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Q: Are the candies in the public toilets taste better in your home country?

You know the large candy balls they put near the toilet sinks for guests to try after washing their hands. Pink, yellow, green and blue. 

 

They don't taste as good as they look like.

 

Do they taste better in your home country?

 

If so, please let me know.

 

Don't feel motivated enough to travel for my spring festival holidays without free candies upon arrival!

 

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In my country, they don't serve complimentary candies at Public toilets.

 

Most of the visitors in me city are encouraged to try blue and especially white disinfectant tablets in piss stalls, especially ones already moderately 'seasoned' with urine.

 

Anybody at the meal? table?

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In my country, they don't serve complimentary candies at Public toilets.

 

Most of the visitors in me city are encouraged to try blue and especially white disinfectant tablets in piss stalls, especially ones already moderately 'seasoned' with urine.

 

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The candles they serve in public toilets in England taste way better than the ones here, I mean they're f***ing delicious, I seriously can't get enough of them.

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Candies??? WTF!!! I thought it was long life ice and have been putting them in drinks for years . Don't i feel like a fool now.

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I prefer urinal cakes. Everyone loves cake.

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The only candies you get around the the public lavatories where I come from are those handed out to kids by strange men wearing long overcoats.

 

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it's true what they say: chinese food looks that same going in as coming out. Uniqlo, for free meals, wipe a toilet bowl squeaky clean and ask the next customer not to flush.

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