but I guess that's nothing compared to the time someone puked huge chunks in the urinal in my friend's bar.
What's the deal with this guy in the bathroom? (Public Bathroom Etiquette) - Page 88
my father managed to flush all of his keys down the toilet once. The toilet was flushing and he was standing over it, and he reached for something in his pocket. Well whatever he wanted was stuck to the keys, so as he pulled it out, the keys came with it, but they broke off and went into the toilet just as the final WHOOSH pumped them to enternity.
it was then that we learned that holy shit car keys are expensive to replace.
Of for fucks sake learn to hot wire your own car. Fucking pathetic.
There's always the negative Nancy regardless of race, class, or position in the company. I've worked with several white collar IT and finance folks who couldn't take a complement if their life depended on it. When "hey, great job on that project/spreadsheet/toilet scrubbing" begets a "well I worked all night on it" or "it was busy work anyways" you know who I'm talking about.
Update on the mystery pooper in the middle stall: He's still doing it, and I haven't been able to catch him. But I've got 2 other people on the look out. We'll catch him sooner or later. He's got mysterious stealth abilities, no one has even seen him come or go.
The woman who does the bathroom cleaning on my floor at work is young and Spanish. She does an incredible job, everything is always super clean, but I think she might hate her job, and specifically "the white man". She always talks to this Spanish speaking woman in my office who I work with, but anytime I try to smile at her or say anything she always has a puss on her face. I mean I can't blame her for not jumping for joy at work, but I give her tons of credit for doing a great job. I think I will ask my coworker what her deal is (they talk in their native tongue).
Similar situation here - I feel almost compelled to thank them because they make it spotless multiple times a day as part of a thankless job no one wants (fyi:I cleaned bathrooms as part of a my first job as grocery bagger; I'll note that public bathrooms versus office ones are worse). But I get the sense they don't want to be seen - like no eye contact - so you don't recognize them outside of the office as "oh, that's the lady who cleans our toilets". Just my hunch. It would be awkward, but these are the people we should be tipping...