Digging Holes for Nature’s Call
Curiosity piqued about the bathroom routines of Survivor contestants? Turns out, they’ve got a couple of interesting methods. One approach harks back to the traditional latrine technique—players discreetly dig holes in designated areas far from camp to handle their business. According to Elaine Stott, her season’s impromptu restroom went by the delightful name of Coconut Grove. It’s fascinating how these resourceful players adapt to the challenges of island life. On Survivor, survival encompasses more than just gameplay strategy; it extends to mastering the art of managing basic needs, even if it means grabbing a shovel and finding a secluded spot to take care of nature’s call.