Second Quarter 2004
Random Reader Submission: The Old Light Off
in the Toilet Trick
Dear Folks: Thanks for the information. A good
bathroom joke I started in college and still do if I can get away
with it is to turn the lights out while leaving the rest room and
somebody is in the stall. This is only fun if the potty has no other
lighting. You have to make sure, before doing this procedure, that
no stall user can see you through the stall door crack. Some stall
users like to spy on people around the door. Otherwise, you had
better find some good means to escape the area, say at an Interstate
rest stop or restaurant. (From a Reader)
P.S. I neglected to list a location of my college
toilet. It is at a college in St. Paul, Minnesota. I hate to divulge
which one but will if you insist. I wonder if that wonderful toilet
is still there.
Random Thoughts: Spam
Like us, I'm sure you have been excited by
the number of penis enlargement and low rate mortgage offers that
you receive in your email box. However, despite this extraordinary
crap a few funny nuggets come through. One technique now being used
is to put a random combination of words in the Subject line to entice
you to open the email. Well, a great deal of these end up sounding
like Turds! One of my recent favorites was Fringe Clung.
Random Thoughts: Worst Ever Turd Submission
While this isn't the most graphic Turd ever
submitted to us, along with Hot Carls it may just be the worst.
Here it is along with our response to the submitter.
If you were going to the restroom, one could
say: "I'm gonna go take the colored kids to the pool."
-(Reader's Name Withheld)
And if we put that on our web site, one could say,
"That is one of the lamest things anybody has ever sent us."
Did ya even read the list before you sent that???
(Reader), I am sorry to say that...you have no Elvis
in you. You are, in fact, THE ANTI-ELVIS!
The Mystery Crapper
First Quarter 2004
In a Pinch: The Very Stinky Poop Against the Humble
Breaking News!: London Loos
- Visitors to Britain will find a new stop on Londons site-seeing
route this spring: a usable public toilet enclosed in one-way mirrored
glass situated on a sidewalk near the River Thames. The contemporary
art exhibit, which allows the user to see out while passers-by cannot
peep in, toys with the concepts of privacy and voyeurism. By Jennifer
Carlile, Reporter, MSNBC
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