Glow in the dark toilet seats
July 13, 2001 7:43 AM   Subscribe

Glow in the dark toilet seats - My life is finally complete.
posted by plinth (11 comments total)
now the ladies will no longer have to complain about the toilet seat being up
posted by moz at 7:49 AM on July 13, 2001

The kind of woman who has a glow-in-the-dark toilet seat (or friends who have one) is no lady.
posted by pracowity at 7:56 AM on July 13, 2001

lady? what brought you to that conclusion?

i personally would prefer one of these, but this site - "Lighting the Way to Family Harmony" - wins my vote, especially with the midi of "this little light of mine." i know what song will be stuck in my head all day.
posted by heather at 8:08 AM on July 13, 2001

> lady? what brought you to that conclusion?

The first comment. (Damned Canadians.)

Anyway, I think I'd rather just turn the light on. A toilet that lights up may fill your average Texan with glee, but I don't need to look down and see an eerie green glowing aura around my genitalia, thanks.
posted by pracowity at 8:23 AM on July 13, 2001

I, for one, am buying two, just so I'm ready when the first one wears out.
posted by dong_resin at 8:45 AM on July 13, 2001

What was that vitamin that excessive intake of turned one's urine orange? C? In any case, orange piss and a glowing green toilet seat in combination would probably destroy anyone's sanity. Or bring it back. I propose mandatory glowing toilet seat installations.
posted by DyRE at 9:01 AM on July 13, 2001

Heather- I don't know whether to laugh out loud at the Poti-Lite or flee in terror from the Poti-Lite demon-child...
posted by kahboom at 9:10 AM on July 13, 2001

what i really want, and what i can't find online (alas), is the toilet light that's a target when the seat is up ("ready, aim, fire") and glows red when the seat is down. i saw it once advertised in all that colourful crap that accompanies the weekend paper. i should have bought it then... *sigh*.

glow in the dark stuff terrifies me. i once bought a virgin mary statue at a garage sale, not realizing that it was glow in the dark. i found out that night while stumbling around in the dark and almost died of fright.
posted by heather at 9:25 AM on July 13, 2001

Heather, I did the same thing at age six with this fairly realistic alligator hand puppet I bought at a tag sale.

Unbeknownst to me, The eyes glowed in the dark.

I nearly passed out.

Tell me, what sick sort of freak puts glowing green eyeballs in a plush toy?
posted by dong_resin at 9:31 AM on July 13, 2001

My GOD, I think I'd die of fright if I got up from the toilet and saw this.

Of course, it might come in quite handy after a long night of drinking...

"Roger, niner two four, you are cleared for landing"
posted by fooljay at 12:23 PM on July 13, 2001

One has to marvel both at the range of products available for purchase on the 21st century, and at the power of the internet for bringing them to our attention.

How about this: A Suicide-Proof toilet

Mind you, with this spec. "...Cabinet interior shall be sound-deadened with fire-resistant material. Fixture shall withstand loading of 3,000 pounds without permanent damage. ", the product should be of interest to the generalist with an interest in vindaloo curry.....
posted by RichLyon at 1:05 AM on July 15, 2001

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