It’s an equal opportunity world. So if a town has a statue of a peeing boy, why shouldn’t they also have a female equivalent, right?
Enter Jeanneke Pis.
This squatting peeing girl fountain was designed by Denis-Adrien Debouvrie in 1985 and erected in 1987 down a small corridor off a busy restaurant row across from Délirium Café.
(Earlier this week I blogged about Jeanneke Pis’s more famous male counterpart, Manneken Pis. Come back later this week for one more peeing statue in Brussels.)
It's an equal opportunity world. So if a town has a statue of a peeing boy, why shouldn't they also