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PostPosted: Fri Aug 25, 2017 1:02 pm    Post subject:

Im surprised how comfortable I see people get in public restrooms. Worst I saw firsthand was someone taking a dumb and had a bag of fast food directly on the bathroom floor.... and from the sound he was clearly eating from that bag.
Even at my job where everyone is college educated professionals I see people place water bottles on the sink, hanging suit jackets over the stall door, and putting cases and backpacks directly on the floor.
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 25, 2017 8:25 pm    Post subject:

audioaxes wrote:
Im surprised how comfortable I see people get in public restrooms. Worst I saw firsthand was someone taking a dumb and had a bag of fast food directly on the bathroom floor.... and from the sound he was clearly eating from that bag.
Even at my job where everyone is college educated professionals I see people place water bottles on the sink, hanging suit jackets over the stall door, and putting cases and backpacks directly on the floor.


Eating in the bathroom is unimaginably filthy. Eating in a public bathroom...I have no words for that.
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 26, 2017 1:03 am    Post subject:

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The Starbucks among other places have started making gender neutral bathrooms, instead of the traditional men and women. Social progress is all fine and good until you have to worry about dropping a that guy and have some cutie waiting in line behind you to walk into the smelly shame you just left behind.


Starbucks restrooms are tempting but it's from the predicament you've described that I learned not to bring my chipped beef emergencies to them until, and only if I reach the point of no return.

Re: the "All-Gender" restroom dilemma. I disagree, and the benefits to this change were made crystal clear to me the first time I went to defcon 1 during a road trip. I felt the rabble rousing in my bee-hind, pulled off the two lane, parked, tumbled out of the car and into the lobby of a Unocal 76 in some long forsaken cultural ditch of inland hickville California where all of the radio stations at such establishments default to country music. Not the tolerable lot of country, either, but the infuriating genre sung by fat, goateed chode stains that seem to venerate country western stars from generations past, with lyrics like "what would Kristofferson doooo?" This place had 2 single-occupancy toilets...one mens room, one ladies room, and, sure as shamrocks, the mens room had a queue that extended past the mouthwash section. The ladies room knob read "vacant". I looked at the Tom, Dick, and Juan in front of me, then looked at the green "vacant" indicator, then back at the dudes, and decided that I shouldn't have to (bleep) my pants while a perfectly good toilet was available. I pioneered into the ladies room and liberated those respectful men, as well as my turds. If my leavins were foul enough to offend the daintly sensibilities of any woman unlucky enough to have to audit my dinner from last night, oh well, I wouldn't think twice about it.
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 26, 2017 9:18 am    Post subject:

Huey Lewis & The News wrote:
lakeshow03 wrote:
The Starbucks among other places have started making gender neutral bathrooms, instead of the traditional men and women. Social progress is all fine and good until you have to worry about dropping a that guy and have some cutie waiting in line behind you to walk into the smelly shame you just left behind.


Starbucks restrooms are tempting but it's from the predicament you've described that I learned not to bring my chipped beef emergencies to them until, and only if I reach the point of no return.

Re: the "All-Gender" restroom dilemma. I disagree, and the benefits to this change were made crystal clear to me the first time I went to defcon 1 during a road trip. I felt the rabble rousing in my bee-hind, pulled off the two lane, parked, tumbled out of the car and into the lobby of a Unocal 76 in some long forsaken cultural ditch of inland hickville California where all of the radio stations at such establishments default to country music. Not the tolerable lot of country, either, but the infuriating genre sung by fat, goateed chode stains that seem to venerate country western stars from generations past, with lyrics like "what would Kristofferson doooo?" This place had 2 single-occupancy toilets...one mens room, one ladies room, and, sure as shamrocks, the mens room had a queue that extended past the mouthwash section. The ladies room knob read "vacant". I looked at the Tom, Dick, and Juan in front of me, then looked at the green "vacant" indicator, then back at the dudes, and decided that I shouldn't have to (bleep) my pants while a perfectly good toilet was available. I pioneered into the ladies room and liberated those respectful men, as well as my turds. If my leavins were foul enough to offend the daintly sensibilities of any woman unlucky enough to have to audit my dinner from last night, oh well, I wouldn't think twice about it.


But did you remember to grab a hot dog and Pepsi on your way in?
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 26, 2017 9:30 am    Post subject:

I don't like the All Gender rest rooms law. If you've use a men's public bathroom it should be obvious why. Some guys don't lift the seat.
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 26, 2017 5:13 pm    Post subject:

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I don't like the All Gender rest rooms law. If you've use a men's public bathroom it should be obvious why. Some guys don't lift the seat.


