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Ten Funny Signs Found Next to Toilets

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It's believed that Ernest Hemingway wrote the first chapter of Old Man and the Sea while on the toilet. Kanye West has admitted to writing rhymes (hopefully on his MacBook Air IN ALL CAPS) while sitting on his porcelain throne. But what about the lesser known pieces of  literature and art that have also been inspired by the commode?

Here on Cultist we like to celebrate all -- famous or not -- artistes. So, in honor of Thomas Crapper Day (TC's the genius who invented the modern day flushable, well, crapper), we're bringing you ten works of genius inspired by everyone's favorite Think Tank.

1. Hopefully this is from a magical land where dogs can read...

2. To quote the caption from the Flickr page where we found this beauty: "I didn't go in because I was afraid that I might be the 919th person."

3. Confidence booster:

4. Totally logical:

5. Uhm, how'd it get hot exactly?

6. What you'll find backstage at Cirque du Soleil
7. We're guessing the wallpaper also had something to do with this:

8. Hey! Who broke into Mick Jagger's private loo?

9. Hey! Who broke into the New Times' bathroom???

10. Translation: No laying eggs, trimming your pubes, or changing your race while utilizing the lavatory.

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