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There used to be a huge overweight (500+ lb) guy who would go into the only handicapped stall in the building and go to sleep for 2+ hours at a time.  You would clearly hear him snoring.  It was very weird.  

 

The most uncomfortable place I've ever shat is at a state park right before a triathlon.  For some reason, nerves always get the better of me at those events, and about 20 minutes before the start, I must take care of business or I have abdominal cramps for the entire race.  Anyway, this place had 5 concrete wall stalls, with no doors, opposite the wall of sinks (and mirrors).  It was high traffic, due to the large number of competitors, and the only way someone could tell if anyone was in the stall was to walk by and look.  Also, it had the cheapo toilet paper that you can see through.  

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right,I am going to find out who it is. I will keep everybody updated as I know you are all scratching your heads as well too,

O2cpgJ

post #1263 of 1373
Back when i had an office job I used to book a meeting room to go and sleep in. There was a nice small one, out of the way at the end of the building, not overlooked at all. Important to have something to look forward to in your work day, you know.
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right,I am going to find out who it is. I will keep everybody updated as I know you are all scratching your heads as well too,
O2cpgJ

YES! New mystery! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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I thought I had the guy nailed down, but he came and went as usual. The only odd bit was that he went into the middle stall (they were all empty). Who does that???

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on Saturday, I was watching a hockey game at Madison Square Garden. Right in the middle of the second period, somebody near me ripped a giant fart. A radius that was roughly 8 people wide and 3 rows deep clearly got a whiff, including me. The guy behind me told the group that whoever it was, "congratulations on that skill", and some people a row back and a few seats over did the shirt over the nose trick.



who does that? Densely packed crowd at a fun sporting event, they feel a big one brew right up and think "I'm going to let this one go right here."
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on Saturday, I was watching a hockey game at Madison Square Garden. Right in the middle of the second period, somebody near me ripped a giant fart. A radius that was roughly 8 people wide and 3 rows deep clearly got a whiff, including me. The guy behind me told the group that whoever it was, "congratulations on that skill", and some people a row back and a few seats over did the shirt over the nose trick.



who does that? Densely packed crowd at a fun sporting event, they feel a big one brew right up and think "I'm going to let this one go right here."

 

 

Happens all the time at football games. I always assumed it was the beer talking.

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This post made no sense.

The all thread is not making any sense..
post #1272 of 1373
every year, the secretaries think it's fun to put holiday decorations up around the office. They'll take a paper clip, tie some ribbon on it, and then an ornament and hook the clips into the ceiling tiles.

i took one down and hung it up in the bathroom. makes for a more festive dump.
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I thought I had the guy nailed down, but he came and went as usual. The only odd bit was that he went into the middle stall (they were all empty). Who does that???

A middle trap donor is one to stay away from, not to be trusted. Similar rule with urinal abuse
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Woman With Claustrophobia Goes Through Painful Ordeal

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WASHINGTON, D.C. -

A claustrophobic woman's worst nightmare comes true. After getting locked inside a work bathroom after hours, she had to claw her way out.

"It was terrifying," Karen Perrin recalled.

She showed us the pictures taken after the fact of the gaping hole that she made in the restroom wall that finally allowed her to escape.

Just thinking about the ordeal makes Karen cry.

"I panicked. I'm claustrophobic, number one," Perrin painfully recalled.

Karen is a senior assistant for a private family foundation.

She was working on a project until 10 on 12/6, preparing her boss for international travel.

"I wrapped things up at my desk, packed my work bag, went to the ladies room for a quick trip there before departing," she recalled.

But when she came out of the stall and washed her hands, she found that the door to the ladies restroom was locked.

"The door would not budge."

She tried to dismantle the lock and she kicked at the door, but nothing. Eventually, she broke off the handle, but she still couldn't get out.

But with the door handle, she was able to chisel a hole in the wall leading to the men's room next door, but she ran into a barrier.

She then tried to get the attention of security monitoring the outside hallway by camera.

"One thing I did begin to do immediately was to take paper towels and slide them under the door, shoot them under the door," said Perrin.

However, nobody noticed.

With no other choice, Perrin had to try to keep chiseling away at the wall with the door handle.

Eventually, she tore a hole through the wall next to the door and got her hands through to unlock it from the outside.

Her hand was bleeding and she was aching all over.

"My wrists... you know, my hands. I do know I have contusions on my hands from using the door handle to chisel the wall," she said.

She called home with a phone from the outside. Her husband and daughter came to get her and were relieved to know she was okay.

"I kept ringing her phone, calling her, calling her and really just before she called, I was on the way down there," Lonnie Perrin recalled.
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And then she was fired.
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