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use the bathroom

 and use the toilet
Euph. to urinate or defecate. May I be excused to use the bathroom? I have to use the toilet.
See also: bathroom, use
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A BAHRAINI has been locked up for a month for entering a stranger's apartment to use the toilet.
During questioning, the suspect said he had to "continuously" use the toilet because he was taking medication.
I take prescribed pills and I need to use the toilet a lot," he told prosecutors.
My son is currently learning to use the toilet and to make bum-wiping easier I sing a song called "put your bum up in the air".
Two teachers did use a points scheme to reward teams of pupils who did not ask to use the toilet during lessons.
Councillor Peter Boyes said: "Teachers encourage children to use the toilets in break times to reduce disruption during teaching time"Our investigation ascertained that no child was prevented from using the toilets outwith break times and no sanction was issued should they ask to go to the toilet during lessons.
His little nose scrunches up as he describes the nasty smell and how sometimes it's a race to use the toilet as quickly as possible and then get the hell out of there.
Teachers can, unwittingly, make life awkward and embarrassing for children wanting to use the toilet during lesson time.
I would only use the toilet if I really really needed it, otherwise I would try and hang on till I got home.
As memory fades, they won't use the toilet if they can't remember what it's for
Reasons for possible splits range from claustro-phobia, with 37% worrying about being with the other person all the time, to classic British modesty - 24% did not want to use the toilet while their lover was in the hotel room.
A labour court in San Paulo ordered the employer to pay 2,200 US dollars (pounds 1,400) to the 36-year-old woman who said supervisors never allowed her to use the toilets for more than five minutes at a time.
The pilot of the Boeing 767 from Mexico to Birmingham had to stop off in Goose Bay because passengers could not use the toilets in case they overflowed.
Some park users said they did not feel they could let their children use the toilets unsupervised.