I don’t know about you, but I love funny art prints, especially when they’re placed in appropriate places. It’s no secret that using the restroom, especially when you’re at someone else’s home, can be a little awkward. You don’t want anyone to hear you, you’re afraid someone might use the restroom right after you, and if you run out of toilet paper, are you supposed to yell for help or search through their whole bathroom for more? It’s kind of a stressful situation, and having some funny, lighthearted art in your bathroom will help ease everyone’s minds. Here are 9 hilarious art prints for your bathroom that are sure to get you and your guests laughing, giggling, and feeling better about using your restroom.
1. Please Remain Seated
As if anyone really had to tell you to stay seated the whole time you’re using the restroom, but still this print is pretty funny. Normally, of course, this would be used for some kind of theater performance, which makes it even more funny when applied to people using the toilet. It’s definitely “a performance” but just not one that anyone else wants to or needs to see. I can’t guarantee that no one’s going to clap for you when you’re done, but let’s hope for your sake that they don’t.
2. Toilet Paper Rules
I seriously love this art print. It’s so perfectly and hilariously true. What is so hard about replacing the toilet paper roll when it runs out? It takes just as much energy to place the toilet paper roll on top of the old one as it does to simply take off the old one and put on the new one. This is one of my biggest pet peeves (and I’m sure a lot of your’s too) and I can’t wait to hang it in my bathroom.
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3. Bobby Pins
What is it about bobby pins that makes them so elusive? I mean really, one day you have a billion of them and they’re coming out of your ears, then the next day you can’t even find one! I really don’t understand it. My husband hates these little hair contraptions because he finds them everywhere from the carpet, to the bed, to the shower. How does he always have the best luck at finding them when I’m literally digging through my whole purse and searching the house on bended knee and still can’t find one?