Toilets facts

The average person spends 3 months of its lifetime sitting on the toilet.

Computer Keyboards can carry more than 200 times as many bacteria as a toilet seat.

1 billion people still defecate in the open, in the absence of a toilet.

There’s a toilet-themed restaurant in Taiwan, where food is served on miniature toilets.

Americans spend 5 cents per day by flushing their toilets.

More People In The World Have Mobile Phones Than Toilets.

The average toilet uses 6 litres (1.6 gal) of clean water in a single flush.

Mobile phones have 18 times more bacteria than toilet handles.

The average office desk has 400 times more bacteria than a toilet.

The inhabitants of ancient Rome had a sewer goddess, a toilet god, and a god of excrement.

The more features your phone has, the longer you spend in the toilet.

The world’s oldest known “toilet” was used by dinosaurs 240 million years ago.

You can save 2,190 gallons of water per person per year by only flushing the toilet once a day.

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