Just Pooh

On March 8, 2011, in Long Drops, by jason

Just Pooh

Made from 100% recycled materials this creation cost nothing but time and most of that was digging the hole. This toilet is fully weatherproof, is discretely located behind the garage and the seat was designed at the perfect height to avoid strain on quad muscles! Hope you enjoy the view as much as we have creating and using it!

 

135 Responses to Just Pooh

  1. Pauline says:

    So is the the closest a certain insurance company has gotten so far. Couldnt help but notice your building materials.

  2. Ivor says:

    Top drop, and glad to see the insurance company helped out with the construction materials.

  3. Jane says:

    Can just make out the “Winnie the Pooh” poster on the lid :-)

  4. Carole Gotz says:

    Very neatly made and comfortable – you know outback loos were all the rage years ago, mind you that is showing my age. At least there can be a little humour in amongst all the despair – our thoughts are with you all in Christchurch.

  5. aussiekiwi says:

    great work, all the essentials covered, particularly a sense of humour! Hope life gets back to normal soon…best wishes from Aussie.

  6. Terri says:

    Best use of a State sign I’ve seen for a long time :)

  7. ihatecaptchas says:

    Attach a “Mr. Sanders” sign to the front door, and possible a magazine rack inside and I think you could mass produce these babies. A nice drop.

  8. Sam says:

    Sorry to state the obvious but this long shot is obviously the winnieing one :)
    Awesome job :)

  9. Mike says:

    Great work at adaption – just add a bucket of sawdust to make it perfect ! Sawdust is a better cover than sand. Winter drafts may limit magazine reading though. All Aussies weep for you all there, and pray for you.

  10. Do I recognise the work of a local signwriter???!!! Hope you used your spirit-level! Very cool!

  11. Debs says:

    Well done on the private privies :-)

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