App Store. Google Play. What makes being gay and toilet paper so similar?
Pearls Centrewhich was built in and finally demolished in earlygained a reputation as a cruising haunt for the elderly segment of Singapore's gay community. Of course, not all the homosexual cruisers who visited its toilets, stairwells and upper levels of its car park were advanced in years. There were also young gay men who enjoyed the unpretentious and basic ambience of the place or who perhaps, were fond of mature men.
And so begins a dialogue in Burmese cyberspace on the popular social networking site, Toilet Wall. The carnivalesque dialogue continues with descriptions of lepers competing for the hand of Princess Cigarette Lighter, the daughter of King Love. While the standard picture of media and internet use inside Burma is one of censorship and repression, it seems that social networking is providing an important outlet for freer expression.
He of course was making fun of Americans in public bathrooms, and the common practices that go on inside that are actually pretty weird when you think about them. Why, for example, is talking generally frowned upon? Why do those two-roll dispensers in stalls always run out at the same time? To shed light on these mysteries, Science of Us combed through mountains of research on bathroom behavior and uncovered some revealing findings, from the most popular kinds of wall graffiti, to the gender dynamics of pee-formance anxiety, to important insights on the great under-over toilet-paper debate.
The bathroom — folded within an interior wall, set off, secluded — was weird, though. Someone had taken the time to punch a raw opening through the metal partition separating two stalls. It was as big in diameter as a Coke can, sometimes lined with wadded toilet paper, and framed with scrawled hieroglyphics arrows, initials.
The pair of ad spots are practically identical except one features a straight couple and one a guy couple. So before they sit you down give your bootie a confidence boost with cleaning ripples that remove more at once for a superior clean and makes you feel like the kind of guy she takes home to mother. Way to show respect to diversity.
While countries like Japan, Italy and Greece commonly use bidets to clean themselves, countries such as Britain, the U. But now doctors are warning that wiping alone could leave faeces behind while excessive use could cause health problems such as anal fissures and urinary tract infections. Speaking to Elle Magazine, rapper and singer Will.
We rarely, if ever, really think about the cost of toilet paper. But as I learned in Havana Cuba, sometimes it could be priceless. My husband and I had the pleasure of ….
Will have to pass along the 5 years bad luck threat to coworkers because empty rolls appear a lot! Great post! And I am totally that person who will switch the toilet paper roll if it is going the wrong way!
The average American uses three rolls of toilet paper a week — and major brands' refusal to create sustainable products makes consumers unwittingly complicit in flushing forests down the toilet. The report features a sustainability scorecardassigning "F" grades to tissue brands Charmin, Quilted Northern, and Angel Soft. Brands using recycled paper content, includingSeventh Generation, and Natural Value got "A" grades. The scorecard also ranks facial tissues and paper towels.