I notice there are almost no partners (of hubbers who went off and asked) who would go into the ladies toilet. Most would just take their girls into the men's.
Oh and I don't have a daughter, thank goodness cos it seems to be exhausting with all these toileting questions!
Ive used the accessibility toilets too. On several occasions. There has even been a time when there was no one waiting when I went in but someone waiting when I came out - the beautiful kind disabled lady in her wheelchair stopped me to say how beautiful my 3 sons were and to say hello to my oldest 2 and coo at my baby. Her carer had a few choice words for me using the accessibility toilet (even though it doubled as a baby change in this shopping center)
Her response to him basically calling me a rude inconsiderate 8i7ch? "Shut up steve, you're being ridiculous"
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dd is no longer in a pram (well rarely) but i park in the pram bay as im really pregnant
I'm at Bunnings at the moment waiting outside the men's loos. If there's going to be some willy waggling action it's going to be at Bunnings, right?
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