Check out this article.
The Japanese think we need more poetry in our public restrooms.
Their studies show it will cut down on t.p. use.
Here is the bathroom rhyme I always learned in California.
Mind you it’s from a drought and environmentalist state:
If it’s yellow, let it mellow,
if it’s brown flush it down.
If I see some stranger’s yellow or brown in a public toilet,
it surely cuts down on my paper use…
it’s called I won’t go anywhere near that toilet,
much less use the paper.
Do you have any un-obscene bathroom poetry that you love?
I love to find a cute or inspiring thing in a bathroom stall.
We should start a sharpie revolution for the environment.