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by , 6th January 2010 at 04:31 PM (170 Views)
Probably one of the oddest words is toilet. Why is it called that? It used to be called a crapper, because the inventor was named John Crapper. Which is also where we get the word crap.

If the water swirls clockwise down the drain above the equator and counterclockwise below the equator, is it the same for a toilet?

Also, why do they get clogged all the time? Sometimes if a person uses way too much toilet paper, it will flush just fine. Yet, if they use only one or two sheets, it gets majorly clogged for no reason. Maybe the toilet is just tired of getting crapped on.

And before you say anything about the Coriolis Effect and that stuff about the sink water and the drain not being true, don't say it.

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