The Races - What goes in, must come out!

November 02, 2017

The Races - What goes in, must come out!

Ah the races! Just the mention of it brings so much joy and anticipation of what is an exciting day out drinking champagne, eating delicious food whilst being frocked up feeling fabulous and enjoying the social buzz of a festive crowd.

The most experienced race goer knows how important it is to eat throughout the day while the champagne flows freely.

Most of us are distracted for the first few hours of the day drinking and celebrating together whilst either taking a punt or people watching, but eventually we all have a moment of horrifying realization that what goes in must eventually come out!

Off we trot, usually in pairs, to the nearest port-a-loo. Even in the spectacular birdcage, where celebrities wander around from one marquee to the next you cannot escape the dreaded port-a-loo. An attempt to dress them up with carpeted floors doesn’t change the fact of what they really are.

So whether you are in the car park, trackside or birdcage we all discover, sooner or later, depending on how long it takes to break the seal, that the dreaded public toilet awaits.

If you can survive the long queue with your sense of humour intact what you will find inside will no doubt test you. Dirty toilets, wet floors and unimaginable smells welcome you. It is usually so bad it becomes a joke as you exit, where you warn the next person waiting in line how bad it is. They go in nervously cursing aloud!

Jokes aside be warned, now you have broken the seal you will be back there sooner than you think.

So how can you survive the dreaded public toilet port-a-loo this race season other than staying off the bubbles?

Be prepared and throw a couple of TUSHON Premium Toilet Seat Covers in your bag. They are individually wrapped and flushable so you can enjoy your race day without the worry of public toilets. You can sit down on that nasty public toilet seat without a care in the world!

TUSHON has it covered!

www.tushon.com




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