I was at the Hampton Classic on Sunday, and just love their fancy porta potty trailers, with AC, flush toilets, sinks with running water, lots of TP and paper towels, liquid soap and very nicely decorated. Even mirrors, you have all the comforts of home almost and they don't even smell bad. Of course that was the first day of the show.
My husband and I had one of these for our wedding, which was at our house. We had 175 guests, which would have killed our septic system. We provided water via a hose, and electricity. It was quite posh -- guests were using it just for the experience -- and cost $1200 for a weekend rental (we had people helping us get the site ready the day before.) It was very nice, but not cheap.
The wheelchair-accessible regular porta-potties are a little bigger than the regular ones and nicer IMO.
If you were wearing a hoop skirt, why would you even need a PP? Didn't you see Bridesmaids?
Similar technique is advocated by the author of the fabulous new book _How to be a Woman_, but for music festivals. Wear a long full dress and no undies, and when you need to go, just sink to the ground elegantly, go, and let the gentle breezes dry your, um.
I can't say I've ever done that, but I have squatted over leaves in the forest in the middle of the night...
Why can't the men aim? Hello, why the heck can't women just SIT on the dang ring? If everyone SAT THE FRICK DOWN, they wouldn't get nasty!!! I am so tired of seeing tinkle on the toilet from some Princess who can't bare to have her spotless tush perched upon a public toilet, and then either finding other facilities or having to wipe it up my own self!!
This just made my day!!!
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