I like the comparison and your dad's analogy lol. I also have two plungers. One is for the nasty stuff and another for sinks and tubs. So I have my Jeep for the tougher stuff and my car for groceries, pizza runs and etc...This is the crux of the matter. Who cares what other people do with their jeeps, winches, or blenders? Sheesh.
I have a newer toilet plunger in a guest bathroom in our house. It's never been used, thank goodness, but I'm still happy I bought it. (Now I'm bracing for impact, as we undoubtedly have a few folks here who think I shouldn't have an extra plunger in my house, and we're about to hear why.)
Mom always used to say that unremarkable guys with small hearts and even smaller weaners tend to spend their days trying to make other people feel bad. Oh, wait, that was dad who said that, but Mom agreed. .
Capable, confident, people look for ways to raise others up -- and they don't feel obliged to opine on how other folks use their jeeps or plungers.
I say do whatever floats your boat -- even if that means buying an extra toilet plunger or two.
Stop copying me. Ok, well, I don't have such a Jeep yet, but I'm working on it. I guess I'm copying you. Sorry.I have a winch that'll never pull me out, KC Daylighters that will never be turned on, shackles that will never have a hook hooked on it and a lift kit to fit 35's that will never be needed. It's all about looks. Isn't that why they make Jeeps????