[[caption-width-right:350:When you've got to go, you've got to go.]]

[[HurricaneOfEuphemisms The convenience. The smallest room. The privy. The head. The jakes. The cloakroom. The khazi. The water closet. The john. The loo. The dunny. The necessary room. The ladies' or gentlemens' room. The restroom.]] [[UnusualDysphemism The crapper. The bog. The shithouse.]] [[ThoseWackyNazis The meeting room for the brown masses]]. And last but not least- the ''[[UnusualEuphemism thunderbox]]''.

[[IHaveManyNames It has many names.]] And while fiction might seem to spend most of its time [[NobodyPoops pretending they don't exist]], there are still plenty of tropes relating to bodily functions and the rooms we set aside for them.

* BathKick: Kicking one's leg up in the bath.
* BathsAreFun: Taking a bath is enjoyable.
* BathroomBreakout: Someone uses a bathroom break to cover an escape attempt.
* BathroomStallGraffiti: Notes people leave on bathroom stalls.
* BathroomStallOfOverheardInsults: A character overhears other characters insulting them from a lavatory stall.
* BladderOfSteel: Video game feats or achievements that require all but supernatural bladder control.
* BottomlessBladder: A video game character never goes to the bathroom even though you've been in complete control of them for 72 straight hours.
* BowelBreakingBricks: The onomatopoeia version of OhCrap.
* BringMyBrownPants: Wetting or soiling oneself out of fear.
* BrownNote: A device or technique that causes the victim to experience PottyFailure or in any other way have something bad happen to them.
* CallingYourBathroomBreaks: A character cannot resist announcing their need to use the restroom.
* CampingACrapper: Someone wanting to kill someone waits for his or her target to go to the bathroom before making their move.
* TheCanKickedHim: Some poor soul is attacked or even killed ''with'' a toilet.
* TheDiaperChange: The inevitable moment in any comedy involving a baby where someone gets more than they bargained for and has to change the baby's diaper.
* DisgustingPublicToilet: A public bathroom, usually at a gas station or on a bus, that is so foul that a dog wouldn't crap on the floor.
* DungFu: Thrown excrement used as a weapon.
* EmbarrassingDampSheets: Wetting your bed.
* ExcrementStatement: A character relieves themself on someone or something as insult.
* FlushingToiletScreamingShower: If you flush the toilet or turn the tap on, someone in the shower will scream.
* GoodiesInTheToilets: Toilets are the new crates and barrels.
* HatesBaths: A character hates taking a bath.
* JarPotty: Using a portable container as an improvised toilet.
* LaxativePrank: One character drugs another secretly with laxatives. In a wacky comedy, HilarityEnsues. In a deconstructive drama, severe dehydration and criminal charges ensue.
* LockedInTheBathroom
* MaleRestroomEtiquette: The strict unwritten code of conduct of the Men's Room.
* NatureTinkling: Using the outside world as a toilet.
* NoDeadBodyPoops: In RealLife a body's bowels will often unclench after it dies. In fiction, this is usually glossed over or ignored.
* NoPeriodsPeriod: A female character's period doesn't impact the story, even when it probably should.
* NobodyPoops: A work flat out ignores that living creatures excrete waste in any way.
* PlumbersCrack: What you might see as your bathroom fixtures are being repaired. When the upper part of somebody's buttcrack protrudes above the top of their lower clothing as they bend over, stereotypically associated with plumbers.
* PoopingFood: A creature that poops out normal food.
* PottyDance: When a character (especially a young child) needs to go very badly, they will jump around a little bit.
* PottyEmergency: A character needs the toilet '''now'''.
* PottyFailure: The inevitable result of a PottyEmergency that goes unresolved for too long.
* PuttingThePeeInPool: Did this water just get warmer? If it did, maybe someone peed in it.
* RipVanTinkle: After prolonged inactivity, someone needs a bathroom right now!
* SearchingTheStalls: Hunting for someone hiding in a bathroom stall.
* ShyBladder: A character just can't use the restroom because someone might be watching or overhearing them
* {{Swirlie}}: A character sticks another character's head into the toilet. Flushing is optional. Also known as bog washing.
* TalkingPoo: Anthropomorphic feces.
* TinkleInTheEye: When a human baby pees on somebody.
* ToiletHumour: Disgusting bodily functions played for comedy.
* ToiletTrainingPlot: A plot that focuses on someone being toilet trained.
* ToiletPaperSubstitute: No paper? How about $100 bills?
* ToiletPaperTrail: Somebody leaves the bathroom and a sheet of toilet paper is stuck to their foot.
* ToiletTeleportation: Flushing yourself down the toilet to escape to somewhere.
* UrineTrouble: A character/object is urinated on by an animal, usually for comedic purposes.
* WhichRestroomDilemma: A character can't tell the mens and ladies rooms apart.
* WondrousLadiesRoom: In fiction, the ladies' room takes on a kind of mystique.