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    Default Public toilets- Ewww.

    Hi there,

    I am one of many who hate using public toilets, especially with my kids.
    I am a mother of 3 (2 boys and a girl) and a short trip to the nearest public toilet brings out some of my biggest fears.

    As such, I have decided to do a research study on it as part of my new course.

    I have put together a quick 15 question confidential questionnaire as part of my assignment and would appreciate it if you could take the time to take part.
    I am hoping for 200 responses to submit a really good assignment.
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    https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/NMQHG9X

    Thanks so much for your help!

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    Good on you. I'll fill it out. But just don't tell me the results - I don't think my stomach will be able to handle it!

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    Default Public toilets- Ewww.

    Subbing cause i would love to take your quiz but won't get a chance on the computer till late tonight or tomorrow. So will then

    I'm also another who cringes with the idea of visiting a public toilet. I'm a bit ott at use tissues etc when touching buttons/locks etc and I never ever sit (difficult when in 3rd trimester) lol I HATE them!!!!

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    Default Public toilets- Ewww.

    I will do when I get on the pc happy to help

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    Done! I hate public toilets *shudder*

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    Done. I'm the other end of the scale ...... when I've got to go, I've got to go (even before pregnancy bladder).

    I work with animals and have a high respect for personal hygiene (washing hands) so believe as long as I take responsibility for myself "she'll be right" in regards to germs. I don't have children yet, so my attitude may change when i have someone else's immune system to think of though. I don't squat (too overweight to try the logistics ) but I will examine the toilet I'm about to use and will choose a cleaner looking one if available.

    The only public toilets I'm not a huge fan of are "long-drops" in the national parks up here .... when I examine those, I'm not caring so much for cleanliness - it's more native wildlife. Plus I've learnt to hold my breath or breathe shallower when using these toilets.

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    Done.... I don't get how so many people pee on seat or floor !!!

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    Hahah Maybelline......I think it is because they don't sit down on the seat! lol
    I do, but have to say I use tissue to cover it!
    Thanks for your help!


 

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