March 30, 2010

The doors of the loos at the Salt Water cafe in Bandra. Are these super UN- pg-13 or is my mind just in the gutter? What do you think?
In Boston, there were two hotspots with uber-cool loos. One is “33” where the basins of the men’s and women’s loos are back to back and though there is a wall between them, there are some spaces so you can see other gender hands 😉 And there’s “Mantra” where the men’s urinal is communal and sports ice and the women’s stalls have 2-way mirrors. From inside you can see girls fixing their lipstick and pouting at, well, you! (Except, of course, they only see their own reflection.)


6 Responses to “suggestive”

  1. Sambhav says:

    Similar one in Take 5, Bangalore:

  2. chhavi says:

    @Sambhav, thanks for sharing 😉

  3. Rohit says:

    FYI – The men’s loo at Mantra also had 2-way mirrors. Oh and if I remember the urinal and the sink both looked the same so it was really difficult to tell which one was for for doing what! 🙂

  4. Rahul says:

    hehe 🙂

  5. Ajay Tawde says:

    at least they aren’t trying to be subtle..

  6. Sujeet says:

    Perhaps it means that men usually wear jackets that they have no place to hang up before entering the restroom?

    Or perhaps its a peg for women to hang their purses on before they enter the restroom?

    In either case, this establishment wouldn’t do very well in a lawsuit that involved (activity around) the wrong gender in the wrong restroom. “But, your Honor – how would I know which restroom was for me?”

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