“I’m just going to the toilet. Be right back.” 

If you’ve heard your partner mutter this phrase and then disappear into the depths of the loo for what seems like hours on end, then you’re gonna love this product!

It’s a sand timer designed to keep the poo-crastinating people – ahem, husbands – in your home from hiding in the toilet, most likely playing on their phones, rather than doing what they’re meant to be doing.

You know, like cleaning up from dinner. Or putting the shopping away. Or changing the baby’s pooey nappy.

Limit his iPhone toilet time
Limit his Youtube scrolling/poop time to five minutes. Source: Amazon

Get off the loo – dad duties call

That’s right ladies – you can now keep their toilet breaks capped at five minutes and ensure they never avoid their parenting duties with “doody” again.

The timer comes in three different options too – the classic, the dad and the presidential which features a Donald Trumpesque character sitting on a golden throne. Hilarious!

Toilet timer for dads who poo-crastinate
The Trump Toilet Timer. Source: Amazon

‘Help your loved one get back to the people they are trying to avoid’

We love a good joke and this one certainly deserves a spot on the gag gift throne! Even the product description is ace:

The Toilet Timer is for the poo-crastinator taking their sweet time. Help your loved one get back to the people they are trying to avoid. We’ve concocted a special new blend of unicorn magic and gravity that makes the Toilet Timer easy to set. Runs for about five minutes.”

You can pick your own Toilet Timer up at Amazon for $14.99 USD plus shipping.

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Born and raised in Canada, Jenna now lives in Far North Queensland with her tribe. When the mum-of-three is not writing, you can find her floating in the pool, watching princess movies, frolicking on the beach, bouncing her baby to sleep or nagging her older kids to put on their pants.

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