The wording also makes me think people are depositing "toilet paper" in other places than the toilet. The pizza, perhaps?
I think they're using "toilet paper" as a euphemism for some unmentionable.
They're probably telling their customers to throw only tp in the toilets just because their plumber told them to ... they don't actually believe that he's right and it's necessary.A comment on the comments: Welcome to Spamityville ...Hope someone will stop by and delete that shit soon.
As well as what maughta said, I interpret this to mean that they want nothing besides "toilet paper" in the toilet. So, depending on how liberal your interpretation of "toilet paper" is, you may not be able to do your "business" in their toilets. I guess just use the trash can.
I don't like the looks of that sign.
Hmm. It does seem to indicate that folks have been disposing of T.P. in other places. I think I'll use this one to stump my 10th grade English class. 15 teen boys + bathroom humor + grammar = learning
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