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is it true that in Australia, the toilet water spins the opposite way?



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i wouldn't know, and are we supposed to? lol...but Australia is one of the places i'm gunna live when i get older. Kangaroos rock.
 

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To my knowledge, the water does spin in the opposite direction in Australia. It's not because of some magnetic field or such. It's because the pipes and toilets are designed differently.
 

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Square Ninja said:
To my knowledge, the water does spin in the opposite direction in Australia. It's not because of some magnetic field or such. It's because the pipes and toilets are designed differently.
...Does this mean that American plugs don't work East of the Prime Meridian either?
 
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Yes it's true, but it depends on what kind of Toilet you have aswell. Mine doesnt even spin, it just goes straight down.
 

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monkeybutt said:
Johnny Stooge, get your butt here and answer the question. xD
I'm here.

Let me go check...

I can't really tell which way it flows because the water flows around both sides and then comes in over the top, but from what I could see, it appears to go anti-clockwise. So if the toilet water spins clockwise where your from, then the answer to your question is yes.
 
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I never been to Australia before....But i think that if the toilet water really spins the opposite way, then there might be sumthing to do with gravitational force...
 
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