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Puzzling Plumbing: Totally Unusual and Unique Urinals from Around the World

You might’ve heard of Duchamp’s work of art called ‘Fountain’ – or you might know it better as a urinal presented as a piece of modern art. Duchamp offered that urinal as art almost a 100 years ago, but that doesn’t mean people don’t still see their urinals as art. You might not see these urinals plumbed into Sydney homes and businesses, but trust us, they’re out there, waiting to be used:

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1.      The Coffin:

For the goth needing to pee.

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2.      The Whatever That Is:

            If you feel your time on the toilet isn’t crazy enough, try this urinal.

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3.      The Horticulturist’s Delight:

            Miss getting to pee in the backyard as a little kid? Give these urinals a whirl.

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4.      The Skyline:

Want to take in some stunning city views while on the job?

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5.      The Horn Section

            Definitely don’t want to play a song on those horns now.

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6.      The Ladies Love It

            If you’re feeling confident, you should give these urinals a try.

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7.      The Deep Sea Diver

            Possibly the only urinal in the world that will make you not want to pee when you see


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8.      The TV

            Don’t want to miss a moment of the game? Try peeing on it instead.

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9.      The Open Mouth

            For fans of the Rolling Stones, obviously.

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10.  The Gargoyle

            Gargoyles were traditionally used as water spouts, so I guess this makes sense.

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Geoff James
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Geoff grew up in Berala near Lidcombe in Sydney and attended Birrong Boys High School where he finished his Year 10 school certificate. Geoff was encouraged by his uncle to consider plumbing as he had done a bit of plumbing work on weekends during his school years. DJ Childs Plumbing in Canterbury offered him a plumbing apprenticeship and he spent most of his time working on plumbing maintenance and new roofs on commercial sites. Geoff on Google+.