Monday, June 10, 2013

Helpful flyer reminds residents what they can flush down the toilets in this East Village building

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A reader shared this letter that the super dropped off over the weekend... seems as if residents in this building or using the toilets to flush stuff other than [censored] or, as some people crudely call it, [censored].

Other items mentioned in the flyer that should not be flushed: "Stolen government files, drug stashes, pet alligators or last night's leftover meatloaf."

The super/landlord then goes on to list exactly what can be flushed. "If what you're thinking of flushing does not meet the requirements of the above list, then do not flush it."

Kidding aside, probably a good reminder for some folks, like the ones I heard who discard their kitty litter via the toilet. Or the remains of the baby deep fryer.

As we wrote last year: Letters addressing what you can and can't flush down your toilet are always so... awkward.


nygrump said...

dental floss?
cotton balls?

Woo Generation said...

Santa suit (covered with vomit)?

Anonymous said...

Some flushed items that wash up on the beach:
Condoms a.k.a "Coney Island Whitefish" and Tampon applicators a.k.a. "New Jersey Beach whistles"

Anonymous said...

Some other flushed items that wash up on the beach:
1. Syringes
2. Test results from you last visit to the doctor

ShutUpHooker said...

Sorry I will continue to flush the gefilte fish jelly down the toilet, it is completely biodegradable

As is the soup I left in the fridge and has now become penicillin soup.