Modern bathroom style is a direct response to pandemic preparation

Modern bathroom style is a direct response to pandemic preparation

I spent the very first two weeks of my quarantine shitting in a portapotty in the car park of my structure. It wasn’t fantastic– but hey, a minimum of it was constantly stocked with hand sanitizer.

I drove 300 miles in late March where I could at least be with my pregnant wife, and where at least I might shit indoors.

I returned home the other day to find that the bathroom still wasn’t ended up (however at least I might shower and shit now). Disappointed, I began to unload my things, and ended up listening to this brand-new NPR Short Wave podcast, which strangely made me feel better.

Or at least, I got me believing about what other kind of odd developments will be left behind in the long-lasting after this particular crisis lastly ends. That, and I’m glad that my restroom is mostly tile now.

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How Infectious Disease Shaped American Restroom Style[Short Wave / NPR]

How Contagious Illness Defined the American Restroom[Elizabeth Yuko / CityLab]

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