A local public building has a sign in their Men's restroom, above the
"Please stand closer to the urinal.
It's shorter than you think!"
I got a good laugh out of this, and wanted to share it!
My all time favorite was seen in a restroom at Grand Teton Nat'l Park around
1969 . Written in small letters across the bottom of the stall door was the
phrase "Your back is now at a 45? angle to the seat."
On Friday, January 9, 2015 at 9:10:02 AM UTC-5, Unquestionably Confused wrote:
Ah, you've been to Japan.
No, I was talking about Germany. Very nice very clean bathrooms, but you had to be sure you had a small coin to tip the attendant.
They were also a bit casual about going on the side of the road when necessary.
My nana had one above the potty that read: "My aim is to keep this
bathroom clean, your aim would help!". It was a ceramic sign, possibly
mass-produced in the 60's. I've never seen one anywhere else though.
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