If you’ve ever been to Mardis Gras – or any large scale drinking festival – then you know how hard it is to find a place to use the bathroom
Web Watch remembers one large festival with lines 30 minutes long for the porta-potties. Men were bypassing the relative privacy of the portajohns and were using the tree and weed-lined fence to take care of business.
We overheard a potentially horrible situation when one man apparently dropped his keys into the muck. His buddy shouted over, “dude – just leave ’em”. It’s stories like this that make you want to know…. the rest of the story.
But if you’re lucky enough to go to Mardis Gras and end up drinking just one too many hurricanes, you’re going to want to find a bathroom at some point in your celebration. And what better way than to use a handy-dandy website that will point you in the right direction for the cleanest and available bathrooms around… even if you do end you paying $1 for the privilege?
Hey – a clean bowl is worth a buck, isn’t it?
That’s why you should check out AIRPnP – a mapped, crowd-sourced guide to all the best restrooms for you to use while wandering around New Orleans.
Yeah, it’s a one-stop, one-feature website. Just one — no need to have a number two.
So, is this something that you could see catching on in other cities? A guide to the best and available restrooms for public consumption?
Would you list your own guest bathroom as an available stopping place? And if so – would you charge strangers $5 for the opportunity to sully your bowl?
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