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The Bathrooms at Bar89

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Second coolest bathrooms in NYC.
I love watching people try to figure these things out. :D(yes, there's a trick to it.)

posted by bronxelf

28th Apr 2005, 03:54  

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Arkadeis says:

That bathroom rocked. In that creepy "What if someone's watching?" way.

28th Apr 2005, 09:09

bronxelf says:

Peep's bathrooms are creepier, though.

And the mens room in the lobby of the Royalton...

27th May 2005, 23:14

beth says:

what's the trick? locking the door?

2nd Mar 2006, 14:02

i dont like the look of them!

2nd Mar 2006, 14:03

i dont like the look of them!

2nd Mar 2006, 14:03

awoodvine says:

These very toilets just got a mention on Big Brother's Little Brother. The woman being interviewed wants them in the house next year. Appartly you flcik a switch and the lights change in such a way that makes the glass become opaque!

21st May 2006, 13:30

bronxelf says:

awoodvine-- It's not a trick of the light. It's a matter of electricity. When there is no current running through the door, the glass is clear. When the current is present, the doors go opaque. It's triggered by locking the door with a hook-and-eye, which completes the electrical circuit.

23rd Jun 2006, 04:21

fixable says:

I don't think that is entirely it. I was there last night. The glass door fogs up even before you close hook-and-eye.

There is probably a motion sensor in the room that triggers when someone enters. If the motion sensor triggers and the door is closed, it will fog up. If the door is opened it will unfog. If the door is closed but the motion sensor does not trigger, it will remain unfogged when closed.

16th Sep 2006, 20:21

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