If you look further down they also have this on the bathroom floor.
I'll just pop in to say, since these are around here (if somewhat rare now), that many of those HOT WATER faucets actually cap out at warm or possibly don't reach hot temperatures until you leave the water running at full blast for a good while.
It's not as bad as it looks and only pussies wash their hands with warm water. It's literally there for you to shave and literally nothing fucking else.
A lot of weird British solution for home appliances comes from general poorfaggotry.
Due to not-being-able-to-afford-copper houses in the UK utilize ring circuits, forcing them to use their fancy overengineered sockets with it's own fuses instead of proper breaker boxes like the rest of the civilised world.
Double taps share similar story. Fresh water (cold) is supplied from the mains but warm water is heated and stored locally. Critters like rats drinked said water, sometimes fell to the tanks and drowned. As a result most warm water storage was diseased af.
>Britons store warm, rat infested, diseased water in their homes
>Critters like rats drinked said water, sometimes fell to the tanks and drowned.
I thought Poles were supposed to be good at plumbing.
This is what brits consider healthy drinking water
The battery indicator on gnome3 is irritating.
>tfw the indicator is half full when there's only 20%
>had to get an extension to show the percent by it so I'm not constantly overestimating how much time I have left
This is actually very much true.
It's because the brits did it first. A lot of things got standardized before people found out they were better ways, but due to stubbornness it just stayed the same and convoluted work arounds were made to accommodate everything.
What I'm saying is that they need another great fire to reset everything and start from the ground up.
Wtf? If you need to brush your teeth you should at first get half a mouth of freezing cold water then slurp boiling hot from another tap? Such temperature difference could even break glass, it's bad for teeth. And how it's possible to wash hands under running water? The idea of two different taps fits only to bathtub, because water anyway mix inside it but in sink it's just weird.
Maybe your water is not such hot and cold. We have 4C cold water and about 80C hot. Cold water is fine to drink, but it's unpleasantly to keep it in mouth for a while. Hot is useless at all, until mixed.
>mfw brits have separate upload and download cables
>mfw Americans literally live in houses made of wood
>Double taps share similar story. Fresh water (cold) is supplied from the mains but warm water is heated and stored locally. Critters like rats drinked said water, sometimes fell to the tanks and drowned. As a result most warm water storage was diseased af.
This hasn't been a thing since the 40s