Washrooms and Toilets!
With modern day girls who carry makeup everywhere, toilets have eventually turned into the term 'washroom' since now they serve more purpose than before. It's not just for peeing or pooping anymore because your visit to the washroom remains incomplete if there are no mirrors, no handwash, no napkins to freshen up.
But there was a time and still, there are some places in the world which have had unusual toilets. Describing no more, I think you should just scroll down the list to know the facts about toilets across the globe and the extent to which they can be weird.
Cuba does not provide toilet paper in its stalls, and hence you have to carry your own whenever you go.
About hundred years ago, outside toilets in Paris were considered as art installations.
There's a right and a wrong way of using this Japanese toilet... Can you guess the right one?
It's better that you carry exact change when you go to use a public toilet... because they ALL charge you for peeing or even pooping.
All the primitive toilets of rural China are unisex and feature nothing more than just a rectangular hole.
It's okay in Scotland to knock anyone's house and ask to use the restroom.
Beware when you go to restrooms in Spain. Do not pee in the bidets which can frequently be found in the washrooms.
Irish people do not like to use the public bathrooms. The stats show that 76% of the citizens do not touch the seat whereas 62% straight away refuse even to use them.
In Australian toilets... snakes just pop up randomly. So be careful.
The public toilets in New Zealand are made from recycled materials.
Laos is so scarcely populated that you might require to carry toilet paper along with you on your entire trip.
You have to buy your own toilet paper in Egypt. If you cannot... then you're out of luck.
This is how a toilet in a Ukrainian orphanage looks like.
Malawi is now in the era of introducing private toilets. This is how they look.
The toilets in Iceland often set up targets for men's urinals.
Belgium showcase portable toilets used during festivals. Overly public toilets!
In Peru, it is completely normal to pee in the street for not only men but also for women.
This place will not provide you with any public toilet... so cut on your intake while in Poland.
This place has got superb private restrooms. You can even relax and enjoy.
Most Asian countries do not bear toilet paper and therefore you have to use the basket in the stall.
There was a time in Rome where everybody used the same sponge to wipe off after pooping. Thank god to today's era.