Wednesday, March 7, 2018

and the sign asked

people to rate their toilet facilities.  I saw this when I was in Sligo's train station.  Never seen anything like this before or since.   Just press a button on your way out and register your opinion.  Yes, I was happy :)


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30 comments:

  1. Hi Bill.

    That's funny.

    Groettie from Patricia.

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  2. You got me laughing. I guess one's response would depend on what the guy in the cubicle beside you is doing,

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  3. Hardly the key to human happiness, but it's a start.

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  4. I've noticed these recently in Ikea and our Lidl grocery store.
    I'm dubious about how effective they are as some people press several buttons.

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  5. Nice one. And then to think we have running trains with no toilet at all but they are working on it.

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  6. Wow! That's a new one for me.

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  7. Amazing sign, very modern way of getting information.

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  8. That’s a first for me too, Bill.

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  9. Very specific-to-the topic-way of getting information! Great capture, Bill.

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  10. PS. I meant to ask what the first language on the loo cistern is?

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  11. Hello Bill.
    Very interesting and very impressive sign!
    I have never seen before....great shot!
    Enjoy your day!
    Dimi...

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  12. A nice way to ask for people's opinions.

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  13. This would certainly catch your attention and since you had your camera, we get a photo. Unbelievable what happens in our world.

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  14. Well, that's a unique way of flushing out opinions while cutting all the crap that people eject from their overloaded minds.

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  15. hahahah! Never seen that myself. It is a good idea.

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  16. It's a super idea but will never catch on 'cause down here many of the toilet facilities are really yucky. I have a friend who, when entering a restaurant he's not been in before, heads right to the head (that's Navy talk for bathroom, but you knew that) and if he doesn't like what he sees, he heads right out the door.

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    1. That is a smart man. My husband knows that I will never return anywhere unless that bathrooms are not clean plus I describe the places on Trip Advisor!

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  17. That's the first I've seen of that.

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  18. Haha! I like it.. I mean how are they going to know otherwise 😀😀

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  19. Somebody has to tell them. I guess it is a good idea
    MB

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  20. I wonder how accurate the results are...if I wasn`t watching, I bet my son would push the very unhappy button just because.

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  21. There is a sign with those smily faces at the door to a local grocery store looking for an assessment of your shopping trip but I've not seen one at a washroom door.

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  22. A sign of pride in maintenance.

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  23. Great sign! Uhm. I'm guessing they're only talking about maintenance, not the user's, uhm, personal experience, no?

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  24. I am always happy if I can press the laughing face.

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  25. Well, that is unusual!

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