One of the things that my readers appreciate is that what I post is suitable for even the youngest members of the family. So much of what calls itself humor these days ranges from blatant filth to innuendo to bathroom humor.
I've had some interesting pictures and information passed on to me lately, though, that I've been wanting to post. Technically, it's bathroom humor, but not what people normally think of when they hear that expression. You'll understand as you read on....
With so much emphasis today on everything being "green," many will see the practicality in a new device called WashUP. It uses the washer’s discarded water as the water for the toilet. Very clever - after all, who needs clean water for flushing?
Pretty clever, huh?
Another innovation for those multitaskers who are the epitome of practical...
Kind of gives "going online" a whole new meaning!
Some people, though, are more interested in uniqueness or beauty. Here are a couple of glitzy toilets on the market for people into "bathroom bling"...
Those who used to visit my funny picture archives will remember the following outdoor toilet from a European city...
Some places in Europe do, however, prefer something with a bit more privacy...
I have several bathroom signs that need little or no explanation.
Here's a sign from a bathroom in the Philippines... (Many thanks to two readers who located the original pictures from before my blog was hacked! Thanks to D.W. for helping me restore this one!) 🙂
This bathroom sign is obviously from an upscale establishment... (Thanks to M.H. for helping me restore this one!) 🙂
This sign says it all for those of us at BJU taking part in the Wellness Challenge...
I'll end this part of the post with a note seen on a bathroom door...
Attention Children: The Bathroom Door is Closed!
Please do not stand here and talk, whine, or ask questions. Wait until I get out.
Yes, it is locked. I want it that way. It is not broken; I am not trapped.
I know I have left it unlocked, and even open at times, since you were born because I was afraid some horrible tragedy might occur while I was in there; but it's been years and I want some PRIVACY.
Do not ask me how long I will be. I will come out when I am ready.
Do not bring the phone to the bathroom door.
Do not go running back to the phone yelling, "She's in the BATHROOM!"
Do not begin to fight as soon as I go in.
Do not stick your little fingers under the door and wiggle them. This was funny only when you were two.
Do not slide pennies, Legos, or notes under the door. Even when you were two, this got a little tiresome.
If you have followed me down the hall talking and are still talking as you face this closed door, please turn around, walk away, and wait for me in another room. I will be glad to listen to you when I am done.
Oh ... and yes, I still do love you.
"Live your life for the one thing that matters - the pursuit of Jesus Christ." - Dr. Drew Conley
The length of a minute depends on which side of the bathroom door you're on.