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Oh...my...God! No. Ironically, psychologically speaking if it were reversed, (the mirror is inside, i wouldn't be surprised if people would actually be more willing to do so if dared.)sk
No problem. Not a moments hesitation. This may have something to do with the fact that I am a male who grew up on a remote farm over half century ago and I did my natural evacuations outside in the open until about age 18. I never had any problem with the military field latrine either where some recruits initially experienced problems.
No problem for me either. Now where is this can?Houston?Switzerland? hereherehereLondon?herehere
You know i wouldn't want to go to the bathroom in it, but i bet people who are into agoraphilia might find it exhilirating. hahask
Well, I used a public toilet in France where the female attendant or whatever she was could keep an eye on the customers. And did. So I think I could use the mirror toilet.But you never really know until you try.
Definitely! That is AWESOME!
The woman looks like she really needs to go....I hope she did.
That's the functionality you want from a public toilet.. there if you need it, but otherwise better to wait to use your own private space. It works as public art too.I'm guessing that the illusion of being watched leads people to wash their hands, leave it cleaner.
I would have to be in that position to decide, but from right now I think I could do it, even though it would be weird.
This toilet is in Switzerland I think. I would love for somebody to prove it is in Houston. I live here and have never heard of it, and the people in the picture and the surroundings.. not Houston.. prove it!
Actually I searched this just so I could see the pics. The email I received would not show the pics. The toilet is in the BBC.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/entertainment/3257370.stmCheck this out I believe this is the original toilet...
I think the best thing about this is that you could freak out the occupant by just staring at the mirror with a look of fascinated horror.
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