Urinals at the World’s Largest Restroom in Chongqing, China. Image source: Urinal Dot Net.
If you thought our coverage on the bathroom themed restaurant, Modern Toilet and its copycat in LA, Magic Restroom, was awesome, this one goes out to all you urinal fans out there. Since the year 2000, the team at Urinal Dot Net has been running a site they claim to be “the best way to piss your time away on the internet. It compiles photographs of of urinals around the world, sent in by followers. You have to send in pictures of clean urinals by themselves (no people allowed, to really showcase the latrine) accompanied by a location and short description. They currently have a list of 3,684 locations, which includes the South Pole. They also have an Interactive Urinal World Map.
Here are a few of our favorites from the top 10 urinals at Urinal Dot Net:
These fully functioning fixtures are made by hand from high fire porcelain.
At the John Michael Kohler Arts Center. Other urinals include: the Pontiff, the Patron, and the Lord.
These Victorian urinals come from just off of the west coast of Scotland, on the Isle of Bute.
Pee into these open mouths at Stadsbrouwerij Gruut, a bar in Ghent, Belgium. All images from Urinal Dot Net.
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