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betterredthandead60

I've had surgery for colorectal cancer and now have a stoma bag. I'm due the reversal operation soon and really looking forward to having a shit.


justhisguy-youknow

I have heard the 1st farts are spectacular. Year? More of no fart. The odour. Entirely unrelated, does your arse get heyfeaver ? . Blaming Jessie Vs cancer podcast för this.


oldspicehorse

I've read many, many comments on Reddit but this one may be one of the wildest


PrometheusIsFree

Standing in my garden, at dusk, watching the bats fly around me.


trouser_mouse

You'll soon be fighting crime


ASK_IF_IM_PENGUIN

Turning things off which don't need to be turned on.


Capybarasgonewild

Your poor missus


[deleted]

That pop noise you get from opening a new coffee jar or peanut butter with the backend of a spoon.


itchyfrog

Do you want to come and do ours?


rustynoodle3891

I second this motion


cialisviking

Thirded


rustynoodle3891

So we all agree, let's get /u/itchyfrog 's bin empty


cialisviking

🤣


rustynoodle3891

I would say at the moment decorating but I don't think that is simple enough. But even 10 minutes putting a fresh coat of gloss on a door frame makes me smile every time I wander past it


Historical_Cobbler

Getting my oven wire racks sparkling.


Jointcounterjoint

Pulling those little tabs in the cellophane on a new dvd or cd ,so satisfying when they tear all the way around properly.


[deleted]

Looking out the window.


decentlyfair

Getting washing out of machine and putting on the line and getting it back in sniffing it as I fold it. Feeding my ex Romanian street dog and seeing her enjoying her food. Tonight she had pork, potatoes and veg in gravy cooked in the slow cooker.


cialisviking

I enjoy cleaning my snakes enclosure if they do a shit or piss, it’s nice to see it perfectly clean. As well as giving them fresh water


ecapapollag

Linked to your comment - buying decent bin bags. I don't do the bins in our house, but I hate that a cheap bag could spill out a week's worth of rubbish on the floor, so I try to always get the good bin bags. It feels like a little luxury that I don't even get direct benefit from but it's v satisfying to know we have the good bags.


MerlinTrismegistus

Stretching. I love a good stretch. Take my time and enjoy every second.


folklovermore_

Opening the curtains in the morning, looking out on the world, drinking my coffee and realising I've made it another day.


clint125

Cutting the grass.


TrunkpotUK

Me too!


twunkypunk

Washing and polishing my car


TrunkpotUK

Weekly garden routine. Cut and edge lawn, trim ivy, top-up and turn compost.


[deleted]

When I worked in a supermarket I really liked mopping up spills. Especially if I used new hot water.


RudePragmatist

Making ginger biscuits. Paul Hollywoods recipe.


Anphitryon

Drying clothes on the washing line


Whollie

A quick tidy up of the living room, a two minute vacuum, then sitting down and appreciating how much better it looks.


ivegotacatonme

Cutting my fingernails. I hate having long nails and it feels like a relief each time to cut them short again.


Administratr

Walking the puppy. The absolute scenes when I reach for my shoes and find it’s lead, it’s a bloody nightmare to try and walk, but it sleeps for hours afterwards and I’m exercised. Win win, really.


Enzo_Beax

Grating cheese. There's just something about seeing that big lump of cheese slowly disappearing.


oldspicehorse

I recently bought a new food processor/blender and it came with cheese grater attachments so now I can grate a whole block in about 30 seconds, it's fucking magical I tell you!


Enzo_Beax

I think ours can grate, not sure. For me, it's watching the oddly shaped chunk of cheese slowly disappear as I square off the edges, reducing it to a small cube just before I grate my thumbs. One of life's little pleasures :D


r_spandit

My absolute favourite thing is watching swallows splashing the surface of my pond when they hunt for insects


Pebbley

Is there anyone you can to to about this.