Winston Churchill entered a men's washroom in the House of Commons one day and, observing Labor leader Clement Attlee standing before the urinal, took up his stance at the opposite end of the room. "Feeling stand-offish today, are we, Winston?" Attlee chirped. "That's right," Churchill replied. "Every time you see something big, you want to nationalize it."
[The Labor Party, Churchill once declared, "are not fit to manage a whelk stall."]
[Some 40,000 Americans are injured by toilets every year.]