Re: For Your Izal Only (Sheena Easton)
"My particular use for Izal was to (before settling comfortably) fold a little flotilla of ships and float them in the bowl [...]"
Someone's autobiography described a school where the pupils' toilets were wooden benches with a hole - over a water-filled open drain that ran the length of the stalls. A common trick was to make a paper boat and float it along the length of the drain - driven by the prevailing current. They would usually set fire to the boat before releasing it - and wait for the screams.