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Comfort Stations November 25, 2017

Posted by nrhatch in Humor, Joke, Nature, Travel & Leisure.
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When in St. Pete last week, we spotted a gorgeous building in the park . . .

On closer inspection, we noted that it’s a “Comfort Station” . . .

What a great name for a pit stop!

On one side, we spotted open windows.  Yes!  Open windows can be a good thing for Men’s Rooms . . .

Especially if men are using the throne room to ponder deep thoughts . . .

Just remember to leave your nuclear weapons outside . . .

Aah . . . that’s better!

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1. Jill Weatherholt - November 25, 2017

Fancy! Happy Saturday, Nancy!

nrhatch - November 25, 2017

It’s quite an “out house,” eh? Have a great day!

2. Rainee - November 25, 2017

What a great find!

nrhatch - November 25, 2017

We’ve walked around the area before without noticing it. Not sure how we missed it on our earlier visits.

3. L. Marie - November 25, 2017

Wow! What a grand building! So glad to know that nukes aren’t allowed. 😀 😃 😄

nrhatch - November 25, 2017

Exactly! Much safer to exclude nukes and drugs. 😀

4. Kate Crimmins - November 25, 2017

So…nuclear weapons are allowed in the park?

nrhatch - November 25, 2017

I “stole” that sign from a video in the adjoining museum ~> it’s from a “comfort station” in Russia . . . but printed in English. 😀

Kate Crimmins - November 25, 2017

Now that makes sense. Russia would allow nuclear weapons in a park.

nrhatch - November 25, 2017

And N. Korea probably encourages the practice!

5. Ally Bean - November 25, 2017

That’s a doozy of a building. Happy to know there are no nukes in or around it… wouldn’t want it to be harmed in any way. 😉

nrhatch - November 25, 2017

So far, so good. It’s been there “more than a few” years. 😀

6. Tammy - November 28, 2017

Lovely. You know they are that pretty in Montreal and my favorite one has been transformed into a coffee shop.

nrhatch - November 28, 2017

Repurposing and refurbishing old buildings appeals to me, especially when they’ve got class/panache.

Does the comfort station turned coffee shop have restrooms? 😀

7. Debra - December 6, 2017

That last sign is hysterical. I read in your comments that it came from a Russian comfort station. Still, so funny! That such a warning needs to exist is probably not all that funny, however. 🙂

nrhatch - December 6, 2017

Until seeing that sign, I never viewed nuclear weapons as portable . . .

Who knew they could fit in a shopping bag?


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