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3.14.2007

Big (Bag of a) Journey


Interesting stuff going on over at BagOfNothing.com - a blog of a friend, Keith, whom I have never met or spoken with.

Keith's Vietnamese mother died a few months back and he is on a journey to Vietnam to scatter her ashes there. Pretty moving stuff. He's been posting pictures along the way and it's been good reading. For instance, he took a four hour trip across the county yesterday and took pictures of some of the 35 Christian churches he saw.

But this picture of a "Vietnamese toilet" got my attention.

12 comments:

mzchief said...

You HAVE to love the added touch of decorative tile in a toilet stall that is basically NOTHING more than a hole in the ground.

WTF? said...

Used a toilet just like it in Athens, Greece. Being female, it made for an awkard potty time.

Anonymous said...

umm, look at the grout!

Anonymous said...

Same as in the Far East and coed also with no stall doors. OOOoeeeeeeeee.

Anonymous said...

I once used aTurkish toilet in a back alley in Italy - it was similar to camping - however not as clean (ICK!)

Condoleesa said...

Looks like the public "unisex" toilets in Korea.

comment4U said...

I would so hold it until I got home.

Anonymous said...

I once shat in a hip-high catcus patch on an active volcano in Indonesia. Who next?

Anonymous said...

Alright 10:53 I once dropped a duece at the Shell by James Wood!!!! Thats tough!!!

Anonymous said...

Yewwwwwww 8:08 - I was in there right after that......now I know what caused the overflow. It was GROSS! Never went to potty in that place again. Thanks - not!

Anonymous said...

Looks like MzCreeps evil front place!!

Anonymous said...

Didja notice that that facility looks kinda clean? Now you enthnocentricists check out your good ole 'merican toilets. Yup. They're more like the ones mentioned in the posts about the Shell station. Our toilet facilities are abominable compared to others I've found all around the world.