Long had I been a wanderer - a nomad. With no place to call home, I was forced to make the world it. I have traveled far and wide, from toilet to toilet, drifting across the globe. At long last, a sense of stability appears. I gaze upon its glistening magnificence. A tall throne fit for a king, forged in flames and adorned in gold. As I let myself upon its rest, all the years of doubt and hardship melted away. Yes. I had found it. Yes. It was here. The struggle was over.
I had found my place in the world.
This is the best sentence I've seen on Duolingo. And I was once taught how to say "your pig is ugly" on the Spanish course. So I know what I'm talking about, guys.
I know I have seen many sentence that are funny for example: that cat knows and this still is my favorite
My highlight was "Vilken stor korv du har" (What a big sausage you have) in Swedish...
When a person is suffering from a diarrhoea or a stomachache and has to go to a toilet, but it is occupied or there is no available water. He/she has to go to other toilets, but they are occupied as well.
At last, the feces .... (you can continue the story).
I think 'kamar kecil' would translate better into 'bathroom' or 'toilet room'. Personally I use the borrow word "WC" for bathroom but this is probably referring to the literal object of a toilet.
You mean : finding a ‘clean’ toilet? As a woman, sometimes I have to exclude some cubicles because they are drowning in water. So, I go from toilet to toilet
'From the toilet to the toilet' isn't accepted. Shouldn't this be correct?
This is a fascinating one...because it actually implies lots about the culture, the local economics, etc itself.
For this to be a "common" phrase locally implies it's actually a common problem. This phrase doesn't exist in places where this is not as common an issue. So interesting.
(PS - To be sure, other places have their own, other problems, for sure! IJS - language is fascinating as you learn much more than just 'words', alone.)
This is not a reality situation in New York, for instance. To find a toilet, it is a Calvary.
A.k.a., the struggle of finding a halfway decent port-a-potty at an outdoor concert.