Everyone builds a small room in their house for the toilet and
bathtub. I guess this is just tradition. But are bathroom walls
REQUIRED by code? What if I wanted to install a toilet in the middle
of the living room floor? Or maybe put the bathtub in the kitchen
next ot the dishwasher, so I could take a bath and do dishes at the
same time. Having a toilet next ot the big screen tv would be real
useful on game day, when everyone in the room downs a 16oz cold one
everytime a touchdown is made, and the guys got to piss every 10
minutes. The last thing I want to do is miss the winning play because
I had to go into some boring little room without a big screen tv, to
take a piss.
Having a toilet right next to my bed seems like a great idea too.
When I'm going a foxy woman, she wont waste 30 minutes of valuable sex
time in the bathroom putting on her makeup.
Bathrooms are a thing of the past. Lets put the commode and shower
head where it's most useful, not hidden away in some small dark room.
And come to think of it, how about those toilets in Walmart and other
stores. I dont know about you, but walking half a mile thru the store
to take a shit is painful as well as unnecessary. Every store should
have a toilet in every aisle, where anyone can sit down next to their
shopping cart and dump their load. Plus, think of how many new people
you'll meet, when they come over to admire your body. You never meet
anyone in those monotonous ceramic tile rooms, where all you got to do
is count the tiles.
America needs to change it's bathroom habits. We all know that
everyone needs to use a toilet, so why are we hiding it?