What a terrible pun, Toylets? This is almost as bad as the urinal games in some bar bathrooms.
this should make college-drunk-bar-games interesting :)
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What's the point?
I don't see any coin slots, so these aren't for making money.
Are they afraid that people will just urinate on themselves if they don't have some incentive to visit the bathroom?
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
LMFAO... I don't think i want to spend my time in the bathroom playing a game with... ya :)
The North Wind and Milk games just made me realize the point: They want you in and out of the bathroom as fast as possible - even if you have to rupture a kidney doing it.
I'm with you guys, why do they have to place games in the bathrooms. We don't need to be playing games we need to be sitting down and doing our business.
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TaylorKarras:I'm with you guys, why do they have to place games in the bathrooms. We don't need to be playing games we need to be sitting down and doing our business.
Hey Taylor where have you been? Did you get the computer working right?
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Where are the games for the bowl, and not just the urinal?
With games like Bomb drop! Snapping Grumpy time, and Godzilla attack? Would give new meaning to turning Japanese on the toilet :P
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