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Wednesday, October 23, 2013

donations accepted

seen in the large, bright and clean washroom of the BIA office

------ I also apologize for my lack of visits and comments last week as we had visitors ask to stay over (with little notice) on the weekend and needed to quickly finish the minor renovations to our own washroom.

11 comments:

sometimesthatsallyouget said...

Every bit helps, I'm sure.

~Lindy

ewok1993 said...

tip jars inside or just outside restrooms are common sight in asian countries.

Gemma Wiseman said...

I don't think that I have ever seen such a little jar and sign before. Great find.

Gerald (SK14) said...

Such things are becoming commonplace

RedPat said...

I've never seen such a thing before!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Did you put out a donation jar? ;))))

Sreisaat said...

I agree with ewok's comment above. We see money jars like this in almost all public restrooms in Cambodia, although most jars are intended for fees (instead of tips) to use the facility.

Sreisaat Adventures
Inside Cambodia

Tanya Breese said...

i don't think i've seen a tip jar in a public restroom before

Nick V. said...

We don't have these here in Melbourne.
Thanks for hosting.

Pat said...

Geez, by the wordage on the sign, to me it makes one feel GUILTY if you don't leave money. In other words, if you don't leave money, we might run out of toilet paper OR have dirty toilets! LOL!

~Cheryl said...

What a great idea! I think I'll put a few around the house ....