World Toilet Day
It belongs to everyday life like hardly any other "accessory": the toilet. And even if it usually doesn't manage to be included in classic small talk, everyone appreciates it: the toilet.
On World Toilet Day on November 19, this "place of special silence" will be celebrated in a special way.
And indeed: for many people, the toilet is much more than "just" a functional facility. For them, the toilet is often regarded as a place of retreat where it is "finally" possible to get away from the hectic pace of the day for a short moment.
The toilet in the course of time
Anyone who is a little bit interested in the history of the toilet quickly realizes that such a journey into the past can be quite fun. Because: even toilets have changed over time. Unsightly holes in the floor have almost become "high-tech constructions" that leave almost nothing to be desired.
No matter whether illuminated elements or automatic toilet seats including disinfection function: it seems that nowadays no wishes have to remain unfulfilled with regard to toilets.
So if you feel uncomfortable in your personal toilet, again and again, you should perhaps simply ask yourself how you can turn this special place into a real highlight.
How can World Toilet Day be celebrated?
Wer den Welttoilettentag gebührend feiern möchte, sollte seine Toilette an diesem Tag nicht nur nutzen, sondern ruhig ein wenig zelebrieren. Wie wäre es zum Beispiel mit einem neuen Vorleger für den Bereich vor dem Klo? Oder mit einem neuen Klopapierspender? Auch die Klobürste sollte natürlich in regelmäßigen Abständen ausgetauscht werden.
On this occasion, it can also be worthwhile to undergo not only the toilet but also the entire bathroom for basic cleaning and then to treat yourself to a trip to the wellness bathtub.
Why is World Toilet Day so important?
A functioning, the clean toilet is taken for granted by many people. Only then, for example, when the flushing does not work or/ and the pipes are clogged, does it become apparent that it would actually be important to be grateful for a functioning toilet every day.
Therefore, there is nothing to be said against using the World Toilet Day on November 19 to perhaps be a little more grateful for the "little things in life" in general. The view over the edge of the toilet can be quite illuminating here.