets of toilet paper at a time.

The actual T.P. is crucial as well. That’s why Scott has formulated its paper to dissolve faster than Janet Jackson’s career after her Super Bowl halftime appearance.

Scott is offering the straight poop about clogged toilets at

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