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Are you John Connor? Cool graffiti from the toilets of Whelan's pub in Dublin, Ireland. If you've seen the Terminator films, I think you'll like this.

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German studio TULP Design have designed new loos for Munich based advertising agency Webguerillas that encourage doodlers, narcissists and greedy toilet-roll users.

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Don’t beam me up Scotty I’m taking a shi. This is one of the most funny and creative bits of bathroom graffiti I have ever seen.

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If only I could do this in one of the school stalls...maybe during Literacy Week?  Obviously it would be with non-permanent marker.

This way to the Ministry of Magic. This way to the Ministry of Magic. This way to the Ministry of Magic.

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