Thermochromatic Toilet Seat Warns Of Recent Use

Thermochromatic Toilet Seat

By Luke Anderson

How many times have you sat down on the toilet, only to find that it’s still warm from the last person that spent some time upon the throne? It doesn’t really creep me out as much as it does other people. If you’re one that doesn’t like a warm seat, you might like this amusing product.

The Thermochromatic Toilet Seat will change color when someone parks their rear upon it. The color changes depending on how warm it gets, you can then use this to gauge how long it’s been since the seat was vacated. If you’re creeped out by a warm seat, just look for any discoloration and decide just how badly you have to go.

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10 thoughts on “Thermochromatic Toilet Seat Warns Of Recent Use”

  1. Why would I worry if it was in my house, and again… ignorance is bliss with public toilets. But of course public toilets get used by other people. So…. what’s the point of this?

  2. The point of this is obvious. Girls and/or pussies hate sitting on toilet seats that are warm, as this means they can’t pretend that some fat bastard didn’t have a crap on it 8 minutes ago.

    A sensible person would take advantage of this. Warm toilet seats tend to feel much nicer on your ass than a cold one.

  3. Ok, so I guess this makes me a pussy (I’m not a girl) because I’m definitely one of those people creeped out by warm toilet seats. But this product isn’t going to fix it. The problem is that I have to share the toilet with other people in the first place. Knowing that I need to wait a few minutes isn’t going to make it less nasty… just less obvious that it’s TOTALLY FREAKING NASTY to have to go to the bathroom with other people in the same room (and especially just behind them). Yuck!!!.

  4. Is it just me, or would this make people more creeped out? I mean, it's one thing to think that somebody used the toilet before you, but to know? That's just a little too far for me.

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