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Saturday, June 24, 2017

The Uber of Poo - Mobile Poo Stations

It's a Crappy Job

(Beta News)  -  Look, it isn't exactly a pleasant topic, but we all need to use the potty (toilet, loo, etc.). As much as we humans want to think we are somehow above the rest of the animals on Earth, we have to pee and poop just like bears, dogs, and other creatures. It is nothing to be ashamed of. In fact, there is even a very popular children's book called "Everybody Poops."
Believe it or not, it is not easy to go to the bathroom in NYC. Many store restrooms have keypads, requiring you to buy something to get the access code on a receipt. Don't have any money? Tough luck! I have seen people rooting through garbage cans for receipts just to find a receipt and code. Even when you finally gain access, it isn't always clean -- yuck! Thanks to toilet paper-maker Charmin, there is finally a solution. Called "Van-GO," it is an on-demand mobile toilet service that is sort of like Uber -- but for poop and pee.
"Today you can get anything delivered on-demand except the one thing you really need -- a bathroom when you have to go. Until now! Charmin is piloting Charmin Van-GO, the first-ever on-demand mobile bathroom service, in New York City on June 21 and June 22.  New Yorkers can visit CharminVanGo.com and follow the simple directions to request a Charmin Van-GO. With just a few clicks, a totally private and super clean bathroom can be delivered directly to people in select NYC neighborhoods," says Charmin.
Janette Yauch, Associate Brand Director, Charmin explains, "At Charmin, we're always looking to bring people the best bathroom experience, both at home with our tissue and in new and unexpected ways. With the Charmin Van-GO, we are providing one of the largest, most-trafficked cities in the world a new way to Enjoy the Go…on the go."
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Sorry Harvard grads but "Dirty Jobs" will pay the bills for Americans long after your white collar job has been exported to India.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

no shit ?! really ?!