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Thread: Going to the bathroom at work
11-13-2009 04:27 PM #166
This happened two days ago at work ... layout of the bathroom is: doorway -> urinal -> regular stall -> handicapped stall. I always go for the extra legroom if both stalls are open. So the other day I walk into the bathroom, see both stall doors open, and start to walk toward the last stall. As I reach the mid-point of where the two stalls meet, I see pants on the floor, a hairy leg, and a conveniently placed book. I stopped dead in my tracks, whirled around, and walked back out of the bathroom without pausing.
Who sits and reads on a toilet at work WITHOUT CLOSING THE STALL DOOR?!
I hesistate to think how much worse it would have been if he hadn't been reading ...
12-14-2009 12:04 PM #167
On Friday while I was in the bathroom washing my hands, I could notice in the mirror that something wasn't right in the one stall. By seeing the way things were positioned on the floor I could tell that this guy had taken off his pants and shoes while making bears (rep to anyone who guesses the making bears ref)! To top it off in the afternoon I saw him in there again doing the same thing!! Who needs that much freedom on the crapper?
Last edited by DuffMan; 12-14-2009 at 12:15 PM. Reason: Posed question in regards to rep.
12-14-2009 12:41 PM #168Plus Member Since June 2009 Major Leagues
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01-06-2010 12:16 PM #169
After almost a year laying off the stuff, I'm back on coffee. Since it takes my innards a little while to adjust, look out office bathroom!
01-06-2010 08:24 PM #170
01-06-2010 08:51 PM #171
03-05-2010 02:47 PM #172
How can someone sit on a toilet and take a nap? Judgeing by the breathing coming from the next stall that is exactly what the guy was doing.
03-05-2010 04:12 PM #173
12-01-2010 11:17 AM #174
There's several guys on my floor that gets one of those tissue toilet liners before going in there to do their business. I have to question the manhood of a guy that needs a tissue liner.
12-01-2010 11:38 AM #175
12-01-2010 12:29 PM #176Plus Member since 4/07 Major League Starter
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Coffee is a diuretic because of caffeine. It makes everyone pee. Its effect as a laxative on specific people is kind of debated. Warmness of the liquid, irritation of the stomach due to specific enzyme, etc, etc......whatever it is normally works on me....often at the office.
12-01-2010 01:22 PM #177
Coffee doesn't actually seem to be a diuretic, though (with the updated, er, correct definition). I don't think it has a different effect than any other fluid, at least not among those that are predominantly water. But that's not really the subject of discussion here so I will let that go.
12-01-2010 03:19 PM #178
Not surprised that Hank Scorpio has the most posts in this thread.
12-06-2010 09:02 PM #179
I'm in Stall A, closest to the door. B, C, and D are unoccupied. Someone comes rushing in and immediately goes into none other then Stall B.
Awkwardness ensues for the next five minutes. Isn't it a general rule to leave a stall in between if another is open?
12-07-2010 02:01 AM #180