Turns out sugar isn't just for destroying car engines. When this couple decided that their bathroom should look different than how they asked for two weeks before, payed half and demanded the guy finish the job, he took revenge into his own hands. Revenge on customers isn't exactly advisable, but boy is it satisfying to hear about.
The company that installed them, NTT Docomo, Japan’s largest telecommunications company, said the wipes will be available until March 15, at which point you’ll be forced to clean your phone on your own time and hopefully not get sick. After all, “cell phones carry 10 times more bacteria than most toilet seats” — a man in Uganda even contracted Ebola after stealing one, according to Live Science.
NTT Docomo also provided a handy how-to video for using Japanese toilets and information about the wipes, which also include helpful information, like WiFi passwords. Sanitary, informative, and efficient, these wipes are what 2017 are all about.
The American Family Association is currently boycotting Target stores for committing to let people use the bathrooms in peace according to their gender identity. Now the CEO of Target has issued a statement that Target will continue to support that position.
This self-cleaning installment will be open for business Friday and Saturday nights and disappear during the day. It's meant to deter men from using the usual places like alleyways and trees after a night of drinking.
Supporters of this system say it's better than a permanent public bathroom because it doesn't stick around long enough to invite vandalism and other unsavory behaviors. It's also more compact so it allows places that don't have room for a full bathroom to fulfill the need of a late night passer-by without becoming a permanent, unsightly fixture.
Rats' superpowers are near-mythical: They can swim for three days. They can fit through holes the size of a quarter. They've even been said to have no solid bones, just cartilage (definitely false, and I can't confirm whether they can collapse their ribcages). I looked to science for the truth. But I was surprised by the dearth of studies on the Norway rat—the common city rat, Rattus norvegicus—in the wild (the wild in this case being any city on Earth). Despite our long human history with lab rats, we know very little about the lives of the rats in our homes.
..."If it doesn't have food and water, it goes into this kind of 'crazy mode,'" ['Rat King' Robert] Corrigan said. Rats have a very low tolerance for hunger—so to get rid of them simply ask where they're getting food and eliminate the source.
Corrigan said... it does make it easier for rats to get into toilets. As if to make the point, the day after we capped our toilet pipe, a rat popped up in my next-door neighbor's toilet.
Plus, toilet drainage turns out to be a boon for sewer rats. "Lots of food gets flushed," Corrigan pointed out.
Yep, you can't think of the toilet as a safe throne. Think of it more of a rat dimensional portal.
They even put together a frighteningly descriptive video on just exactly a rat can make its little way up to the commode and into your nightmares.
Here's a TL;DW gif:
We apologize for stripping you of further illusions of comfort. Blame the rats.
Come for the delicious wings and beer, stay for the violation of your privacy!
A comedian named Tamale Rocks was performing at a bar in Chicago called Cigars and Stripes, when she noticed something strange in the women’s bathroom.
There was a full length mirror opposite the toilet, which upon further investigation, turned out to actually be a two-way mirror allowing anyone to secretly watch you pee while hiding in a supply closet on the other side.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos is up for re-election this year, but after this passionate speech things may be on the downturn for the incumbent. More importantly, check his pants around the 20 second mark and keep watching.
NBC News reports that an American Airlines flight from San Francisco to New York was required to make an emergency landing in Kansas City on Sunday because one of the 215 passengers found a strange device taped to the ventilation system inside one of the bathrooms on the plane. Originally thought to possibly be an explosive device, what then appeared to be a flash drive turned out to be a small camera disguised as a flash drive. The FBI is currently investigating who the sneaky camera belongs to.