There seems to be no end to people’s imaginations when it comes to playing with toilet signs of different sorts. This one is from Café Mandaloun in Beirut:
The same two figures were attached to the two doors in the floor upstairs.
At the airport in New Dehli one is in no doubt which toilets are for men, and which are for women.
Oh, I forgot about this one! This picture is taken from an airport somewhere… I think it was the Johannesburg airport in South Africa.
It’s amazing how much toilet signs can say about men and women – both our physiologies, our (changing) roles, and what we strive to be.
From airport in Tonga.
Yes, this is how women feel like when they have to.
Another sign from Tonga. They are very observant there.
This is how it’s done.
From a toilet door, can’t remember from where.
Who said fathers aren’t as important as mothers?
Toilet signs from a nightclub in Fiji.
Yes, quite a few of those in here.
Plenty of those in here, too.