Not to get political or anything, but consider this post your proof that we believe in “Glowbowl warning.”
Presumably developed by somebody who frequently had to run to the commode so fast that such niceties as light switches had to be ignored, the Glowbowl is a motion-activated light inside the toilet that can illuminate it in one color, or many (personally, I’d avoid the yellow, as it seems a bit too reminiscent of what goes inside, but that’s me.).
I’m blessed with a spouse who has never once started an argument based on the position of the commode seat at night, but have heard many tales of couples not so fortunate. For them, a purple warning glow from the watery depths seems like just the ticket. With seven “Exciting” colors and a five-stage dimmer, what’s not to like? A genuine spectrum of options can now help make upset stomachs lead to literal rainbow yawns.
“Urine” luck even if you have an unusual bathroom, as the Glowbowl claims it will fit “any” toilet. I wouldn’t suggest testing it in the porta-potty, but most homes should be safe enough. I’m sure they tested it on a crap-ton of different varieties, to be so flush with pride about the whole thing.
Also, it starts to flash red when the batteries are low, which will give you that unique feeling of sitting atop a bomb that’s about to detonate. (Points if you got the reference before clicking the link.)
Do you want your toilet to glow with pride? Does the thought of lighting your butt up like a Christmas tree bowl you over, at least in theory? Dump your thoughts in comments below.