I don’t know about you, but I’m feeling remarkably suave and sophisticated as I sit purposefully before my keyboard. So today’s topic will be overflowing toilets.
First, some history is in order. During the Stone Age (March 13, 19000 B.C. to May 5, 8000 B.C.), there were no toilets except for one, which was reserved for employees.
Unemployed cavemen were forced to fashion twine from animal hair and attach a small spherical rock to one end and a flat piece of wood to the other, thus constructing a crude paddleball game to play while squatting behind a bush. ‘Playboy’ magazine was not invented until the second century A.D.
More advanced toilet technology became necessary early in the nineteenth century
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