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The absolute worst part of going to any big sporting event or concert isn't the high price of tickets or the expensive beer; it's trying to use the bathroom, especially a stall. Public toilets during events are always packed, smelly, and full of inexplicable puddles. It's the worst. But a new Los Angeles startup called Tooshlights is taking inspiration from parking garages to make restrooms a better experience.
Yeah, the 6-Speed Plunger is pretty cool and the Downshift handle novel, but neither can help you out with one of the bathroom's most vexing problems. We've all been there. Done with our work, we glance right, then left, to find no T.P. Crap! (yes, literally) Your wife/husband/significant other forgot (again, right?) to refill the roll. And who can blame them? It's such a menial, time-consuming, boring task. Release the roll holder, remove the empty tube, throw away empty tube, install full roll
After adding the carbon fiber seat and the 4-speed Downshift handle to the Autoblog executive washroom, we thought our tricked-out toilet had the porcelain ponies to handle any load. But, as everyone (with any knowledge of automotive workings) knows, slapping faux fiber on the seats and a adding chrome shift knob do nothing to increase performance.
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