Girls are just as, if not more atrocious in there. What they don't leave behind in urine on the floor, they compensate for with blood products on the seat.
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 26, 2017 6:03 pm    Post subject:

Huey Lewis & The News wrote:
lakeshow03 wrote:
The Starbucks among other places have started making gender neutral bathrooms, instead of the traditional men and women. Social progress is all fine and good until you have to worry about dropping a that guy and have some cutie waiting in line behind you to walk into the smelly shame you just left behind.


Starbucks restrooms are tempting but it's from the predicament you've described that I learned not to bring my chipped beef emergencies to them until, and only if I reach the point of no return.

Re: the "All-Gender" restroom dilemma. I disagree, and the benefits to this change were made crystal clear to me the first time I went to defcon 1 during a road trip. I felt the rabble rousing in my bee-hind, pulled off the two lane, parked, tumbled out of the car and into the lobby of a Unocal 76 in some long forsaken cultural ditch of inland hickville California where all of the radio stations at such establishments default to country music. Not the tolerable lot of country, either, but the infuriating genre sung by fat, goateed chode stains that seem to venerate country western stars from generations past, with lyrics like "what would Kristofferson doooo?" This place had 2 single-occupancy toilets...one mens room, one ladies room, and, sure as shamrocks, the mens room had a queue that extended past the mouthwash section. The ladies room knob read "vacant". I looked at the Tom, Dick, and Juan in front of me, then looked at the green "vacant" indicator, then back at the dudes, and decided that I shouldn't have to (bleep) my pants while a perfectly good toilet was available. I pioneered into the ladies room and liberated those respectful men, as well as my turds. If my leavins were foul enough to offend the daintly sensibilities of any woman unlucky enough to have to audit my dinner from last night, oh well, I wouldn't think twice about it.


Almost Volt!

What was the old thread about some fire hot sauce?

Anyhow I'll give one of these ..
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 26, 2017 6:21 pm    Post subject:

jodeke wrote:
I don't like the All Gender rest rooms law. If you've use a men's public bathroom it should be obvious why. Some guys don't lift the seat.


I can see the value in having it, but I don't think it should be required to have gender separate bathrooms. I mean, thats all I have when I go to a friends house.
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 26, 2017 7:16 pm    Post subject:

Huey Lewis & The News wrote:
jodeke wrote:
I don't like the All Gender rest rooms law. If you've use a men's public bathroom it should be obvious why. Some guys don't lift the seat.


Girls are just as, if not more atrocious in there. What they don't leave behind in urine on the floor, they compensate for with blood products on the seat.


Jodeke is more than willing to help the ladies out of their chair when they need to go to the "girl's room". Maybe his chivalry will include a visit to clean the girl's room up before his ladie visits.

(just busting' your balls jodeke)
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 09, 2017 2:19 am    Post subject:

I found a new save point.

Should the need to blow Gabriel's horn arise during a late night commute along the 405 through Orange County, find comfort at Hotel Irvine. It's right off of the Jamboree exit. Time between offramp and toilet is no longer than 2m10s but if you're lucky enough to get a green light just after the exit you can make it in about 90 seconds. The lobby restroom is visible from the entrance and you can waddle in there while you're clenched up and sphincter integrity is at <10%, and nobody will notice because the front desk is offset a bit to the left. Thou shalt not be judged. The restroom itself is very low-traffic and stalls are arranged facing perpendicular to the restroom door, with the ADA throne tucked away in a nice little corner for ultimate privacy. Recessed lighting and music raise morale as you bury your turnips.

It's open 24 hours and is always clean.
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 10, 2017 9:43 pm    Post subject:

Huey Lewis & The News wrote:
jodeke wrote:
I don't like the All Gender rest rooms law. If you've use a men's public bathroom it should be obvious why. Some guys don't lift the seat.


Girls are just as, if not more atrocious in there. What they don't leave behind in urine on the floor, they compensate for with blood products on the seat.


This. Women's public toilets, especially anywhere alcohol is served or where moms often show up with babies in tow, are often far more horrifying than men's rooms. For men's rooms, you deal with some splashback and idiots who don't bother to lift the seats before pissing all over them and the occasional (bleep) who thinks it's funny to shove paper towels into the urinal or toilet to get them soaked in urine or clog the toilets. . Disgusting, but manageable. For women's rooms, the stories I've heard and the ones I've seen myself cleaning them back in college, good god. Blood and (bleep) everywhere. Most often baby (bleep), which I can kind of understand even if I think the women were inconsiderate asses for not cleaning after changing their babies, but occasionally human logs on the floor or sink, and one horrifying instance where a coworker dragged us all into the bathroom to show us some crazed woman who smeared (bleep) all over a stall for some unknown reason.
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