Go pee, or you can have it “your way”

have it your way

Obviously you can’t pee just anywhere. Having said that, I’ve seen grandmothers training their young grandchildren to pee into the gutter. It’s a bonding moment. How nice vulgarity can be given the right context.

Use the public toilet, and if you’re unlucky enough, wait to use it. The message┬ácan work only if the bathroom is big enough, which in this case, it was not. Besides, Koreans don’t queue, they cluster or “aggregate”.

The Burger King sign was even more ironic in it’s slogan. It’s obvious in what the message is, but slogans inclusive, I’d rather not have it this way.

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