In 1596, John Harrington invented the worldâ€™s first flushing toilet.
But toilets today arenâ€™t known as â€˜Harringtonsâ€™.
In 1778, Joseph Bramah patented the worldâ€™s first practical water closet.
But toilets today arenâ€™t known as â€˜Bramahsâ€™.
In 1852, George Jennings patented the worldâ€™s first fully flush-out toilet.
But toilets today arenâ€™t known as â€˜Jenningsâ€™.
Why is that?
If all of these men either invented or improved the toilet, why donâ€™t any of them get the credit?
The answer is advertising and publicity.
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