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The differences between men and women have been the subject of books, TV shows, movies, theatre, and basically any kind of artistic expression in existence. And now? Those differences are getting thoroughly skewered on Twitter.


It all started when Jodie Grace asked her Twitter followers what the strangest thing they ever found in a man's bathroom was.

There was this man, who apparently keeps some strange company while using the toilet.

And this potentially dangerous way to fix a plumbing problem.

We're slightly suspicious of this turtle shell.

There's this friend over the door handle.

In fairness, one never knows when they're going to need to make a sandwich.

Or eat a bowl of cereal.

And this man figured out an interesting way to install a new shelf.

Bill Nye made an appearance.

This toothbrush holder may need constant replacement.

We're not quite sure if this was a pet or dinner.

We've all been told that we shouldn't flush certain things down the toilet, but this is a whole new level.

There's this abandoned fork.

And some major toilet paper theatrics.


Men...are you all doing okay?

I eat just about anything, but can't say I'm a fan of okra. Might it have to do with the way it is typically prepared, at least in my experience? It's slimy. It shouldn't be. It would probably taste better fried. But I have friends from the South who swear it is heaven on a plate.

But there's more than food that's disgusting. Like... why do people idolize Joe Exotic, the Tiger King? He's a sexual predator and a criminal. I know we all needed something to watch during lockdown, but damn. Don't tattoo his face on your body!

People shared their opinions after Redditor blackismyfavcolorlol asked the online community,

"What's that one disgusting thing that everybody except you seems to like?"
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