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Old 06-10-2018, 06:22 PM   #43
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OPP! Other people's poo.
I would do it. Especially if they were in front of me at a dump station.
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OPP! Other people's poo.

I would do it. Especially if they were in front of me at a dump station.


Rather clean it out of my hose than off my wheel wells...
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Would you let them use your bathroom ? What's the difference ?
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I have loaned one to a friend. We were in a park where it was long way to the sewer connection, and they were a few feet short of hose. I knew it'd be returned as clean as they got it.
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Of course, I also gave away a fresh water hose, RV Toilet paper, chocks, orange stackers and other various rv related products to include trading out a full propane tank for an empty. My life is to short to worry about getting back a 10 dollar piece of used equipment. If you need it I probably got it, don't be afraid to ask. As with the others I have seen the ground dump in action and if they would have asked I would gladly give, just so I didn't have to stand in their waste.
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I'd let someone borrow my spare. As long as they return it clean.
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I guess it might matter to someone that thinks their poo doesn't stink. Otherwise,, poo is poo for the most part. I don't want to handle mine or anyone elses but i really don't think the inside of the hose cares.
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A few years ago, I switched from the normal, garden-variety, turd herder to the SewerSolutions Macerator system. Some folks who had just purchased a travel trailer couldn't figure out how to bridge the distance from the "cap" and the dump pipe. It sounded like the dealer provided them with a white water hose but no turd herder. At any rate, I still had my "normal" turd herder, which I really didn't need so I gave it to them along with the elevating hose support gadget. It made their day and I was happy to help them out.
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Would you let them use your bathroom ? What's the difference ?
Someone let me use their bathroom once. I was at a crisis moment with nothing but wheat fields and the freeway with nowhere to hide. This nice lady at a farmhouse let me in and I have been forever grateful. If you need my bathroom or stinky slinky just ask. I wonít say no.
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I'd let someone borrow my spare. As long as they return it clean.
If they don't, isn't it too late?
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I would. I always try to help someone if I can. If it be with dealing with stink pickles or anything else. It's just who I am.
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