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Location DB > Canada > Ontario > Toronto > Canron Construction Corp East > gambino and Micro's visit > IMG_1353.jpg

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These are urinals, steel workers urinated. Some steel workers threw their ear plugs in there, they thought it was fun.
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Posted by fedge 2/6/2005 1:54 AM | remove
  And definitely don't put urine in your ears!
Posted by Mutt 2/6/2005 8:23 PM | remove
  Can they still eat the mint?
Posted by gambino 2/6/2005 8:24 PM | remove
  Unless posted otherwise you could do anything you liked in there.
Posted by Guy With Hat 3/27/2005 5:35 AM | remove
  The urine bowls are hard-of-hearing enough as it is.
Posted by Gringo Loco 7/4/2006 6:48 AM | remove
  How do you flush? A bucket?
Posted by gambino 7/21/2006 8:56 PM | remove
  I believe this model urinator is a constant flow system, where water constanly flows. That and the mint provides a sanitary environment for steel workers to relieve themselves.
Posted by rainman8889 8/8/2006 1:04 AM | remove
  Probably on a timer. Flushed during regular intervals.
Posted by Charlie_Dunver 8/15/2006 12:27 PM | remove
  maybe the ear plugs were a good fit for the holes in the bowls. Block up the urinals! O those wacky and rebellious steel workers!
Posted by PolarisX 1/8/2009 3:42 AM | remove
  I always thought that kind of stuff only happened where I work, but I guess factory people province wide are too lazy to throw their earplugs in the trash that is always 10ft away in the washroom.
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