Life after COVID-19 and the queues for the unisex toilets are snaking down the corridor.
And those men’s and women’s toilet signs will get eased out to be replaced with such as this…
Although I’ve never seen a desperate woman hold herself like this.
So with the British Toilet Association saying rest rooms will soon become rush rooms…
Here’s a nostalgic look back at funky loo signs around the world.
It’s all Greek to me
Athens, Greece: And you can see that these signs are modelled on Socrates and Mrs Socrates although they both need a good feed.
Two loos from Amsterdam
Amsterdam, the Netherlands: And in the converted mosque restaurant that is Bazar https://www.hotelbazar.nl/en/restaurant-bazar-amsterdam/ in the great Dutch city the theme is Arabic.
Washed out in Austria
Ehrwald, Tyrol: And the backdrop naturally is the snow.
They love a loo in Austria so much so that a new revolving loo is an occasion… and I’m not making this up.
Croatia: And forget the manspreading, they womanspread in Split (well, that figures).
They’d be a bit more demure in holy Medjugorje.
Too much to drink?
Prague: And a shining example of Prague design which is eclectic between Baroque to grim Communist to modernist David Cerny.
T&T pee and pee
And you’re asking your Tobagonian lady to stand still.
This woman on the sign is either coming from Sunday School (that’s a dance).
Auf Wiedersehen pet!
Munich: And then there’s the one-legged woman. You must be really desperate.
What’s your favourite loo sign from around the world? Tell me and I’ll share.
And one to ponder on in the queue, a sign on a wall in a bar in the IFC, Ireland’s Financial Centre…
‘Men left, women always right.’
MEET YOU IN THE QUEUE