Hey there! Welcome back to our completely irregular and totally random feature, Guess Where I'm Peeing. If you can guess the location correctly, you win, well, nothing -- but at least you'll have the satisfaction of being right at least once today.
Okay, so this might look like a normal, run-of-the-mill urinal from the picture alone, but let us explain. You see, what you might not notice from the picture is the fact that the urinal is absurdly high off the ground. Not like, "Oh, my! What a tall urinal!" tall, but like "Holy crap! How do I even use this thing?" tall.
If you've used this toilet before, you'll probably recognize it from the description. Our best guess for the urinal's height is that the incredibly tall owner of the establishment just sized it up himself -- but clearly, if you're below 5'8" or so, you're going to, ahem, struggle to get up to this one.
Now, then, if you know where this toilet is, feel free to chime in. If you happen to have a suggestion for how shorter people might use this whacky-high toilet, let us know, too. We tried bringing in a step stool, but the waitress looked at us funny.
Hint: It's not in a music venue, but we can say with a decent amount of certainty that the joint plays the Beatles more often than most restaurants.
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