Before testing your knowledge in our Poos Quiz, amongst this year’s biggest sellers on the Christmas Toys List more have been poop related than ever. If you’re still looking for last-minute ideas, here’s some of our favourite crap, pee, burp & fart inspired presents. Or maybe just have some fun watching the short youtube clips […]
London, as so many cities have done for millennia, uses its river for waste. In 1858 disease and ‘The Great Stink’ led to Sir Joseph Bazalgette’s super-sewer for 4 million people.
150 years later the population is now closer to 10 million. This is what’s happening… Forward Thinking BC. To get a handle on how advanced the thinking was on ‘waste management’ thousands of years ago, the Mesopotamians had already figured clay sewer pipes around c.4000 BC. Utilised to remove wastewater, and capture rainwater in wells. But, […]
Scoop the Poop. The past few weeks have seen more and more people out and about in the sunshine at parks and beaches. But at the same time public toilets have so far remained shut. This has led to a number of headlines highlighting the growing problem of ‘where to go when there’s nowhere to […]
‘Toilet roll’ rationing returns as BBC America writes about last night’s release of Killing Eve series 3…
BBCAmerica | Anglophenia article by Brigid Brown as Killing ve series 3 goes live in the US April 12th… ‘Play-By-Play of ‘Killing Eve’ Season 3, Ep. 1: Villanelle Gets Married, Carolyn is Demoted and Eve Has a New Job‘ The toilet roll factor [all rather topical at the moment] “Eve texts Kenny a picture of […]
‘Poosflash’ A few toilet paper facts & a look at the industry, eco-friendliness and what to look out for when shopping.
Whatever is going on with the panic buying of toilet paper, at the end of the day, or should I say year, you’re not going to end up using 10x more toilet paper. According to ‘Ethical Consumer‘, the average bottom [person] in 2018 used 127 rolls per year! In other words, do the math, there’s […]