Quotes By Famous People About Public Toilets

My famous words: Always remember, even the noblest of us all always must find bathroom relief:
John Paul Jones: I have not yet begun to fight. First I need to use the ship’s head (toilet).
Teddy Roosevelt: Charge! The enemy charges you to use the toilet!
Washington: I’m standing up in the boat because I need to pee into the river.
Emerson: Hitch your wagon to a star, and hitch your pants up after you go.
Napoleon: An army travels on its stomach and then its bladder and bowels.
Edmund Burke: The only way for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing, then sneakily climb into the stall to go free in a pay toilet.
Donald Trump: When somebody challenges you, fight back. Be brutal, be tough and force your way into the toilet stall first.

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