This post will be about public restrooms, bathrooms and all other details that go in that vicinity. If you are senstive to this subject, please stop reading here! I am venting today!
I don't know why, but lately the public restroom has been on my mind a lot lately. I am comfortable about talking about using the bathroom because we talk it quite a bit in my home.
My husband has ulcerative colitis and that has taken all the shyness out of the subject for us.
My day starts in the joys of my own home, however by the time I get to work, I get to share my exporting experiences with the "Reggies"at my work.
I call them the Reggies because they are the same group of women that we work with and according to my coworker, they have their regular times of the day that the make their "pitstop."
Do you remember when the Reggies had the "cell phone in public restrooms" war?
That was hilarious! The casualty of the entire battle was a crumpled warning sign in the garbage. And the war had ended! TAKE THAT! (no it was not me!)
Well the Reggies have been calm for quite some time, however I am the one getting irratated Maybe I might throw the first stone in this war.
Complaint #1: When there are 3 stalls, I pick the end one, why do you choose the toilet next to my stall? Do you not believe in the "3 foot comfort zone" when it is just 2 of us in the restroom.
Complaint #2: You contacted the building association and COMPLAINED to have toilet seat covers that cost me $400 to be installed. I am contacting the building association and leaving them a bill for $43.79 for the Lysol Scented sprays that need to be left on the back of the toilets. You left your mark Reggie, now lets follow the wilderness anthem "Leave No Trace". If not, let me teach your the multiple flush method. It works, I know, nothing needs to linger longer.
Every Public place I take my daughter to, she inevitably has to go to the bathroom. So to the common public:
Complaint #1: If the toilet automatic flushes and does not in the 2 minutes that you are in there, feel free to push the button and flush. No one wants a surprise to greet them.
For the love of all that is holy, WASH YOUR HANDS with SOAP!!
There, I got that off of my chest! Continue on! Have a wondeful day! haha!