Toilet Training Balls

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  • Kimitatsu
    Kimitatsu Posts: 3,894 Forumite
    I used ping pong balls - btight yellow with a smiley face drawn on them.

    Far cheaper than £6.49! It worked great when they were little now I just need them to concentrate when they are bigger rather than getting distracted and still leaving me with a wet seat!

    Now has anyone thought up a device to make them put the loo seat down when they have finished? I would pay £6.49 for that!! :rotfl:
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  • balajo
    balajo Posts: 44 Forumite
    The guy who created these things was on Dragon's den tonight
  • Biggles
    Biggles Posts: 8,209 Forumite
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    balajo wrote: »
    The guy who created these things was on Dragon's den tonight
    That would have been a repeat. I saw the original one he was on last year, and the general consensus was that anything that might encourage kids to stick their hands into the toilet was not a good idea. He got nothing.
  • myrnahaz
    myrnahaz Posts: 1,117 Forumite
    Who in their right minds would spend that kind of money on getting their kids to pee straight? And what is it about painting faces on ping pong balls that costs £80,000 to develop?
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