Saturday, December 18, 2010

Toilet humor needed to get Singaporeans to flush

Restroom Association of Singapore

Flushing the toilet -- it's a basic human courtesy that Singaporeans have trouble extending.

The simple act of pressing a button or pulling a cord seemingly evades us, to the point that it requires a S$150 fine to be levied to busted offenders.

And now the use of catchy slogans to perform an action that should come as second nature.

"Enter in a rush, leave with a flush," "We aim to please, you AIM TOO please" are just two of the slogans emblazoned on tissue packets as part of a new campaign to raise awareness of restroom etiquette by the Restroom Association of Singapore.

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