o you held your bladder and found the designer toilet at the end of the Nyelong River esplanade. What is the fuss about this toilet with floral and fruity paintings that was featured in last year's blog? Yours truly took a tour of duty to investigate one of the biggest "mysteries" of recent times in Sarikei.
Aahhh! Found the toilet! Relief at last!
What's outside counts!
Source of 2nd picture: Chie Lang
OK, the facade was astounding with gaudily painted flowers and fruits. The toilet attendant waived the RM$0.20 entry fee for me to sniff around. She proudly proclaimed that she has the cleanest public toilet in town versus those at the Rejang River, hawker centres and the parks. She said that she ate her lunches at her counter. No problem.
Outside score: 9/10 including 1 bonus point for artistic expression.
Inside score: 7/10. Minus 1 point for the empty toilet roll and for not hiding the mop bucket.
Final words of toilet graffiti wisdom: If you can't sleep, count sheep. If you can't poop, count the number of imaginary ferry crossings and go with the river "flow".