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Bathroom outlet

Bathrooming facilites in every room of the house
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Have you ever woken early with the need to go to the bathroom, but didn't actually want to leave the room so other people in the house would think you were up? Maybe you're just too lazy, as well. Since electrical outlets are in every room of the house, why not have bathroom outlets as well? All you'd need is some kind of retractable tubing and a gender specific interface for it.
VeXaR, Jan 27 2005

Portable Urinal http://www.comforth...portableurinal.html
No plumbing required. Washable. Works in any room. [Worldgineer, Jan 27 2005]

The Comforts of Home http://www.astragal..._comfortsofhome.htm
Book referenced in anno [Etymon, Jan 27 2005]


       Would there be one in the kitchen?
proto13, Jan 27 2005

       Something about electrical outlets and gender specific retractable tubing in the same paragraph just doesn't do it for me. Maybe back in high school - I dunno   

       Since I rarely wake up without a litter of handy empties around me anyway, I'm probably not the best person to judge the merits of this idea.
JungFrankenstein, Jan 27 2005

       /gender specific interface/
so you would need two in each room?
How would you clean them?
Number 1 or number 2?
brodie, Jan 27 2005

       Just number one, and they would only be in bedrooms. I didn't mean to imply that they would literally be in every room.
VeXaR, Jan 27 2005

       Nice link [World]. I wouldn't carry around one of these while backpacking, but sounds convenient for long road trips.
Pericles, Jan 27 2005

       From my college days, I recall that all men need is a window.
pluterday, Jan 27 2005

       //Just number one, and they would only be in bedrooms. I didn't mean to imply that they would literally be in every room.//
Suggest reorganisation of preamble since you imply (and indeed infer!) exactly the same. And you didn't say "No #2s allowed!.
gnomethang, Jan 27 2005

       <interesting fact>A book I recently read (link) suggested several times that some of the first installations of indoor plumbing in the U.S. planned to have faucets "in every room," which, given the specificity of the wording, I took literally.</if>
Etymon, Jan 27 2005


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