Mar 21, 2010


Over a year ago I posted about my colleagues and their bathroom habits, specifically those who are so frightened of people peering into a stall they hang toilet paper over the space between the door hinges insuring no one sees the activity. Yes my fellow coworkers are a bit modest while they poo and wasting restroom materials seems like a good idea to them. They don't exactly go green.

Sensitive to their plight of another guy possibly seeing their manhood the company responded. They installed metal trim on the doors to keep away the admirers of men who poop. Freedom is now ours in our small cube.

Sure I'll miss the fun of someone's eyes peering into the stall and I announce that my stance is indeed not wide, but is really giving guys that much privacy a good idea? Usually people behave better when they feel they're being watched. Just saying...

"Civilization is the progress toward a society of privacy. The savage's whole existence is public, ruled by the laws of his tribe. Civilization is the process of setting man free from men." - Ayn Rand


Anonymous said...

I never thought of draping TP over that little crack! lol

JLee said...

I thought men didn't care who saw them poo? ha