Entries Tagged as 'all clogged up'
Writes our submitter in Alabama: “After the both men’s rooms in our office suffered from some serious anal explosions, our boss sent around an accusatory email,” which everyone in the office assumed was directed toward a particular coworker, Dan. “Dan vehemently maintains his innocence,” our submitter says, “and in an effort to ‘prove’ it, he posted this note above one of the desecrated toilets.”
related: A diarrhea-only toilet?
Tags: all clogged up · not-so-veiled threats · office · shit · toilet
It you want people to actually pay attention to your bathroom signage, it’s go big or go home. This one certainly made Jennifer in Tennessee take notice.
related: Things not to flush down the toilet: your hopes, your dreams…your sweaters
Tags: all clogged up · i.e. or e.g. it's all greek -- or is it latin? -- to me · Tennessee · toilet
Our submitter in Huntsville, Alabama says one of her male co-workers shared this note from the men’s restroom at their office. “And yes,” she says, “we really do work for NASA.”
By the way, if you’re traveling to Indonesia any time soon, you can pick up some papier-mâché materials of your very own!
related: Toilet-flushing memo from the Empire State Building
extra credit: Mary Roach explains “fecal decapitation” and other toilet issues astronauts encounter in space [thedailyshow.com]
Tags: Alabama · all clogged up · most popular notes of 2011 · office · toilet · toilet paper · you know who you are
Today’s dose of bathroom humor is brought to you by our submitter, Johnny in New Zealand, with the contributions of two anonymous would-be Conchords.
related: The yogurt’s expired. Run for your lives!
Tags: all clogged up · New Zealand · smartass · toilet
Linda spotted this little work of artistic genius at Louie’s Cafe in Santa Fe, New Mexico:
related: Please do not flush…anything.
Tags: all clogged up · most popular notes of 2010 · restaurant · toilet
Alexandra and her best friend David were thrift-store shopping in Memphis, Tennessee when they spotted this sign (in the restroom, this time…not the fitting room).
What I love about this one is that, unlike most of its kind, this notice doesn’t issue any kind of directive (e.g. “Hey nitwits, don’t flush the merchandise!!!”), nor does it directly address the salient issue at hand (Does the toilet actually work now, or not?). Because, really, a simple “Out of Order” sign would have sufficed, if the latter were the case. Instead, it’s just like, “This one time, at band camp…”
In place of “Thank You,” I think it should say “The End.” Or maybe: “Who the hell wipes with a child’s T-shirt?!”
related: What is it about thrift store dressing rooms?
Tags: all clogged up · retail hell · spelling and grammar police · Tennessee · TMI · toilet
This little water fountain with big dreams was spotted by Elizabeth in an Indianapolis college dorm. The illegible signature is a nice touch, no?
related: I eat dirty plates
Tags: all clogged up · anthropomorphism · college life · Indianapolis
This first note was posted in the bathroom of the Gay Pride Center in New Brunswick, New Jersey; the second, in the bathroom of the Rhode Island Department of Health in Providence.
I’d probably recommend steering clear of the kitchen sinks at both facilities.
related: a filthy hap pit
Tags: all clogged up · bathroom · CAPS LOCK · garbage · New Jersey · Providence · toilet · WTF?
Reports Daikiki in Redwood City, California: “Two days after this note was slipped under the door of every apartment in the building, a second one appeared informing the tenants that said property manager was no longer employed as such.”
related: a deep-seated issue
Tags: "up for debate" · all clogged up · California · Clearly a non-native English speaker · toilet · WTF?
Our anonymous submitter in Helsinki, Finland says this note has been in every stall in the women’s restroom at her office for as long as she’s worked there.
Puzzlingly, she says, “Most all the women who work here are native speakers of Finnish, so I’m not sure why the note is mainly in English.” (Nor is she sure what the author was trying to convey with his/her choice of red, yellow and green text.)
Oh, and your Finnish language lesson of the day: kiitos paljon means “many thanks.”
related: I asked Santa for a baby alive, and all I got was this stupid dishwasher
Tags: all clogged up · anthropomorphism · CAPS LOCK · Finland · Helsinki · office · toilet