Tuesday, July 29, 2008

"toilet installed, not to code"





So... is one of these toilets up to code, and one not? Or is the top one "before" and the bottom one "after"?

(From the same listing as the... um... ice tea, below.)

8 comments:

Ashley said...

wow that looks really bad lol they should had left it outside
you can pee and give out tickets for the show lol if you need some extra money

darkman said...

Does it flush?

Tracey and Huffle said...

Thanks for giving my husband and I the biggest laugh of the month!

Tracey

sugenk said...

wew, i like your toilet design!
ha ha ha, soo dirty...
yacks

Anonymous said...

What's wrong with an outdoor toilet? People think it's OK to eat outside at a picnic table yet they have perfectly good dining rooms table inside, right?

veg-o-matic said...

Why do so many of the houses listed look like murder scenes? You'd think the agents would try to make them look a little more attractive before publishing those horrendous pictures!

Bill said...

They'd be better off removing the toilet and saying there's no toilet in the house. I'm no plumber but here's what I see on that indoor toilet: 1) The water supply is not using a flex-line. It is hard soldered in place. 2) The black pipe is the header pipe. It is supposed to come out of the top of the house. By design, it's tied into the sewer lines. The result is that sewer gasses are being released into the house. 3) Wonder why the toilet is up on blocks? That's because the sewer line goes out through the wall. I have no idea where, but if there's a fish pond out there...

incredulous said...

Eew, eew, eew. If faced with the prospect of having to use that bathroom, I'd install a WC in the yard too.