Filed under: accessibility and disabilities,daily life,health,paris,websites,weird
Over the years I’ve been (rightly) accused of being a bathroom freak. Maybe it’s just “freak.” Anyway. I don’t disagree with any of my accusers as I’ve learned to embrace this characteristic rather than overcome it. Hey, I’m not ashamed of wanting clean public bathrooms, which is too often and sadly a rare phenomenon in France.
What am I talking about? I hate public toilets. Especially in France. So much so that it’s made me avoid most of them, which is quite possibly bad for my health. I don’t care. Most public toilets are even gorier than my worst nightmares. So, when I saw this website that rates toilets worldwide, I nearly peed in my pants. Ok, maybe I DID – a little.
The Bathroom Diaries scours the globe to rate the world’s toilets. You can now find out which bathrooms to avoid like the plague (quite possibly BECAUSE of the plague) and which ones are useable. Yay! Their database is pretty extensive and they claim to be the world’s largest database of restroom locations. I believe them. Call it blind faith.
To see restroom locations in France and in Paris by arrondissements (districts) and elsewhere, visit The Bathroom Diaries.
On a related note, this gadget is an extra “finger” to do your dirty work.