Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Signs 2

 Joining Tom at Signs2.

Wordless Wednesday Wordless Be There 2day
Mosaic Monday

Continuing with pit stops...
a stop (as during a trip) for fuel, food, or rest or for use of a restroom.

2012 - Dusseldorf Germany


  1. Love the name heheh!

    Have a relieveyourselftastic safe week 😷😷😷

  2. Oh my! I've seen images similar to this as decals on cars. I must say, I really don't get it.

    1. Susie, it is a public washroom/bathroom.
      It is a play on the Manneken Pis (Dutch for '"Little Pissing Man"') a landmark bronze fountain sculpture Brussels, depicting a naked little boy urinating into the fountain's basin.
      Pissoir is French for public urinal.

  3. ...this one is cute!!! Thanks Jackie.

  4. Funny how pissoir sounds like a rude word to me.

  5. Jackie,

    Public restroom in USA cities are usually near a large point of interest like a park, not along the streets as this. It's interesting how different places are about such things but the picture definitely tells what that little building is even if you can't read the words. In this case I understand the words. :) Thanks for joining my #WildWednesdays linky party. Stay safe and be well, my friend!


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