Lost Change Will Not Be Returned

Lost Change Will Not Be Returned

Submitted by: James

Remind me to lower my iron intake.

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30 Responses to Lost Change Will Not Be Returned

  1. Tank668 says:

    So you don’t fall off during an earthquake?

  2. Thalia says:

    Why? Seriously, why?

    • Stuart says:

      Probably because it’s a toilet on a train. The magnets stop the seat or lid falling closing due the movement (no pun intended) of the train while you’re having a pee

  3. LadyBelle says:

    I guess that’s one way to make sure the toilet seat is always down when people finish.

  4. Sarge says:

    In case of a gravity failure, please ensure that your shiny metal butt is securely touching the magnetic toilet seat. Thank you.

    If you are not a robot, a robot will be along shortly to kill you. Thank you, and have a productive day. Kill all humans.

  5. BKilmer says:

    It’s a warning for those who have completed the “Buns of Steel” workout.

  6. RockChick says:

    What happens to your clit piercing when you sit on the seat?

  7. Daria says:

    “Lost Change Will Not Be Returned”

    Morons, coins are not attracted to magnets.

    • enigma says:

      you took the words right out of my mouth. i think this posting belogs on failblog now…..also i find it sad that out of the 10 comments onky 2 figured that out

    • Tank668 says:

      Depends on what country. Canadian nickels are.

    • Daria says:

      I have a Canadian nickel from 1998 that isn’t magnetic.

    • enigma says:

      if you have a canadian nickel from 1922-81 then yes it would be magnetic all ones made after are not and if you have one of thoses old nicles your rich get that thing on ebay NOW

  8. misfit says:

    Do they really expect the blind to go around the bathroom feeling all the walls with their bare hands looking for little notes???

  9. Spoo says:

    They’re fitted, so I shouldn’t try to gnaw them off, right? But I like magnets!! *temper tantrum*

  10. Taeress says:

    Magnets. How do they work?

  11. Amelia says:

    I hate to be rational, but the warning is probably so people don’t do something like put their wallet or purse down and blame wherever this is for wiping their credit cards. It seems like there should be a less problematic way to keep the lid and seat from falling down while people are using the toilet, like “tighten the hinges so it works like most other toilets”

  12. David says:

    Actually, this is a very important warning for people with pacemakers and/ or defribulators. (sorry about my bad spelling).

    Magnets interfear with pacemakers and defribulators, causing them to malfunction.

    Having a pacemaker & defribulator myself, I would really appreciate this warning. It could save my life.

    • The One Guy says:

      Well, that would explain why they put up a warning sign, but why are there magnets in the first place?

    • Smitty says:

      To keep them from coming crashing down on the penises of small boys using the facilities. A few high powered magnets are cheaper than a lawsuit for crushing a little boy’s junk. And, a sign is cheaper than a lawsuit for the magnets giving the little boy’s grandpa a heart attack.

    • mystic_eye says:

      Oddly enough toilet seat injuries are one of the more common causes of penis injuries requiring surgery in kids -and that scares me as I have two boys… I never would have thought it would require surgery.

    • Hello says:

      It’s from a train, the magnets stop the lid closing when the train shakes about.

  13. Arc says:

    I particularly like that they put up a Braille version, too.

  14. Smitty says:

    They had to post this sign after robots using the facilities were inexplicably breaking into show tunes.

  15. Paul says:

    Yeah, it looks like the sign from a train loo.
    The magnets stop everything bouncing up and down as the train is going along and making an irritating clattering sound.

    Pennies and 2p coins made after 1992 are magnetic.

  16. Chris says:

    The braille is grade one which is truly odd for English. It also only mentions the lids and not the seats.

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