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We have a can at the door because people use the paper to open the door and were throwing it on the floor once they opened the door… rolleyes.gif
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Whoever was just taking a shit in the stall next to me was also clearly unwrapping and eating something.
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maybe they were lactose intolerant and really wanted to enjoy a bowl of Puffins with whole milk.
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with a side of c. difficile
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The cycle of life.
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The ground floor toilet of our university has six stalls or so. By extrapolation, there should be six doors and six locks. Wrong. For whatever reason, one door is missing. And of the remaining five doors, two don't have locks. On top of that, one of the stalls with a door and a lock has a leaking toilet. The whole floor of the stall is covered with (I believe) clean water.
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The ground floor toilet of our university has six stalls or so. By extrapolation, there should be six doors and six locks. Wrong. For whatever reason, one door is missing. And of the remaining five doors, two don't have locks. On top of that, one of the stalls with a door and a lock has a leaking toilet. The whole floor of the stall is covered with (I believe) clean water.

Have a taste and report back.
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Bios is probably trying to get one of us to taste it. He works for Bin Laden.

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The ground floor toilet of our university has six stalls or so. By extrapolation, there should be six doors and six locks. Wrong. For whatever reason, one door is missing. And of the remaining five doors, two don't have locks. On top of that, one of the stalls with a door and a lock has a leaking toilet. The whole floor of the stall is covered with (I believe) clean water.

Like in high school there was only one bathroom that had stall doors to limit the amount of kids smoking in them. It was torture when you had to run 20 minutes up three floors all while holding in gallons of diarrhea to get to shit in peace.
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Like in high school there was only one bathroom that had stall doors to limit the amount of kids smoking in them. It was torture when you had to run 20 minutes up three floors all while holding in gallons of diarrhea to get to shit in peace.
happy.gif Our high school had 2-3 male bathrooms, each having 2-4 stalls (the full package--stall, door, lock).
On a related note, I really thought purposely clogging up pissoirs with tp would stop after high school. Sadly, it didn't.
On the upside, the ceiling isn't covered with tp anymore (kids used to throw wet tp balls at the ceiling which somehow still sticked to the ceiling after having fully dried). This may have something to do with the fact that the only tp in the bathrooms is located in the stalls. At the sinks, we have those hand towel dispensers.
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Why would the TP be anywhere else? Have you tried drying your hands with TP?
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that right,, I am thinking our man may be a "post poop paperer," marking his territory after the deed is done, or perhaps even sending a message to his successors in interest,me too

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Why would the TP be anywhere else? Have you tried drying your hands with TP?
You're right, I should have said "paper towels" instead of "toilet paper". Would "toilet paper towels" suffice since they are dispenser of the paper towels is located in a toilet/bathroom? To answer your second question, yes, I have. Haven't you? It's actually fairly common in public bathrooms when they run out of refills of paper towels for their dispenser or it's broken that they temporarily "replace" it by a roll of toilet paper. You may not believe it, but toilet paper is not solely capable of drying and cleaning the area between your buttocks (or other parts of your body), but is also capable of soaking up water which sticks to your hand after having washed them (scumbag water, I know).

Anyway, I have bad news. The toilet does not leek clean water. It wasn't urine either. Either someone thinly spread mud over the floor or missed the toilet by far, or the toilet leaked it. The horrid stench easily qualifies as a chemical weapon. Also, another stall's floor was covered in water (or some transparent liquid) and one stall has an "out of order" sign posted to it. Note to self: avoid this bathroom at all cost. Oh, I also believe that the width of the hand towel dispenser's towels shrunk.
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Originally Posted by b1os View Post

You're right, I should have said "paper towels" instead of "toilet paper". Would "toilet paper towels" suffice since they are dispenser of the paper towels is located in a toilet/bathroom? To answer your second question, yes, I have. Haven't you? It's actually fairly common in public bathrooms when they run out of refills of paper towels for their dispenser or it's broken that they temporarily "replace" it by a roll of toilet paper. You may not believe it, but toilet paper is not solely capable of drying and cleaning the area between your buttocks (or other parts of your body), but is also capable of soaking up water which sticks to your hand after having washed them (scumbag water, I know).

No, the issue is that, at least here, TP is too fragile to be used for proper wiping. It breaks off and sticks to you. Folks think it's OK to use for wiping your butt because you can't see it.

Generally, if a rest room is out of towels I resort to the seat covers.
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Depends on the amount of layers it has, I guess. But yeah, I know what you mean.

Seat covers = pieces of paper that you put on the toilet seat? I've never seen those IRL.
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