The daily dump on where to take a dump. Well it’s about time. Here’s the info from the anonymous creator:
Announcing the launch of a new blog project called Stallman’s, a guide to Asheville public restroom facilities, where a team of anonymous reviewers will review public bathrooms in Asheville and the surrounding communities.
The blog will grade bathrooms on three criteria (decor, cleanliness, and amenities) as well as showcasing astonishing images from the interiors. Our goal is to inform people in Asheville where they can find relief in style and comfort. While the effort to provide a quality review is foremost, the blog will take a decidedly tongue-in-cheek approach to describing what we encounter in Asheville’s most popular water closets.
The site will go live on the morning of 11/12 with approximately 10 reviews. A fresh review will be published each day. Each spring, Stallman’s will award the best bathroom in Asheville with the coveted “Golden Plunger.” Coming soon: the owners of bathrooms reviewed on Stallman’s will be able to acquire a “Stallman’s Rated” sticker to proudly display in their establishments.
The URL is http://stallmansguide.com/
I vote for the bathroom at Burger Worx. Very clean and coolrful, and the sink is one of those faux stone basins. I hope all the boozers, crackheads and anarchists that lurk downtown don’t f&%k it up.
I’d rather wait until I got home.
A bathroom’s decor and amenities are fine, but I think these reviews would be much more helpful and informative if they included information which told us if the bathroom is a good place to drop a deuce. For example, if it’s a restaurant, is the bathroom near tables where the stench is likely to offend diners? What is the toilet’s flushing power? Am I going to clog an old toilet and force some poor, low-level employee to plunge my turds? How is the TP? Soft and plentiful or prison grade? I urge the Stallman Blog to include a new category!
“Each spring, Stallman’s will award the best bathroom in Asheville with the coveted “Golden Plunger.”” — Hilarious. How long can a toilet review blog focused on a city of 80,000 really stick around?