Does the size of the Bong matter?
Bigger bongs mean bigger hits. A larger volume of water also usually means better filtering/cooling of smoke which leads to a smoother hit. It means that one is larger than the other.
Is smoking with ice in your bong bad for you?
While it may cool the smoke, you’re also inhaling a ton of water vapor from the ice cubes. This can lead to severe bronchitis and lung problems, as inhaling too much water vapor isn’t good for your lungs.
What are the blue things in urinals?
They’re called “urinal cakes” and are commonly seen at the bottom of urinals. Their purpose? Control bacteria and reduce smell. They’re made of para-dichlorobenzene, a chemical that does deodorize but comes with baggage.
Why do men’s bathrooms have urinals?
It’s a more efficient use of space. Men can quickly relieve themselves at the urinal if they need to, and leave the stalls for the men who need to defecate (or vomit, as the case may be). Women unfortunately, have to wait for a limited number of stalls. No, there is no toilet paper at urinals.
Is peeing in the shower sanitary?
Takeaway. If you’re the only one using your shower, you’re probably safe peeing in there, too. And if you do pee in the shower, then make sure you regularly clean it.
Is it illegal for a woman to use the men’s restroom?
Answer: The answer is most likely no. Both the federal government and the state of California protect employees from discrimination based on their gender identity. Gender identity is typically defined as the gender with which someone identifies, which might be different from the gender they were assigned at birth.
Why are there no walls between urinals?
Key design problem: They are shaped such that the “divider” between urinals is the urinal’s massive porcelain wall itself. This division is generally inadequate, because the urinal is still kind of narrow (it being from the 1920s or something, when men were…
Are there urinals in the street in France?
Nowadays, these public urinals have all but disappeared from French streets. But a new exhibition is slowly writing the long-gone toilets and their tumultuous, scandal-ridden history back into the public eye.
Who invented urinals?
Why do urinals still exist?
Urinals are, generally speaking, a good idea for a public restroom. You pass urine many more times a day than you open your bowels. Using urinals not only reduces the amount of water wasted by flushing, it also saves on space, and are cheaper to buy/build around than toilets.