Monday, June 08, 2009

Unless suction power is your sort thing I guess...?

I wonder if it's a health and safety thing because someone had an "accident"?


T England. Raised from the dead. said...

That's one crappy post!

Grumpy Old Man said...

Is that an airline toilet? If so, then when it is flushed, a
vacuum is created as the flushing is ejected from the aircraft. A few years ago, a very large lady was trapped by the vacuum and had to be released by cabin crew.
What I want to know is, What sort of person takes a camera into the Loo? Someone who needs a smoking substitute?

dizzy said...

It's on a London Midland train as for the camera, errr I have a phone.

Carlos said...

dizzy, is what you need right now.

NSFW, people!

T' Old 'un said...

I once went to the little room in the train and the door was locked.
There were screams coming from within.
I said, "What the hell's wrong with you in there?"
" I've got piles." the man shouted back.
" So have I," I said, "but I'm not making all that bloody noise."
" No, mate, yours are not wrapped round the bloody axle."

Anonymous said...

train cottaging

is this a new sport ?

Sir Dando Tweakshafte said...

There is an outstanding comment over on that deserves the widest possible audience.

"New Labour - the poo that just won't flush"

To which there is nothing useful to be added.

Hat-tip Seth Gillette

Anonymous said...

Aircraft do not dump the waste, whilst in flight, it is off-loaded at the destination airport into specialist tankers. Many of these also flush the system to remove potential blockages (sanitary towels, etc).

"Blue ice" is the result of leaks, not dumping.

Anonymous said...

You know those red buttons that say, "Do not press", the ones that have to be pressed so you can know why you aren't supposed to press them?

Well, on that principle...

Grumpy Old Man said...

So you had your phone set to Privacy mode then?
Dizzy, you'll never live this down. Trainspotting or stamp collecting are internationally recognised anorak pastimes, but Loo photo collecting?

Alan Douglas said...

Could we start a fund to have these installed at 10 Downing Street ?

I understand some of the inhabitants there have less-than-perfect eyesight ....

Alan Douglas

Sentient WV : offeless !