I saw this picture on the wall of the gents toilet in a corporate workplace (company name removed)…a bit like a paint colour chart but for your micturition. Interesting idea to get the staff drinking more! Made me chuckle…you’ll be pleased to know I took the photo once I ensured there was nobody else present!
I was reasonably well hydrated at the time…and I didn’t even have to aim at the paper on the wall to be certain of the match!
There’s something kind of odd here in NZ, to a long-time UK resident, namely the activity of washing your house.
You get used to washing cars, clothes and yourself…but a house?
I recently had the drive and roof of our rental property jet-washed. It got rid of lichen from the metal roof and slimy, slippery build-up from the concrete drive. I’ve also had dirt build-up removed from the exterior walls of the property before now too.
I’m not sure if this is a peculiarity relating to timber houses but I’ve never seen it with a brick house. Any thoughts?
I was wondering the other day why on earth it is that the fluff you find in your belly button or in the lint trap of a washing machine almost invariably appears to be blue.
I tried looking online and couldn’t see what looked like a reliable answer. I don’t think I wear a disproportionate amount of blue clothing…and yet blue it is. Weird eh?