December 24, 2007 at 12:52 AM
(This year's universal nativity scene brought to you by my brother Michael)
I saw this in a unisex bathroom w/changing station in Baruchistan. Nothing religious about it at all.
Or, "It came from a unisex bathroom with changing station in Bethlehem. I had to steal it."
Jim, thanks for the laughs.
Is that why it's INTERNATIONAL? Is it on changing stations all over the world?
A better word would have been universal. I'm going to change that. It's universal because it's not written in English.
I'm pretty sure "international" is the official term though. Google up the UPI Stylebook, or whatever reporters and children use these days, and see.
It's universal. That way, it works on other planets, too.
By the way, the universal baby changing bathroom sign doesn't use a manger, and that's how you can tell the difference.
Emily, Are you suggesting Martians change diapers?
No. It's not a baby changing sign. Please note the manger.
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