|An outdoor public urinal in Brussels|
I find it funny to stumble upon pee stalls like this on random corners throughout cities in Europe.
Eeeww! And there's no sink in the stalls for the guys to wash their hands after their public relief!
Nasty... just nasty!!!
That is gross, but also pretty funny. I guess if you have to go...at least they can do it in the stall instead of in the bushes.ReplyDelete
....and what about the girls?? We ALWAYS have to go...and there is nowhere for us to go!ReplyDelete
As for the lack of washing...yuck!! :(
Oh my goodness! I am so glad these aren't here (yet) in Phoenix. How can there not be a sink????????ReplyDelete
No shaking hands there. Just saying.ReplyDelete
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Haaa! Too funny!ReplyDelete
Certainly wouldn't want my area to emulate that practice!ReplyDelete
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Ew, no thanks. But what about us ladies?!ReplyDelete
oj! that is no good :(ReplyDelete
Strange! But a bit better than the side of the road I suppose!ReplyDelete
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Uh-oh, showing you cleanliness is in Europe not what it is on this side of the pond! Kind of ironic that they are heavy supporters of climate change!ReplyDelete
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Not so bad for the fellas, but I don't think I'd like to try to use the open-air potty!ReplyDelete
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That is a little strange. Here in New Zealand, 99% of towns have public toilets, complete with sinks and soap.ReplyDelete
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Ugh - there should be a sink and it is definitely better than the bushes. Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
...oh, but so necessary!ReplyDelete
LMAO there is one just down the road from me outside Paddington Station and it's less concealed than that one only ever seen one person using it when I have passed it (I nearly spelt passed wrong then)ReplyDelete
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Nothing like that in the USA either :)ReplyDelete
That is weird. They don't even have a way to wash their hands. Ouch!ReplyDelete
Happy holiday to you.ReplyDelete
Great. Love the photomomentReplyDelete
Oh my Gosh this is so nasty and disgustingReplyDelete
Also where is the hygiene of hand washing
Hope you had a wonderful Christmas! Unfortunately, a day later I ended up sick. What a bummer. Nothing major, but a bad sore throat and feeling BLAH!!! hugsReplyDelete
That is kind of gross, but at least there's a place for them if hey have to go. What about the ladies? They just have to hold it in?ReplyDelete
oh que fuerte, no me ha gustado nada esos baños publicosReplyDelete
Ugh! Glad that they have not reached the USA!ReplyDelete
A lot of guys don't wash their hands anyway!ReplyDelete
I think of this as a continental Europe thing (mainly France). Can't imagine it in England! Thanks for linking up with #globalbloggingReplyDelete