ewww, i don't even wanna know.this is yet another reason why i'll always have my own bathroom.
LMAO!I am sorry but I think women's bathrooms are so filthy and I am absolutely shocked everytime I have to step into one. I often think of what pigs these people really are, that is why I hate public restrooms.
I think people can often get really nasty when they don't have to do the cleaning up afterwards, male or female.Once when I worked at McDonald's (eons ago), a little boy tried to clean up his table, and the mother said, "Don't do that! That's what these people (points to me with my broom) are here for!"To which I said, "Ma'am, hope you like how this table looks, 'cause his room's gonna be the same way."
I hate public restrooms with a passion. They are the most vile places on earth but I suppose if nature calls, they serve the purpose.When I lived in Queens there was one of the very few subway stations that had a bathroo. Desperately needing to go I literally ran in and slipped and fell on my a@#. AND it was not urine I slipped on
Thanks. I'm now having a terrible flashback to a visit I made to NYC and a bathroom where the floor was covered in water. It was only after I had already made it to the first stall I realized this was not simply water but raw sewage!I hate public restrooms too but at least here in our part of the world the facilities are more than a simple hole in the ground over which to squat.
Oye! I can just imagine..That's why I always bring my anti-bac with me everywhere.
Public restrooms gross me out. I remember when I was 16, I went from Springfield, Va to Janesville, wisconsin without using the restroom.....It was a long trip.Mary
I've been in some pretty disgusting bathrooms, but the worst was a women's room. While in high school I worked evenings at K-Mart sweeping floors and collecting carts. My manager came by and assigned three of us to go and clean up a "little mess" in the women's room. Some nice person had decided to paint the walls of a stall with the product of her bowel movement. I don't think $3.25/hr was enough to pay for that particular job.paul
alan; ahhhh! -NO NO NO, this in in ref. to your comment at my Blog, not what you just posted, crumbs! -- the mind boggles! my daughter refuses to use public washroom unless she absolutely has to....i carry around little packets with alcohol wipes, just in case.
I carry those wipes all the time, in my cooler I take to work, in my pockets when I'm out, in the glove box of both cars. One of the most useful inventions of the last few decades!:o)alan
This is incredibly graphic even without a photo!
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