FANDOM


NeedImage Image Required
This article would greatly benefit from the addition of one or more relevant images.
Please upload and include the following images in this article:
Images of the toilet.
Stub Stub
This article is a stub.
You can help Viscera Cleanup Detail Wiki by expanding it.
Toilet and seat

Two Big John Human Waste Receptacles as seen in The Office, one static and the other movable.

Big John Human Waste Receptacles (often just referred to as "toilet") are a brand of toilet found in certain levels of Viscera Cleanup Detail.

They are most often only used for decorative purposes, but in the case of Evil Science, can contain water allowing the player to wash their Mop. These versions will behave much like a normal bucket from the Slosh-O-Matic, allowing it to become contaminated and unusable for cleaning eventually. Water-filled toilets cannot be moved, and appear as static floor and wall mounted props.

Edit

Vendor has a small chance of giving an advertisement for the several machines and objects, including the Big John Human Waste Receptacle, similarly to the Slosh-O-Matic when it is to dispense human remains.

Reading the advertisement, it is revealed that the company manufacturing the toilet is Big John Industries, and that it was to operate on a keypad system, among other information. The advertisement reads as follows:

Ad-BigJohn

Advertisement

Big John Industries

Big John Human-Waste Receptacles!

When it comes to human waste, we know it inside and out. That's why our Receptacles are second to none!

With state of the art keypad control and dual tank flow, the new yet classic Big John look is a true champion.

With a wide range of Receptacle sizes, no man or beast is uncatered for, now any state of wealth. Your cheeks deserve a luxury throne!

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.