You probably looked at that image up there and laughed. But let me tell you, there’s nothing funny about using the bathroom in the middle of the night and having to turn on an overhead light to see where you’re going. Because as soon as you hit that switch, you know you’re not getting back to sleep for another hour.
A lot of people are reflexively appalled by the idea of a bidet, which makes no sense, because they’re amazing. Today on Amazon, you can score a Luxe Bidet Neo 120 that will work with just about any toilet for just $30 (after clipping the $5 coupon).
Grant Thompson does silly stuff with science and when he received a request to flush sodium down a toilet he knew who to call—the man who flushed mercury down a toilet with a hypnotic swirl. All cleaned up, the mercury toilet meets its ultimate demise in a mushroom cloud of destruction.
I really love this new video from Cody’s Lab about flushing liquid mercury down a toilet because it just gets more and more ridiculous as it goes on.
When a hydraulic press takes on the bathroom, things get messy. First, the ceramic toilet completely explodes. Then, the toilet paper is flattened into a useless disk of cardboard. Finally, the soap dispenser dispenses a little bit of soap and cracks in slow-motion before shattering in all directions into a mess of…
Did you know you’ve been pooping all wrong? It’s true! Luckily, the obscenely popular Squatty Potty is designed to lift your legs into an ideal bowel movement position, and you can get the 7" model for just $17 on Amazon today, the best price we’ve ever seen. It might not last long though, so it’s time to poop or get…
The best toilet paper is no toilet paper, but if you aren’t comfortable going full bidet, it’s worth finding a brand that doesn’t rub you the wrong way. So check out the rules, head down to the comments, and nominate your favorite.
What’s worse than a broken space-toilet? A broken space-toilet when it’s your very first shift as boss, and suddenly you have to work on the logistics of either getting it fixed or landing your astronauts in Africa. This is Flight Director Rob Kelso’s first-hand account of the narrowly-averted shitstorm.
What’s to be said for a guy whose first Kickstarter investment is a color-changing toilet nightlight? That he has an aim problem? An interest in a mid-stream dance party? Yes, I helped fund the Illumibowl, and I’m not sorry.
If I've learned anything from watching Game of Thrones, it's that the Iron Throne is a terrible seat to sit on. It's uncomfortable and dangerous and when you finally start to enjoy it, you'll probably be dead. But an Iron Throne toilet? Now that's awesome. You get to feel like the most powerful person in the bathroom.
There are thousands of pictures of all the cool Miniland builds and amazing stores full of pick-a-brick, but rare is the view of a very crucial part of going to any theme park, where do you go to the bathroom? Jim shared on Twitter the urinals in the Windsor, England Legoland hotel where you pee into brick studs.
Look, we all do it. Ever since smartphones made the rack of toilet water-sprayed magazines obsolete, our alone time in the bathroom has gotten a lot more interesting. How do you fill the one-to-three minute void when you're, um, voiding yourself?
Toilet paper is an odd thing. Despite the fact that we often rub it against one of the most sensitive parts of our bodies on a daily basis, very little thought is ever given to where it came from or how it's made. (On that note, it might surprise you to learn that toilet paper wasn't commonly used in the United States…
Humans aren't the only creatures who share communal toilets — many mammals do this. In fact, new research shows this behavior was an ancient evolutionary development. Scientists have discovered a large, rhino-like reptile defecated in "communal latrines" some 240 million years ago.
Everyone always talks about the wonders of space: its vastness, its complexity, and how exploring it is stretching the limits of human endeavor. Oddly, nobody ever talks about what astronauts do with their poop.
Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness are all well and good but, for Giz reader John W., the true realization of the American dream will only come about when he can watch television from his throne—no, not his Lay-Z-Boy, his bathroom throne.
This is the male public restroom at Celestial Heights in Ho Man Tin, Hong Kong. The room boasts a positively luxurious 27 square feet of floor space, into which eight urinals are squeezed. Eight urinals, with less than six inches separating each one.
If you always thought toilets just worked, be prepared to reassess. A company called Maximum Performance dedicates its activities to optimizing your bathroom experience—and that's led it to develop fake poop for testing toilets. Really.
Though pranking someone with fake toilet paper is infinitely more cruel, creating this fast action, rapid dispensing toilet paper will win you a more advanced level of laughter. Watch, when a person reaches for the toilet paper, the roll starts spitting out TP like crazy.