I have been working on this post since, probably, a year ago. That itself is an odd thing 😉 It is all about restroom/toilet… the last place I thought I would find anything odd.
I like the sign on the door of this toilet room – it describes the room, not the person who should use the room.
These restroom signs in a gift shop in Pompei made us giggle. It reminds me of little boys or girls who were having fun playing and didn’t want to go.
I saw this at a couple of service stations. Inside of the ladies’ room, all toilet rooms have a sign saying “Ladies” except one “Gentlemen”. I don’t know what it means. Whenever this happened, it took a while, usually when the waiting line getting longer, before one brave woman announced “oh well, when you have to go, you have to go.”
This sign is pasted on the wall behind the toilet in a couple of service stations. I was a little confused by it, but didn’t say anything. While we were waiting for continuing our tour, one lady came to me and said, “Did you see that picture on the toilet room wall? Are they suggesting us do our business like how men do? Crazy! It doesn’t make any sense! I ignored.”
Later I found out from our tour guide that it simply means “this toilet will flush by itself”. I guess a lot of people (including me, to be honest) would look for a button to push, so they put a sign there.
I told our tour guide what people were thinking about the sign, she laughed so loud that I hurriedly walked away.
There must be a lot of little kids in Taiwan. Twice, I found two toilets inside of a toilet room: one big for an adult and one small for a kid. A new trend?
Hope you enjoy these odd photos. Thanks for visiting my blog.