Entries Tagged as 'bathroom'
Yeah, I get that you don’t want to touch the germy bathroom door handle with your just-washed hands. But that makes tossing your paper towel on the floor okay…how? And this is hardly an isolated problem. To wit:
From Margi’s office in Green Bay, Wisconsin (just click the image to enlarge):
From Edmonton, Alberta:
From Brittany’s office in Chicago:
From a hospital in Durham, North Carolina:
And finally, from Eileen’s office in Cincinnati, Ohio…
related: Nobody likes electric hand dryers (except maybe those fancy Dyson ones)
Tags: bathroom · etiquette · garbage · hygiene · office · washing your hands
Because dribbling isn’t such a useful skill outside of basketball…
Somehow I don’t think suggesting people sit down at the urinal is the answer, though.
Perhaps something a bit more Olympic in spirit?
related: Well, that seems (uri)logical enough
extra credit: Urinal Games [youtube.com]
Tags: office · piss · Pittsburgh · toilet
Writes Lesley in Los Angeles: “My friend owns a store in Downtown L.A., and he constantly gets people (mostly tourists) coming in to ask him where they can find a public restroom. I guess he finally got fed up.”
related: The town recommends you hold it.
Tags: Los Angeles · most popular notes of 2012 · retail hell · toilet · tourists
Two unisex bathrooms; two crops of overly-educated office drones; one shared problem.
(Re: “You can do it with one hand!” Clearly, Natalie knows her audience.)
related: It’s not rocket science.
extra credit: “My dad is a bachelor and this is how he keeps his toilet paper…” [imgur]
Tags: battle of the sexes · Facebook · toilet paper
This [plagiarized] note comes to us from a staff restroom at NASA’s Johnson Space Center. “This is just great,” says our submitter. “We can put a 7-degrees-of-freedom robotic arm in space that can build a space station, but we can’t get a ‘wall robot’ to work…or even send in a work order request to get it fixed.”
Neil DeGrasse Tyson, would you care to test out this motion sensor hand towel machine for yourself?
Aaaaand…there you have it.
related: It’s not rocket science.
extra credit: “Nice Work If You Can Get It” [This American Life]
Tags: bathroom · Houston · office · thanks (but not really)
Four roommates, a half-gallon of stolen ice cream, and 9 months worth of unflushed toilets went into the making of these two flowcharts.
related: Hover & Flow(chart)
Tags: battle of the sexes · flow chart · food · fridge · most popular notes of 2012 · Ohio · roommates · toilet
Fun fact: according to a Pew Research report, 30% of young adults have pretended to be using their phone in order to avoid interacting with the people around them.
If you’re one of them, here’s a head’s up: Your awkward penguin moves aren’t gonna help you at Gestalt Haus in San Francisco.
Adds our submitter, Carly: “Even though I bought plenty of beer while I was there, I still felt like I needed to make eye contact with the bartender when coming out of the pisser. And that gets a little awkward after a while.”
related: Drip-dry only, ladies
Tags: bar · most popular notes of 2012 · oh snap · San Francisco · toilet
Well, this is a new one.
“Just…wow,” says our submitter in Springfield, Illinois. “I’ve never been told that I have to assess my the consistency of my fecal matter prior to it leaving my body.”
related: How you say diarrhea politely?
Tags: Illinois · most popular notes of 2012 · shit · toilet
Writes Brad in North Carolina: “This was in the bathroom at work, and I must have read it three or four times before admitting I didn’t have a clue what was happening. The confusion could have been due to the grammar, the punctuation, or the notion that people blow their nose on the countertop (?!?).
Perhaps there’s a snot-rocketer on the loose?
Adds Brad: “In the day and a half since the note has been up, nobody has touched that roll of toilet paper.”
related: Hey, I was saving that for later!
Tags: bathroom · hygiene · North Carolina · nose-picking · office · toilet paper
Though this may look like the the bloody rantings of a serial killer, Tino in Stuttgart, Germany says this was simply his flatmate’s way of stating his displeasure at the ongoing lack of parity in toilet-paper purchasing.
(Tino’s rough translation: YOU ASSES[,] BUY SOME TOILET PAPER.)
And my favorite part…
related: Comrades, take notice!
Tags: Deutsche · Germany · heart · roommates · toilet paper