I don't know about the rest of you, but I've always heard that toilets on the other side of the world swirl in the opposite direction. In an attempt to research this topic with little effort on my part, I'm blogging. lol
So far, I've learned, through conversations that:
1. In Australia the water levels are low and it's too hard to see which way the water swirls.
2. In Thailand, the water levels are really high
3. My own toilet (USA) has a counterclockwise flow and USA toilets vary in water levels.
So, in the worldwide pursuit of knowledge, go flush your toilet and report back.