Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Napoleon V, Feb 25, 2015.
Will you use them? Do you flush with your bare hand? Do you flush at all?
I shit on the floor.
i don't flush
Shit better be hands free for me to flush.
Kick the handle in the shitter and line the seat with at least 3 layers of TP.
Can i get a definition of communal bathroom
I also hang a piece of TP in the door gap so no homos peak in.
I like the ones with no walls for a true sense of community.
Is this about those bathrooms for people who don't know if they're a man or woman or whatever the fuck? If so, then fuck them.
nope. women stink in a way that is totally different from men. very acidic and kind of painful to smell. don't think i could pee in the same place. would have to find a brick wall someplace else.
There was a guy in the fraternity house back in the day that would keep the door propped open with his knee while he shit... he was once charged with making terroristic threats over the telephone in an unrelated case, but still, that's the kind of guy he was.
As long as it's not a trough, I'm good.
I don't want to hear, see or smell women using their orifices for things other than what they were intended for.
i don't mind the troughs though. at my age they are much easier to hit than those teenie-weenie toilets. i just didn't think any of them survived the 1970s in the city. i saw a few were turned into hotel fountains in upscale hotels here. none of the < 40 crowd knows what those circular fountains were originally designed for.
There's been a new thing going on where it's ok for a female bathroom attendant to be in the men's rooms while the action is happening. I'm kinda ok with this.
happens at work all the time. those female janitors just come in and start cleaning regardless of what we are doing.
Do you mean like the ones in the middle of a jail cell?
Asking for a friend
i've never seen one like that. the ones that used to be in the midtown bars and some clubs were like circular urinals with sprays every 3 or 4 feet around the inside. now the ones that survived are used as centerpiece fountains with flowers all over, but if you look you can still see the sprays.