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Toilet Designed to Limit Worker Bathroom Breaks Is Possibly the Most Evil Office Invention

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We've all been there. You're having a particularly rough day at work, and you need a break. But a walk to get coffee would take too much time, and you don't smoke because it's bad for you. So you go take a bathroom break, sit on the toilet, and just take a beat to breathe and relax and collect yourself. The bathroom mental health break is an essential part of the day. After five or ten or fifteen minutes of peace and quiet, you're generally ready to go back and tackle the rest of your day. 

One company based in the UK wants to take that away from us. A recent Wired article warns of the advent of the StandardToilet, a toilet that's tilted design is meant to reduce the number of minutes employees spend in the bathroom. Along with GoFundMe medical fundraisers and initiatives like SweetGreen's "Family Fund," this efficiency toilet is a late-capitalist nightmare come to life. 

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