Where Is Your Favorite Toilet?
Why is there no picture of your favorite toilet?
Before you complain that I have not yet visited and photographed your favorite one, realize that (with one exception) these are all places I have been. If you would like to send me an airline ticket to Hawaii, Kenya, India, coastal China, or wherever, please just contact me for the shipping details. Until then, don't expect my pages to always show your favorite toilet. To clarify, I do not:
- Have pictures of toilets that you have visited but I have not. (nor do I want your pictures)
- Have any specialized toilet graphics for your clip-art collection.
- Want to get involved with your toilet artwork project.
- Know how to ask "Where is the toilet?" in any languages other than the 83 listed on the travlang.com site (really, some people complain about this!)
- Guarantee any accuracy for the Farsi or any other linguistics on the travlang.com site (and really, some people complain to me about this!)
Plan to respond seriously to any requests for bids for:
- Delivery to Zambia, by land, of 46 sets of stainless steel one-man and two-man urinals (with left-hand drains)
- Delivery to Lahore, Pakistan, by air, of several cast iron teflon-lined valves suitable for sulphuric acid at temperatures up to 90°C
- The construction of aircraft lavatory service pits at Middle Eastern airports
- Shipping Boeing 737-300 lavatory repair parts and auxiliary fuel tanks to Peru
- Have any archives of images of Queensland toilets of the 1970's, Nepalese mountainside toilets, Chinese farm toilets, or any other plumbing-related arcana which I have not visited.
- Want to help you sell your toilet-related invention or promote your bizarre enema regimen. And seriously, if it's someone else's enema regimen, it's always bizarre.
- Want your pictures of toilets — please don't send them!
I do, however, have quite a few pictures of toilets and some of related plumbing.
By the way, some people use a small stool to elevate their feet while seated on a raised commode, made from metal, white plastic or even bamboo to somewhat mimic the anatomical pose of squatting.