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automatic lights in a toilet

Discussion in 'Rants & Raves' started by coatesy, May 23, 2012.

  1. coatesy
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    coatesy poking badgers with spoons

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    [May 23, 2012]
    so whats the point.. okay i know the point its to save the planet and cut down electricity bills at work but is there any need for them to be in a toilet, to be half way through a poo then boom the lights go off .....

    nice one!

    if any was wondering it was a good poo, i feel loads lighter now. pooing in the dark is just not fun.

    rant over, bosh!
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    [May 23, 2012]
    get a small flat blade screwdriver and turn the time up on the sensor
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    Or wave your arms...
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    They are not automatic lights, it is the fumes from your smelly dump that is sending radiowaves that are blocking the flow of electricity. You need Fybogel!
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    monkey_lewis Reverse Gear

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    nice toilet light switch.... i have that problem on lates at work... its not fun at all, all i do is screw up balls of paper and lob them over the toilet wall hoping to the light to switch on... if all else fails i can find my a*se (sometimes) and have to do a stevie wonder wipe...
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    [May 24, 2012]
    But wont it use just as much electricity powering the sensors as the lights?
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    god bless the iphone and its LED torch!
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    so thats how so many iphones end up in the toilet
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    this was tried and it doesn't work :(


    yes this is the truth :D


    i think next time it happens im just going to ring the help desk and ask for someone to come turn the light. great plan!
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    [May 24, 2012]
    Or don't sit there sh*tting for so long! You'll get piles you know. As said you can change the setting if you can get to the back of the sensor.
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