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HAHAHA!! Ok, story time! I went for Hajj and in our camps there were mostly those hole-in-the-ground toilets, and a few "western" ones. Whenever I would go to use the western toilets, without fail I'd see shoe-prints on the toilet seat!!! Some of the people there had never seen a western toilet and just assumed it was some sort of elevated hole-in-the-ground toilet!!!
P.S: For those who don't know, this was in Saudi Arabia.
simply me, this sign could have helped those people out, eh? Hope you used a seat liner! Poor you, the craziest stuff happens to you.I don't think I would ever try propping myself on a toilet like that. My balance is not that good, I'd be too afraid of falling down!
OMG, that's funny! And so is simply me's story. :)
hahaha! I need to hang that in the bathrooms at work!
I'm glad someone explained the rationale for a sign like this. I was trying to figure out why someone would be standing on the crapper like that, and then it made sense when I read simply's post. I forgot about the hole-in-the-ground style "toilets" out there.
I just have to say every time I remember the hole-in-the-ground toilets from Asia, I feel a thousand times lucky that I live in America and have access to a commode. My grandparents house in Pakistan had a hole in the ground toilet, and I actually slipped and got my foot stuck in the hole once (or maybe more than once). It was so nasty. I washed my foot with Dettol (Pakistan's version of Lysol) about 10 ten times before I felt clean.
Hahaha, I LOVE that sign!I manufacture washroom signs & symbols as part of my business. Never made one like that before but have made several joke "X rated" versions for friends. :)Do some women in North America do this?Gee, and I thought the men's washrooms were bad.
LOL.... I love that sign too!
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