Vern’s TavernPosted: July 7, 2019 Filed under: Alberta, Canadian Toilets, Dive Bars, Toilets at Bars & Pubs Leave a comment
The stickered mirror at Vern’s Tavern in Calgary! 😍
Broken CityPosted: July 7, 2019 Filed under: Alberta, Canadian Toilets, Dive Bars, Graffiti, Urinals Leave a comment
I asked the people of Reddit for the best graffitied toilets in Calgary and the unanimous vote was for this one at Broken City. What a superb loo. Not only that, but there was a Dolly Parton Drag Queen show happening while I visited. Love it
Toilet BoyzPosted: July 1, 2019 Filed under: Canadian Toilets, Toilet Art, Toronto, ON Leave a comment
Spied some actual toilet graffiti at Bloor & Major in Toronto. Happy Canada Day! 🇨🇦
Fake News by Leon Keer (Montreal pavement toilet art)Posted: June 17, 2019 Filed under: Canadian Toilets, Fun Toilets, Montreal, QC, Toilet Art Leave a comment
My friend Joseph took me to this alley leading off St Laurent Boulevard in Montreal to see this amazing 3D toilet pavement art, Fake News, designed by Leon Keer
Poop Cafe, OakvillePosted: May 26, 2019 Filed under: Canadian Toilets, Fun Toilets, Greater Toronto Area, Toilet Art, Toilet-Themed Restaurants Leave a comment
Today I went for a bike ride to Oakville to see the new Poop Cafe that opened up recently. I love how their first location in Toronto was so popular they added a second one! 😂🚽
Sudbury shadows at the Laughing BuddhaPosted: May 19, 2019 Filed under: Canadian Toilets, Sudbury, ON, Texture, Toilets at Bars & Pubs Leave a comment
Shadows at the Laughing Buddha in Sudbury, ON
Abandoned Longbranch MotelPosted: May 18, 2019 Filed under: Abandoned Toilets, Broken Toilets, Canadian Toilets, Dirty Toilets, Sudbury, ON 1 Comment
I was driving along Highway 69 to Sudbury, Ontario and happened to notice a creepy abandoned motel just north of a tiny settlement called Still River. I couldn’t help but pull in to check it out and I’m so glad I did. What a place this was! I’m always down to explore derelict buildings; throw some abandoned toilets into the mix and I’m in heaven. Here’s a literal suite of the most disgustingly dilapidated shitters I’ve seen in my life.
According to the Ontario Abandoned website, this is the Longbranch Motel and has remained abandoned by side of the highway since the early 2000’s.
Mr Toilet: The World’s #2 ManPosted: April 29, 2019 Filed under: Toilet videos, World Toilet Day 2 Comments
Dan from Toilography got the chance to chat to Jack Sim – global sanitation crusader and founder of the World Toilet Organization & the United Nations-recognized World Toilet Day!
He was in town with director Lily Zepeda for the premiere of the film, Mr Toilet: The World’s #2 Man at the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival, which details his dedication to the loo:
“To a stranger, he’s a guy obsessed with toilets, but to those who know him, he’s “Mr. Toilet,” a crusader in global sanitation. Born in the Singapore slums, Jack Sim knows firsthand the agonies of not having a proper loo. Now, he’s dedicating his life to a crisis no one dares talk about: Shit. Using humor as his main weapon, he plunges into his biggest challenge yet when he is asked to secure 6 million toilets for the “Clean India” initiative. But with few resources and no help from the government, his epic project and reputation are in jeopardy.”
Also make sure you catch the end of the chat to hear Jack’s hilarious poop joke! Thanks so much Jack and Lily for your time and wishing you the best of success with the film.
You can see the trailer below or for more info go to mrtoiletfilm.com
Felix HotelPosted: April 27, 2019 Filed under: Australian Toilets, Sydney, Toilets at Hotels, Toilets With Nice Views Leave a comment
A loo with a view at Felix Hotel in Mascot, Sydney
Abandoned toilets at Castle HillPosted: April 20, 2019 Filed under: Australian Toilets, Broken Toilets, Outdoors, Regional Queensland Leave a comment
Late at night my brother and I paid a visit to a side of Townsville’s Castle Hill that neither of us had been to before. Instead of heading up the usual Castle Hill Road, we ventured to a little-known entrance in Garbutt and had fun exploring some old abandoned, graffiti-clad rooms close to an old disused quarry, dotted around the hill’s southern incline.
I was amused to come across what must have once been a block of toilets, who knows how many decades ago. All that remains today were a couple of footprints of where the crappers used to be, and some piping which appeared to have some toilet paper stuffed inside.
Here’s one of the other abandoned rooms I was talking about, covered in local tags: