Of course, all the stories would be disgusting.
Or at least ALMOST all of them. Over at the Seattle Times, house expert Ed Del Grande writes about how a toilet’s color can tell you something about your house’s history!
—1900-1920: Toilets are white. Zzzzz...
—1920s: Brown bathroom thrones show up. Why would you want a brown toilet? Well, your poop matches it!
—1990s: Earthy people go with biscuit and beeswax-colored thrones. So you could drop a biscuit in the biscuit-colored toilet. Or, if someone asked, “What are you doing in there?” you could say, “None of your beeswax!”
—Modern Times: Apparently, “caviar” or black toilets (above) are popular now. I’ve never sat on a black-colored toilet. But hey, I’ve got the perfect toilet seat cover for one!