Mediatoilets aside, we all know the statement John Hughes made about growing out of school peer groups in The Breakfast Club. And then there was Amy Heckerling’s Fast Times at Ridgemont High contradicting humour with some bitter realities of life while capturing the contemporary spirit. I always like to combine these two with Joel Schumacher’s St. Elmo’s Fire, because this excellent drama takes us another step closer to adulthood, pointing out the transition from the juveniles the characters once have been to the grown ups they reckognize they’ve become.
How much has this got to do with Mediatoilets, you might ask. Not too much, actually, but there is one particular scene in St. Elmo’s Fire that can’t be omitted in this eclectic roster of duties. It’s a nasty kind of slam dunk and I strongly advice you to not try this at home or anywhere else. So sit back and let go, looking at this Mediatoilet below.