Not when you your the proud owner of a dunnyRsquared333 wrote:
and on top of that your toilet would flush the opposite direction!!! LOL
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note the smilieMike Cash wrote:Free your mind from a popular myth: http://www.ems.psu.edu/~fraser/Bad/BadCoriolis.htmlRsquared333 wrote:LOL I agree, it would take a while to get used to that, and on top of that your toilet would flush the opposite direction!!! LOL
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Yes, a bit of warm weather certainly brings them out.tanuki wrote:What did you just say?Kagemaru wrote:
*Sigh* And what a summer it is. Tits always a lovely day....
Saw the odd white pointer on Saturday arvo B)
You need to get out of the nations capital more often. Get away from the east coast and experience the "real" Australia. Drop dunnies are very common.L wrote:
You only ever see Dunny's at pit stops in the middle of nowhere
It's one thing to use a drop dunny in 45C but using one in the Bad Lands of South Dakota in December was a whole new experience
At least you don't need a pilots licence to operate them like some of those hitech Japanese toilets.
Don't complain to me that people kick you when you're down. It's your own fault for lying there