I hate the ladies room in our building. We have to share it with all the other offices here on the second floor.
I just recently made a trip to the ladies room here in the building where I work.
Just a few mindless observations.
a. Why do they call it a restroom? I know that when I go there it's hardly a rest period and I usually want to get in and out as soon as I can.
b. Why do people, and in this case I only have data from women's rooms, walk out of a stall before making sure that everything has cleared the bowl? How hard is this? If I had a dollar for every time that I have walked into a stall here at work and had to flush before I could use it I would be rich.
c. Why is it so hard to wash your hands after using the facilities? Numerous times I have seen or heard people use a stall and walk right back out the door, never stopping to wash their hands. MAJOR YUCK!!!
d. For those that do wash, why is it so difficult to wipe up the splashes from around the sink after you have dried your hands? I hope that the sinks of the culprits don't look like this at their homes.
e. I can see going to the ladies room for a little privacy during a cell phone conversation that you may not want your co-workers to hear but actually going into a stall and using it during the call, how important must that call be? I know I'm probably freakishly prudish on this one, but I am what I am and I wouldn't feel comfortable doing my business while on the phone with someone.
Sorry for the venting but these are questions that I have often wished I could post on the mirror in the ladies room here at our office building.