In Part 2 of my tour of the Toilet Seat Museum, I bring you a choice selection of hobby and occupation related toilet seats.
Quilting, that age-old hobby by master artists and amateurs alike.
|I have no idea what half those doohickeys are.|
Charms on a chain for the jewelry hobbyists.
|On Etsy, this would be a gold mine of vintage.|
Painters are represented by some of his own oil pants, now long used.
|Eh, can't think of anything snarky.|
Hey, what's thi---AH! TEETH!
|Every non-dentist in America just gave a collective shudder.|
For the bicycle enthusiasts, there's a toilet seat dedicated to you!
|He did the bicycle drawing.|
Tattoo artists! Here's your toilet seat!
|I forgot to ask if he had a tattoo of a toilet seat.|
Shout out to my fiber arts peeps.
|No, tatting has nothing to do with the tattoo thingie above.|
The "Work to Be Completed" toilet seat looks a whole lot like my many abandoned project bags.
|I'm pretty sure my grandmother had an actual latch hook toilet seat cover...|
The fine art of Legos, immortalized in toilet seat form.
|And less likely to be stepped on in the middle of the night.|
For the mathematicians out there, some calculating devices.
|Kids, go ask your...uh...Renaissance ancestors.|
My hand probably says XQFLKZNP.
|Coif Leg? I suck at this.|
Shut up. Transformers is too a hobby! Besides, he engraved that by hand. Eat it, bitches!
|What!? No Soundwave!?|