McPoopy

Ok, so this doesn’t have anything to do with McDonald’s, I just felt like making another post with a “Mc” word in the title.

Mr. T says "No Poop!"

I saw this image at weirdasianews.com and there was something funny about the juxtaposition of Mr. T on a flowery background on a sign in a Chinese coffeehouse saying “NO POOP!

The text says:

No Poop!
This is an old building with old plumbing, poop and paper won’t go down! There is a public toilet across the street. If we have to clean up after you there is a 50 RMB charge!

First of all, I’m not a coffee drinker, but I do know that I wouldn’t want to be reminded of poop while standing in line for a latte. I guess Salvador’s Coffee in Kunming is so upset about people pooping and clogging up the plumbing that they had to put this sign up, plus threaten a fine for pooping. I wonder how effective the sign is? How do they know if you’ve pooped or not?

Do they have people standing by on poop patrol doodie duty?

I pity the fool who has that job.

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4 Responses to “McPoopy”



  • Hey there..

    I am here via a comment that you had left on my blog. Funny, because I used to read you a few years back when I had a different domain (blog). Anyhoo, just wanted to say thank you for stopping by and I am sorry to read about your Daddy. I know how much you love/loved him.

    Take care.. :)


  • Don’t got time fo’ all yo’ jibba-jabba. You poop in this toilet, you will taste the pain, foo!

    Now where’d I park my van? Did Murdock take it?


  • You had me at McPoopy…I laughed through the whole post. This is good stuff.


  • I’ve been to Salvador’s in Kunming and this sign is in the bathroom, not posted out in the front of the shop. The squat toilets are outfitted with some kind of filter/blocker where the pee goes down but any poop will just stay there. Plus the bathrooms are next to the kitchen so the stink might alert them pretty quickly.

    On another note, Salvador’s might be the best coffee shop I’ve found in Western China. Outstanding place run by two American expats from Colorado.

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