Friday, April 21, 2006

New York: America’s Cloggiest City

NEW YORK (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – New York is already known as the Big Apple but now comes proof it’s also the “Big Clog.”

That’s according to a clog study by Scott tissue done in honor of National Plumber’s Day, which takes place Tuesday (Apr. 25).

New York takes the cake – er, clog, but is backed up by the Miami/ Fort Lauderdale area, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Houston.

Meanwhile, the least backed-up city in America is Seattle/ Tacoma followed by Denver, Minneapolis-St. Paul and Orlando, Florida.

By the way, 12 percent of Americans admit flushing a ball down their toilet; six percent have flushed a fish and two percent have flushed a cell phone or iPod.

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