Wednesday, May 20, 2009

The Two Story Outhouse

Jason and I paid a little visit to the tiny town of Gays, IL earlier this week to check out their legendary two story outhouse. This was serendipitous because I had to take a leak really bad. Trouble is, the damn thing was locked. What's a guy to do? Check out the video.

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  4. Bahahaha, oh well - an outhouse landmark is better than no landmark at all, right?

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  5. "Better to be locked out of an outhouse than locked in one!" You can quote me on that! LoL

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  6. Been there. I had to pee too. What a bad joke locking it!

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  8. I just don't see the point in naming your outhouse a landmark and then not letting you use it.

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  9. I just leave the link to my blog in Brazil, go and check
    http://kizzhome.blogspot.com/

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  10. I just leave the link to my blog in Brazil go and see!


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  11. Maybe it's only for people who have to go during business hours. I'm really curious about where the "stuff" goes from the upper story? Hopefully it was well planned out.

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  12. Wendy,

    It's permanently closed, I'm sorry to say. It's built in such a way that there is a double wall. The wall in the bottom portion is set further forward than the wall in the top portion.

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