From within our chat room you may click the room list option to navigate to the many other chat rooms on the network.does not allow you to create a number of profiles using the same email address.In some localities and varieties of English, particularly outside North America, the term "outhouse" refers not to a toilet, but to outbuildings in a general sense: sheds, barns, workshops, etc. They are by definition outside the dwelling, and are not connected to plumbing, sewer, or septic system.
Others, often in more rural, older areas in European countries, simply have a hole with two indents on either side for your feet.
Depending on the size of the pit and the amount of use, this can be fairly frequent, sometimes yearly.
As pundit "Jackpine" Bob Cary wrote: "Anyone can build an outhouse, but not everyone can build a good outhouse." The arrangements inside the outhouse vary by culture.
They are still common in rural areas and also in cities of developing countries.
Outhouses that are covering pit latrines in densely populated areas can cause groundwater pollution.