#FridayFive: Illogical Bathroom Practices December 6th, 2013 @ 8:59 am PDTRead the Friday Five …
Flower Urinals October 16th, 2006 @ 3:52 pm PDT
One of the things that has bothered me for some time about the men’s bathroom at my office is that we have no urinals. They are one of the great conveniences of mankind. Toilets are just really sub-par places to urinate. (There’s too much splash and you always try to flush with your foot because, […]
Virgin Potty Talk March 17th, 2004 @ 2:20 pm PDT
Even though they allow for high-volume servicing and back-in-a-flash trips to the john, the point-and-shoot-a-stinky-deodorizer-cake oddity known as the men’s restroom urinal has been, for women, a constant enigma. But nothing will prepare you for the men’s room in the newly-designed Virgin Airways Clubhouse in New York’s John F. Kennedy airport, terminal 4: Urinals shaped […]
Bathroom Master July 7th, 2002 @ 1:29 am PDT
Probably the most fascinating piece of spam I’ve ever received: Aupu Bathroom Master combines heating, exhaust fan and illumination all in one to bring you comfort while bath. With either warm wind blow or infrared heat lamp, our bathroom master provides instant and well-distributed heat. Powerful exhaust fan effectively removes steam and fumes. Standard bathroom […]
FingerTouch January 13th, 2002 @ 11:42 am PDT
I’ve been getting some really funny spam lately. Has anyone else received this one? No one likes to touch the toilet seat. Why else would public restrooms offer those little paper liners? Fingertouch brings you that type of service at home. You never have to touch your toilet seat again.
Toilet Bowl Brushes August 17th, 2001 @ 1:26 pm PDT
Brunei’s economic collapse was made explicit with an auction of Prince Jefri Bolkiah’s depleted assets, which included gold-plated toilet-bowl brushes.
Restrooms of the Future July 16th, 2001 @ 9:59 am PDT
Restrooms of the Future has been on the web for years. There are essays for women, a collection of surveys on bathroom use, and notes on bathroom security. This is a must-visit for anyone who … er … uses public restrooms. link via me-fi