Bathroom humor has been around for ages and is especially strong amongst many college students and individuals with a comedic flair for offbeat pranks around toilet novelty items. So what is it that draws an individual to adorn their bathroom with toilet paper that has barbed wire imprinted on it?

If we dissect the type of personality that has an offbeat sense of humor around the idea that bathroom humor is well known and always an attention getter, we find that 90% of these people are male. The demographic for this subsection of tour species tends to be men that are at least 18 years of age. Even more focused analysis of the data tends to point to college males who love to adorn their homes and closets with items that promote the idea that bathroom humor is indeed very funny.

Novelty items such as toilet tattoos, toilet paper with $100.00 bills imprinted on each sheet or even T-shirts that reference toilet brand comedy is perfectly acceptable. So what is the cure for such a character? The answer is not surprising. Studies show that a new girlfriend or spouse will definitely put the kibosh on this type of humor. Although it may not happen overnight, the influence of the female tends to provide a more sensible balance to the toilet humor so many males enjoy.

In conclusion, toilet novelty items and the people that gravitate toward this brand of humor are usually single males with nothing better to stimulate their minds. As the study shows, introducing a potential female mate into the life of this individual begins to limit the need for bathroom humor.

By arnia