Pretend, for example, you are a guest in someone's house and nature calls. You politely excuse yourself to make a dash for the chamber pot, shuffle your various layers and...
Well, I suppose we also all know about the legendary British sense of humor which was just as prominent in the Georgian age as it is today. I also know I would not be comfortable utilizing this sort of chamber pot, never mind cleaning it! It isn't the only chamber pot like this that I have come face to face with. There is also this beautiful chamber pot that houses a miniature Napoleon Bonaparte, just in case you wanted to let the Emperor known exactly how you feel about him.
First: Chamber pot, Victoria & Albert Museum, ca. 1800-15
Second: Chamber pot, Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton & Hove, ca. 1805