Nature tends to call when we are out attending an event, shopping with friends or at the construction site with our work colleagues. We may scout for the available facilities upon arrival, as it is never a surprise to realise the bladder or bowel press. In life, some things have a better sensation or are more effective when old than new. Are you wondering about something that works best when old than new? Wine is the simple answer.
It is argued that wines taste better after a few miles of time has passed by than when newly made. This is due to the compound chemical reaction that impacts the taste of wine overtime to finally deliver a soothing flavour and magical taste. Not all objects or products in life taste smell or feels better when old like wine. Some things like public toilets or portable facilities may have a fresher sensation at the earlier stage of their lifespan than after a few years of usage. This obviously depends on how such facilities are maintained through the use of air fresheners and effective cleaning.
There is no denying the fact that newly built public toilets or manufactured potable facilities can be easily detected by the most observant. Sometimes, when we are very pressed to use the toilet, our awareness to observe the surroundings may be quite low. It is simply nature’s call consuming our entire thought process. Regardless, using a brand new toilet can trigger some feelings or engineer a chain of thought. We will explore some of the feelings below:
Possible feelings when using a newly built public toilet or portable toilet:
These are some of the feelings one experiences when using a standard public or hired portable toilet unit.
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