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post #1141 of 1384
to have all that room is pretty sweet. One could have a picnic and a dump, and nobody would know.
post #1142 of 1384
The bathrooms at San Francisco's Slanted Door restaurant are interesting. They're like a hybrid setup - a hallway in the middle, with 5 or so toilets behind doors to the left, and sinks behind no doors to the right.

The toilet rooms are clean and accommodating, if unremarkable. Same can be said about the tray of sinks.

But the setup has an inherent problem - nobody wants a row of sinks meant to be shared for men and women. It's weird. I don't want to see the beastly women of San Francisco attempt to cover face with makeup, and i'm sure they don't want to see me checking for boogers (or maybe they do).

I would have much preferred the traditional setup of separate room for men and separate room for women. Or, at the very least, separate unisex rooms in the style of Maialino.
post #1143 of 1384
You obvious never went to DV8 in its heyday, or for that matter the roof bar at the Standard Downtown LA. People were trying to make that layout the thing for a while.
post #1144 of 1384
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by JohnGalt View Post

While I fully understand the allure of dropping a deuce in the luxury suite that is the handicap stall, it somewhat peeves me that the one in the restroom nearest my office is in near constant use by able-bodied folks when other, normal and clean, stalls are available. Not because I would rather use it, but because we have wheelchair-bound employees who may legitimately need to use it.

What say you SF, am I getting soft?

I have thought a lot about this and I have come to the conclusion that just because they are handicapped doesn't mean they are entitled to not having to wait. I mean, the bigger stall is desirable whether you're handicapped or not. Deal with it.

Editor's note: I'm a prick.
post #1145 of 1384
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by gomestar View Post

The bathrooms at San Francisco's Slanted Door restaurant are interesting. They're like a hybrid setup - a hallway in the middle, with 5 or so toilets behind doors to the left, and sinks behind no doors to the right.

The toilet rooms are clean and accommodating, if unremarkable. Same can be said about the tray of sinks.

But the setup has an inherent problem - nobody wants a row of sinks meant to be shared for men and women. It's weird. I don't want to see the beastly women of San Francisco attempt to cover face with makeup, and i'm sure they don't want to see me checking for boogers (or maybe they do).

I would have much preferred the traditional setup of separate room for men and separate room for women. Or, at the very least, separate unisex rooms in the style of Maialino.

Yeah, there are a few restaurants sprinkled through the city that have the shared sink area. Some even out kind of in the open. It is awkward and I always feel that a woman wait to wash her hands is looking at me with disgust and picturing me in the act that occurred just moments before our chance encounter.
post #1146 of 1384
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Yeah, there are a few restaurants sprinkled through the city that have the shared sink area. Some even out kind of in the open. It is awkward and I always feel that a woman wait to wash her hands is looking at me with disgust and picturing me in the act that occurred just moments before our chance encounter.

Yup. I always feel like it's super awkward. Not a fan.
post #1147 of 1384

You people are too uptight.

post #1148 of 1384


Pretty sure there still was a bulb in there a few days ago.
post #1149 of 1384


What's this about? I'm at business school in the UK, Came across this in the disabled washroom.
post #1150 of 1384
pretty queer. that's inside the door, yeah?
post #1151 of 1384
Thread Starter 
People are so odd. So many accounts of people doing weird things with toilet paper and such. I am sure it makes complete logical sense to these idiots too.
post #1152 of 1384
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Originally Posted by tropics View Post

pretty queer. that's inside the door, yeah?
inside the door. Not particularly interested in finding out tho...
post #1153 of 1384
to the ass clown who thought the front of a stall was the ideal place to dispose of your gum: I hope you get rabies.

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post #1154 of 1384
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

Twice now, drunken middle aged men have attempted to share a urinal with me when none were available. They just sidle up, unzip, and start peeing.

 

Fuckers need to wait.

Haha, here in China they've solved this problem by simply pissing between the urinals. If all the urinals are taken, it's not unommon for drunk gentlemen to just unzip and essentially piss on the floor.  

 

Quote:
Originally Posted by JohnGalt View Post

While I fully understand the allure of dropping a deuce in the luxury suite that is the handicap stall, it somewhat peeves me that the one in the restroom nearest my office is in near constant use by able-bodied folks when other, normal and clean, stalls are available. Not because I would rather use it, but because we have wheelchair-bound employees who may legitimately need to use it.

What say you SF, am I getting soft?

I try to use the handicap stall as often as possible(at least when I have to take a dump, simply because it's usually the only western toilet available. The rest are piss and shit covered squatters that I don't want my clothes to cme anywhere near to.

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Originally Posted by gomestar View Post

to the ass clown who thought the front of a stall was the ideal place to dispose of your gum: I hope you get rabies.

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LOL, if that's the only thing on the floor, then you're luckier than most...

post #1155 of 1384
wow 2 years later and this thread is still going strong...
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