Interesting facts about toilets

The average person goes to the toilet 2, 500 times a year. This is 6-8 times a day and is up to 3 years of its life.

Interestingly, in Afghanistan, only nine percent of the population has toilets. Nineteen percent, however, have a television.

You’re probably wondering how astronauts cope with space. Waste is usually dumped from the shuttle into space.

November 19 is World Toilet Day.

The first toilet paper was produced in England in 1880 but was not sold in rolls. Instead, it was packed in boxes in separate sheets.

In 1890, Scott Paper produced the first toilet paper roll.

The most luxurious toilet in the world was made of solid gold. It belonged to the Federation of Hong Kong Jewelers, and was created to attract tourists from all over the world.

The average lifespan of a toilet bowl is 50 years.

An interesting fact is known: a fall into the toilet caused the death of King George II of England.

The Pentagon uses about 636 rolls of toilet paper a day.

The first World Toilet Summit was held in Singapore in 2001.

Historians reported an interesting fact, the Roman army did not have toilet paper, they just used a sponge dipped in water.

For the first time, the toilets were divided into male and female in Paris in 1739.