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A water pressure based ventilation system built into a toilet. Just like a courtesy flush, except it will also run a ventilator built close under the toilet seat which will suck all the hideousness away, as well as camouflage the sound of dropping of the bomb.
Yahoo Answers: Courtesy flush (for Maxwell)
[jutta, Mar 14 2007]
||I'm not sure why but the mental "image" of the sound of a helicopter turbine winding up to speed popped into my head when I read this.
||I'm not sure either. Also, I have two
questions. (1) Why the camouflaging
noise? Is this not taking place after the
event? (2) This may sound silly, but what
is a 'courtesy flush'? One flushes after use,
so what else does one do?
||A courtesy flush is sometimes performed during the "process" to either muffle the "flatulence", or to reduce the "unpleasantness" emanating from the floating "debris", or perhaps both if you are really talented.
||How? Vents in the upper inner wall of the toilet rim which has a water line running behind it. Small water powered props installed in those vents to direct the air into an exit water stream, or merge with it so it is either absorbed, diffused, or made into some kind of sparkling water from hell..