06 December 2009

aptly named

on a visit this weekend to the restroom of a historic 1840's church, i was compelled to capture this photo. if you are not in the habit of clicking the pictures to see them in their larger form, i'm afraid you'll never understand why i'm blogging a toilet.

7 comments:

gretchen said...

And, it's such a lovely church, toilet and all...

chris said...

amen to that. :-)

gretchen said...

Barry thinks the "church seat" was made in Worcester, Massachusetts. This is taking on a life of its own.

The ad said, "the best seat in the house". It was on a huge billboard on Route 20, the old road to Boston. He traveled that road regularly with his family on the way to visit Nana in Southie.

Think of it: two little itchy boys in the backseat of the '56 Plymouth (black + yellow) howling at the toilet seat on the billboard...

chris said...

yup, i think barry's right! here's the history section of their website: http://www.churchseats.com/aboutus.php
and made in holyoke - that would explain the billboard in worcester.

Mary said...

Seems apt that the sanctified privy seat came from Holy-oak...

Cathy said...

That is toooo funny! :)

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