in either direction
I'll never understand dual seaters for out-houses. As if using an outhouse wasn't bad enough, it's not exactly an experience I'd want to share. Cool pic!
This might a chock for days people, but at that time, people did not know about anything else. It was in fact considered normal - and they sat together and talked about everything.
umm . . . I guess if it were an emergency I might. Great picture. My favorite of the day :)
if you are sitting on one - the stink can still get out the other, otherwise you are "holding it" in - ewwwww!Has indoor plumbing made city slickers out of us all?
Yep, you have to go pretty bad to us this one. I've thought of a lot of not printable things to say too.Have a terrific day. :)My link: Wordless Wednesday
Isn't this called the "honeymoon outhouse"? LOL!
hahaaha i'd rather wait for my turn alone!http://jifphotojournal.blogspot.com/
Too funny. I have been known to use any old outhouse when out hiking in the wilderness. I hate the alternative. (And would prefer a hotel to backpacking.) Ha.
I think you made the right choice...
I have never seen a two-seater like this one before!!
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