Monday, September 28, 2009

no such thing as a free toilet


Wes saw this one at a restaurant in Peru. I wonder what dastardly method of getting you to pay they have inside. Charge for TP?

6 comments:

toep said...

As in some developing countries, perhaps it is just a big long trench. Therefore it is always available, no lines--no waiting. And so it is "free" anytime you are.

kelli_eyres said...

you know - they charge for TP in Tiajuana - $.15 a square!

Karen said...

Come to think of it, we WERE charged for toilet paper at Machu Picchu!

Buffy said...

Maybe they mean you can only use it when it's "free"--i.e. when no one else is using it.

Sarah said...

I was charged for toilet paper in Greece. It was less than awesome. On the bright side, there were plenty of public toilets in India that had ZERO toilet paper, not even for sale.

Jessica said...

That's like the musical "Urinetown" - the government charges people to use the restroom. That would be a terrible place to live! Imagine having to fight for your right to pee!