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Irish bar has a creative solution for people constantly writing on its toilet doors

If you can't beat them, join them. But only on your own terms. The Salt House, a pub in Galway, Ireland, was tired of its patrons constantly writing on its toilet doors, so the pub owners came up with a clever solution: a children's toy. SEE ALSO: This cafe had the perfect response to a 1-star TripAdvisor review The pub placed a sign kindly asking customers to not draw on the walls and doors and offered a Magna Doodle (a toy magnetic drawing board) to people who just can't help their artistic urges.
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