Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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flushable hospital wards

to clean them
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made of something smooth with slightly curved off corners,and a rim around some walls to flush water down, a plughole, and slightly sloping floor towards it
technobadger, Feb 23 2006

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       Wouldn't the open drains foster germs, or at the very least cockroaches?
DrCurry, Feb 23 2006
  

       I'd like to see flushable pedestrian underpasses and telephone boxes [+]
coprocephalous, Feb 23 2006
  

       and subway log flumes
hippo, Feb 23 2006
  

       You should post that one, [hippo].   

       [DrCurry]: God invented rubber drain stoppers for a reason. I mean, besides just the humor inherent in walking into a hospital past a big white plug and chain in the floor.
shapu, Feb 23 2006
  

       do the patients remain in bed while all this is going on?
po, Feb 23 2006
  

       i should like one of these for my underpants.
benfrost, Feb 23 2006
  

       what about the septic tank, wouldn't all of those germs get down there, and then wouldn't a hazmat team have to empty it?
angrygoatface, Feb 23 2006
  

       Does the expensive electronic equipment remain in the room while all of this is going on?
Texticle, Feb 23 2006
  


 

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