A woman is suing Chicago's regional rail system for injuries sustained when a toilet she used "exploded" underneath her. Artist's (tasteful) interpretation of an exploding toilet. In a complaint filed in Cook County Circuit Court in Illinois, Julianna Mandernach accuses the Chicago Metra line of negligently allowing public …
Re: I must be missing it ...
Or just sh...IT?
Have you seen "Turkish" style toilets?
No seat - they're not much to go on...
Do not rain..
"Do not rain, while the train, is standing at the station", obligatory quote from Douglas Adams.
She must have been having a crap day.
What I want to know is...
Did the shit hit the roof?
...and if so...
Did the shit hit the fan?
SIgn seen in toilets on virgin trains last week
Do not block the toilet with sanitary products and nappies, use the bin provided.
Spent ages trying to get the bin down there but couldn't manage it. Must be in the technique.
A MANDATORY requirement when using a public convenience on any form of public transport.
(And some train / bus stations and Airports too)
Did she make a visual check of the pan for blockage and potentially biohazardous material?
Did she make sure the door was capable of being secured?
Did she ensure there was sufficient sanitary material ( bog roll) to ensure she didn't place her fellow passengers at risk?
Explode that myth?
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RE: plague of toads
Alexa harbors some clue to the cause of this plague.
A recent influx of additional readers compared to 3 months ago. The cause? One can only assume the masses have realised the impending mechanised apocalypse is fast approaching, and must demand IT angles on any and all writing. Thus they hope to glean some clue as to how our soon-to-be cloud based overlords can be defeated.
Either that or people are becoming ever more pedantic twirps.
On an unrelated note, the average Reg reader, according to Alexa, is a middle aged, childless, male. Shocking.
Thank God for Merriam-Webster... I thought I needed it only for Neil Gaiman's expression "tutelary dentistry."
Otherwise, no comment... fellow commentards have covered the topic quite nicely. :-)