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quijji: Man, am I glad that said facial.
sithon: Who would be so cheap as to steal scratchy toilet paper. Some people must be taking the bog roll home instead of buying their own.
blatz514: quijji: Man, am I glad that said facial.Yep, I read that the same way.
Ambivalence: Wow, that's pretty sophisticated. I'm a little impressed they have TP in their toilets based on what I've heard of Chinese toilet habits (or lack thereof)
ChipNASA: blatz514: quijji: Man, am I glad that said facial.Yep, I read that the same way.What did you think it was fecal? Also speaking of public restrooms and facial. Yeah, there's a punch line there some place.
maxandgrinch: Read that as fecal recognition.
Jclark666: To encourage this, public toilets have the toilet paper near the door and baskets in the stalls four the paper.
Jclark666: CSB: The sewage infrastructure in many Chinese cities has not kept pace with growth. As a result, the sewage systems are overloaded, and citizens are prohibited from even putting toilet paper in the toilet. To encourage this, public toilets have the toilet paper near the door and baskets in the stalls four the paper. To avoid everything smelling like shiat, people would wrap their used sheets in the middle of some fresh sheets. I was at one of our plants in Xiamen with my incredible asshole of a boss, when he went into the bathroom, and comes out a few minutes later. Not only was there a Western toilet in there, but instead of a roll, they provide a stack of neatly folded bundles of paper in a basket! Watching the ashen look spread from the translator's face to the rest of the Chinese , and the back and forth glances ad they decided not to say anything, was one of the greatest experiences of my life. I kept my mouth shut, too, but I was dying inside. I wish I'd told him during my exit interview.