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    Speaking of male/unisex toilets etc... A few years back I walked into the men's toilet at work by mistake... Unintentionally Locked eyes with a make colleague taking a whizz.. How embarrassment....

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    Most unisex toilet blocks I've seen are simply separate cubicles and a relatively open wash area.

    I'm all for them!!

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    No way do I want unisex toilets! DH says men are very noisy when doing their number 2's. Farting, grunting. No thank you!

    Plus I'd be worried some perv would peek over the stall. Ladies only for me thanks!

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    ...but I'm still fine with DH taking DD to the men's. As I said earlier I remember going with my dad as a child and finding the whole experience hilarious. And not a willy to be seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICanDream View Post

    My DH said snowballs as well about him taking dd to the ladies and quite honestly I wouldn't go into the men's with DS.
    Off topic... I've heard so many people say "snowballs" on here. I get its a profanity. I just don't understand what... help ease my confusion?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butterscotch View Post
    Off topic... I've heard so many people say "snowballs" on here. I get its a profanity. I just don't understand what... help ease my confusion?

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    It's an expression; "A snowballs chance in hell". So not rude, just saying something is very unlikely to happen

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    Snowballs chance in hell

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butterscotch View Post
    Off topic... I've heard so many people say "snowballs" on here. I get its a profanity. I just don't understand what... help ease my confusion?

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    As others have said the phrase is snowballs chance in hell, not really rude just a way of saying never going to happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetpeamummy View Post
    I have never seen this. I have seen mums sending sons into men's toilets. I have seen fathers sending their daughters into the woman's toilets. I have never seen a mother or father accompanying their child into the gender specific toilet of the child. Ever.
    Me either. Ever. Kind if irritating me how many posters are carrying on like every man would happily take their daughter into a women's toilet. It's not going to happen!!! Men just won't do it!!

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    I've seen it.
    Once only but while in a Westfield in Bondi I came out of the cubicle with my DS1 and there was a young father washing his daughter's hands.
    No biggie.
    I think it depends on the type of man.

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