Make your own Toilet

Do you need an extra toilet in your house? Do you have an unused shower stall? (Or you can make it outside of the shower stall as long as there is a drainpipe).
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You dont really need any plans.
You just need a scrap of plywood, some metal brackets, a traffic cone (stolen from the highway), a large hoseclamp, scrap of PVC pipe, and possibly some caulk. The toilet seat is optional.
Just look at the photo.
http://funcorner.eu/wp-content/uploads/toilet-quick-fix.jpg
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On Mon, 07 May 2012 15:23:12 -0500, snipped-for-privacy@toyotamail.com wrote:

Oh man, that is classy. Got me thinking though, that stall shower can become dual purpose and save some time in the morning. One stop service.
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wrote:

That is NOT a shower stall That is a squat toilet that is quite common all over the world You stand on the two pads in the front with your back to the wall and squat to do your business,
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Ed Pawlowski wrote:

Just install an insinkerator to chop up solids!
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If carrots got you drunk, rabbits would be messed-up. -Mitch Hedberg


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snipped-for-privacy@toyotamail.com wrote in

That is too funny how the cone is stolen. LOL.
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*That isn't a shower stall. It is an actual toilet that you squat down on. Given that this is a third world installation, it seems that they did the best that they can with the materials available.
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