We've all seen some pretty crappy mascots in the past. Whether it be your old high school mascot or the mascot to your favourite sports team, some of them just aren't A-level material. However, this Candian city just brought 'crappy' to a whole new level. Metro Vancouver has just announced their two new mascots, Pee and Poo.\nYes, that's not a typo. Yesterday, the two mascots Pee and Poo were seen walking around the Waterfront SkyTrain Station for the launch of the Unflushables campaign. Commuters were taken aback when they spotted the duo, one dressed as a look-a-like poo emoji while the other one was a bright yellow droplet of pee.\nThis Unflushable campaign is a month-long initiative that is aimed at informing residents what can and cannot be flushed down their toilets. The purpose of this campaign is to inform residents that only toilet paper and bodily waste should be flushed down the toilet, and objects such as 'flushable' wipes should not.\nOf course, while the video of the two new mascots walking around is hilarious and the campaign has good intentions of informing residents of proper sewage etiquette, many Canadians are suggesting that maybe this idea should have been flushed down the toilet.\nUnflushables Launch 2019Pee and Poo - Metro Vancouver's two new mascots - visited the Waterfront SkyTrain Station for the launch of the April 1 Unflushables campaign to get the message out that only pee, poo and toilet paper should be flushed.Posted by Metro Vancouver on Monday, April 29, 2019\nMany Canadians have taken to Twitter mainly to just mock the idea. With so many puns lined up, nobody can blame them for making the most of the crappy situation.\nWhat a crappy job for the 💩 mascot— Real AsianDriver (@realasiandriver) May 1, 2019\nWhat a waste 😁😄— Jerry Strong (@JerryDStrong) May 1, 2019\nHoly crap!!!— Shane Humphrey (@shumphrey_shane) May 1, 2019\nYes, it’s an actual “**it job”. Unbelievable but true. What a tough gig.— Carol Petersen (@CarolPe64837759) May 1, 2019\nI expect Tampy the Tampon will make an appearance soon.— Some Guy (@andynez) May 1, 2019\nHowever, other Canadians are downright angry about the new change. Many have stated their concerns about how it may be a waste of taxpayer dollars and how it can be used towards other sewage needs such as updating and maintaining public washrooms around the area.\nTax dollars actually went towards this? 🤦🏼♂️🤦🏼♂️— Mike Kermode (@mikekermode) May 1, 2019\nI was hoping they were there to raise awareness of the shameful lack of public toilet facilities on the SkyTrain system and at waterfront station. Why raise this awareness in a building that has no toilets?! Yes I know about the 3 stalls at SeaBus.— cindy lee kelly (@kellycindy62) May 1, 2019\nTaxpayers money once again being put to good use I see! 🙄🤔💩#translink #CKNW #CTVVancouver #CBCnewsbc #News1130 #CityTVhttps://t.co/1mVQlIKNwj— Jason Tosc@ (@Jas0nMCGA) May 1, 2019\nClearly my tax dollars are going down the toilet on this one 😬— shelley. (@thisisshelleyj) May 1, 2019\nA lack of public toilets throughout the region and this is what we get. Great solution.— Jim Goddard (@jimgoddard3) May 1, 2019\npic.twitter.com/NNxtQzUKH5— Hoffer (@bryan_hoff) May 1, 2019\nHowever, despite the different opinions of Canadians weighing in on these new mascots, Metro Vancouver has gotten everyone talking and more importantly, was able to get the word out about what not to flush down your toilet.