These new fangled toilet seats are all very well but what about their
cleaning? How do they take to a drop of bleach or a good scrub with a
dab of Ajax?
I really don't know what our Grandmothers would have made of all this.
We mix that stuff in salt licks for the deer, the antelope, and the
varmints. It makes them easy to shoot at night. We use the hides for
furry, glowing toilet seats. They're very popular in Beverly Hills.
Our grannies preferred the kind that could be snapped off the hinges,
run through the washing machine, and hung out on the line. That's the
kind we use in my restaurants. To keep the seats clean, we don't put
them back on. With our generous servings of beverages and the cozy
lighting in our restrooms, our customers have yet to notice the absense
of unnecessary hardware.
Barbecue Bob serving family-style roast bunny
at convenient restaurants
I went someplace tonight, it was supposed to be classy and newly refurbished
but they had no seats on their toilets. The pan was like a moulded stainless
steel that incorporated the shape of a seat, well almost. Very hygienic and
SF looking I suppose but not very comfy, not that I sat down on it.
the glow in the dark stuff would be good for the chain. I can never find
that sort of flush when I've had a few and it's dark.
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