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(Chron)   In fitting metaphor for whole region, tourist hot-spot in New Delhi is Toilet Museum.   ( divider line
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635 clicks; posted to Main » on 22 Jan 2002 at 8:37 AM (15 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2002-01-22 08:41:45 AM  
don't drink the water from the bowl...
2002-01-22 08:41:54 AM  
Sounds like a shiatty place to visit...
2002-01-22 08:44:46 AM  
"where many of the more than 1 billion people still relieve themselves on roadsides and behind bushes."

Ewww... No wonder Pakistan's pissed at them.
2002-01-22 08:48:21 AM  
that fat ho' who got stuck on the plane toilet needs to be copperplated and exhibited
2002-01-22 08:54:51 AM  
Fitting indeed.
2002-01-22 10:28:18 AM  
I dunno, but where else would poor, homeless people releive themselves in the hot, humid weather that is India? heh./
2002-01-22 11:29:16 AM  
fitting metaphor for fark, this was posted last week.
2002-01-22 12:05:32 PM  
Agreed, Puckhead, I'm tired of these goddamn reposts.
2002-01-22 01:07:24 PM  
Hey, this article was already posted last week (from another news site), wasn't it?

This is like the second or third article I've seen in the last two weeks that's been repeated. Is Drew smoking crack?

2002-01-22 02:19:14 PM  
this article reappears just like the crap you'd thought you'd already flushed
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