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I would like to send my French host family a guestbook for their toilet as a whimsical gift. I would like to inscribe something on the first page to inspire people to write in. I need to decide what kind of words would be appropriate. What would you advise me to write?

"chers visiteurs des toilettes" ?

Is this correct? How would you greet them?

Here's an example of a Bathroom Guest Book from The Awesomer.

  • I know it's a joke but I wonder if a "Livre d'or des toilettes" would really be appreciated as a present by most French people unless perhaps, your host family is actually in Groland ;-) – jlliagre Dec 6 '16 at 23:27
  • There is already at least one of these in French (here)[e-leclerc.com/espace+culturel/produit/… though. – jlliagre Dec 6 '16 at 23:54
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Yes, it's correct ! Nothing more to say.

But you can also write : " Bienvenue dans les toilettes ! "

Edit: Because Lambie:

You can as well use " Bienvenue aux toilettes ! ", and it's grammatically more correct than the previous sentence.

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