Seen here showing off the rolls made especially for giants, this is a video tour of the Marutomi Paper Co. factory in Japan, which produces millions of rolls of toilet paper every month. Me? Personally I use about four rolls a month, plus several emergency magazine pages and a sock
Because who doesn’t want to be strapped to a tree with their pants around their ankles trying to poop when a bear attacks, the Krapp Strapp is a tool to help you poop with ease in the great outdoors. The strap attaches to a tree, with a back pad you
This is a world map detailing the average lifetime toilet paper usage for different countries, measured in total number of rolls. As you can see, English speaking countries use an absolute shit-ton of toilet paper, with the average American using 141 rolls per year (almost 3 a week?! Lay off
In valuable information news, this is a video from the Science Channel taking a deep, stinking dive into the physics and engineering behind how toilets work. It was fascinating. And by fascinating I mean I already knew how toilets work. So, if you don’t feel like watching the video but
Because scaring the one you love most is one of the hallmarks of a healthy relationship, this is a video of a man pranking his wife by attaching a grim reaper prop to the bathroom door handle so when she pulls the door open to exit the restroom it jumps
The Water Throne is a skull shaped toilet with integrated LED eyes (choose a color or set them to respond to sound) and a speaker system that can play audio from any source and for hands-free flushing via voice command through Siri or Google. Hey Google, try to flush that!
Presumably to keep that hot sauce-on-pepper eating maniac entertained while he’s moaning and groaning away on the toilet, this is the Potty Piano from JZENZERO and available on Amazon for around $16. It’s a foot-operated digital keyboard like the one Tom Hanks plays in Big, but small and made to
The Cupidon Room at the Auberge Aux 4 Vents (The Four Winds) hotel in Fribourg, Switzerland comes with a special feature — a bathtub on a rail system that can wheel itself outside to its own special balcony for taking in a breath of fresh air while you give yourself