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03-02-2016 22:40 #11
03-02-2016 23:11 #12
If only we had those issues, I work in a corporate office and I swear what's left behind sometimes resembles a bomb site
03-02-2016 23:22 #13
Just flush, please just flush LOL.
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04-02-2016 04:33 #14-
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04-02-2016 06:10 #15
I'm having a chuckle over this thread. It reminds me of the 'can't spare a square' episode of Seinfeld
04-02-2016 06:21 #16
This conversation reminds me a little bit about The Book Of Rules.
What is The Book Of Rules you ask?
Well, right before my DH and I moved in together (at that stage he was only DP - for shame!) we made up a Book Of Rules.
The book had a lot of rules in it, mostly fairly lighthearted but rules we intended to follow as a couple none-the-less.
Anyway, the number 1 rule I put in the book was
"Whatever you think you heard, saw or smelled coming from the bathroom...YOU WERE WRONG."
Even in our own home, The Book Of Rules strictly prohibits any commentary on bathroom matters I know it's not work related per se, but it IS bathroom related!
Love this thread, thanks for the laugh this morning ladies
04-02-2016 06:26 #17Senior Member
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Gentlemen, please do not take the workplace copy of the newspaper into the toilet for 40 minutes then return it to the lunch table. Thank you.
04-02-2016 06:46 #18
Agree with those rules...here is another:
- DO NOT use the work bathroom as a place to make/take phone calls ffs.
When we had some contractors at work almost every time I went to the ladies this girl was on the phone in there. Even whilst she too used the facilities??! Just wrong...
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04-02-2016 07:52 #19
hate it when someone uses the cubicle right next to you when there's others that are free.
I prefer not to no2 in public where I can avoid it. it's stinky and embarrassing and I just can't do it. I'd prefer if everyone else shared this same level of shame but they don't. the stench of someone else's no2 though, omg. just no.
if you're paranoid you might catch AIDS off the toilet seat and prefer to stand/squat over the seat to pee, for crying out loud have the decency to wipe the bloody thing once you're done!! I've unwittingly sat down without looking far too many times only to cop a wet backside and thighs. walking around with someone else's urine on my skin for the rest of the day? um no thanks.
don't try and converse over the roar of the hand dryer. toilets are awkward enough places as it is, I'm not shouting over the hand dryer because someone feels the need to engage in polite lavatory small talk.
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04-02-2016 07:55 #20
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