Trailer Hitch Toilet Seat: Even Rednecks Wouldn’t Sink This Low, Would They?

The Off Road Commode is a camouflage toilet seat that attaches to your Ford F150’s trailer hitch (yeah it attaches to any standard trailer hitch, but do you really see some soccer mom in a Toyota Highlander using this?). Ideal for rednecks with no standards, people with IBS, hunters, fishermen, people who eat a lot of beans, and the mentally insane. Per the manufacturer: “Not for use when vehicle is in motion.” Way to take all the fun out of it lawyers.

via nerdapproved

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4 comments to Trailer Hitch Toilet Seat: Even Rednecks Wouldn’t Sink This Low, Would They?

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  • BLB

    What I feel I must bring to your attention is perhaps silly, but this little commode serves multiple purposes if you use your imagination! I have seen many people get a good laugh about this nifty little contraption, but an avid golfer can sit on it to put on his golf shoes… while his buddies laugh and joke. A redneck can use it as a quick way to throw a suitcase on top the car. Suddenly, we have a toilet seat, a parking lot hang out, and a ladder all in one! How cool is that?!?

    A soccer mom in a Toyota Highlander probably does not have a husband who hunts (she’d be driving a bigger car for her protection… and I’m kidding), but if she is the kind of soccer mom that I know… she’d park that car in the very back and avoid any kind of public bathroom. HA!

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  • PuffPuffPala

    Or you can just do it like the truckers in the middle east and just cut a hole through your seat and floorboards and go while you’re driving down the highway! Just don’t be the guy’s mechanic…

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