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    Quote Originally Posted by lemonpancakes View Post
    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!

    Most unisex blocks ive seen are floor to ceiling... No chance of peeking.


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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    It's an expression; "A snowballs chance in hell". So not rude, just saying something is very unlikely to happen
    Oh thanks everyone... I thought it was code lol:what:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    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!!
    You are wrong.

    Men will and do. I seen a few over the years.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Phony View Post
    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.
    Ouch.

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    Well I take DS with me into the women's, obviously. As for his dad, I assume he would take him into the men's. I, not fussed, what I am fussed about us that he is with DS the whole time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    Ouch.
    Really?
    There was no hidden dig there.
    Obviously the type of man that was OK with bringing his daughter to the ladies room is a different type to the man who wouldn't dream of it.
    That's OK.
    Where's the 'ouch'' in that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phony View Post
    Really?
    There was no hidden dig there.
    Obviously the type of man that was OK with bringing his daughter to the ladies room is a different type to the man who wouldn't dream of it.
    That's OK.
    Where's the 'ouch'' in that?
    It's not a character trait where a person takes their child to the toilet. It's just a preference. I didn't see it as part of the measure of the man DH is where he would take the kids to the toilet.

    you may not have meant it that way but that's how it came across and not just to me.

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    I was imagining it on a man's RSVP profile ....

    "Single, loves movies, dinners and will take our daughters to the women's toilet when shopping."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    It's not a character trait where a person takes their child to the toilet. It's just a preference. I didn't see it as part of the measure of the man DH is where he would take the kids to the toilet.

    you may not have meant it that way but that's how it came across and not just to me.
    I think that after hollywood statement that all men won't do it. She was just saying that is a kind of man that will.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    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!!
    @Hollywood Just like you are irritating other posters with your poster with your "no men will do it." Even when poster have seen it or had their dh do it.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    It's not a character trait where a person takes their child to the toilet. It's just a preference. I didn't see it as part of the measure of the man DH is where he would take the kids to the toilet.

    you may not have meant it that way but that's how it came across and not just to me.
    Exactly? So where lies your problem?


    To be honest, my DH wouldn't take a daughter to the ladies room either.
    I'm not making any judgements about men who do or men who don't.
    It's just the way it is.
    I have seen it happen and I'm not alone in that either.


 

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