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  Sign language 4.
For those who aren't quite sure how to go about using a Western-style toilet ...

I do find it a bit confusing, though. That is, of course, the need for the sign, not how to use a toilet. (Well, not for the better part of thirty years, at any rate.) I mean, I would never try to sit on a squat toilet, so why do people feel the need to squat on a sitting toilet? So confusing. Although since it's not something I plan to think about too much, I guess I'll never know the answer. But if you figure it out, please let me know. Oh, and get a life, too. Preferably a cleaner, more sanitary one ...

(For the record, this picture was while visiting the Angkor Temples in Siem Reap, Cambodia.)

See Sign language 1, 2, and 3 for more.
let me explain i went to morocco and the toilet is a small hole in the floor with two foot spaces made from ceramic and you have to aim in places where there are european toilets the whole floor i covered in pee because they squat on the toilet and pee ahead!
i had a spare pair of shoes for the toilets it was gross
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