That in no way that indicates that a majority of men are incapable of using the restroom without pissing all over everything. It indicates that some small portion of men like to fuck up restrooms, and that men are more likely to fuck up restrooms than women, but it doesn't really demonstrate anything about a majority of men.
I agree that it doesn't demonstrate anything about a majority of men.
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Actually... from anyone I've ever known who has had to clean a public bathroom... as a janitor's job or part of fast food work, or a gas station or whotever... they have ALWAYS said that the women's washroom is consistently and always the worst by far.
The men's may be a little messy, puddle on the floor type thing. Every single horror story about "there was feces all over the walls" has always been from the women's washroom. I have no idea why.
This's second hand experience, however, and only from a smallish sample group and area. It may just be that the women around here are psycho.
All things considered, that's perfectly possible.
Women are more likely to take children with them into the bathroom.
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You want to have menstrual cramps now? Good grief....
He wants to have to feed his baby in a room filled with toilets.
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I saw this for the first time in a local McDonald's; in order to enter the men's restroom, a token had to be purchased for $0.25 and inserted into a coin slot on the restroom door. (The women's restroom was free.)
I don't have proof, but I saw this somewhere, in a rather dirty neighborhood in the city. (Were they worried about crime?)
My question: What could have motivated the restaurant to do this? What is it supposed to achieve or prevent? I don't see the rationale, except for a way to gather extra revenue for the store, but...any other reasons?
I think it's because it's in a bad city. The only time I've encountered a coined bathroom(to even enter to wash hands) was at a Taco Bell in Richmond, CA... and I just checked online and it's the most dangerous city in California and ranked #11th in the nation. I don't think a quarter is going to help revenue that much... lol but probably for some other safety precaution for the types of people that will walk in there.
This might be an urban legend but...a friend of a friend was visiting New York City and who had to pay a quarter to use the stall. This is not the end of the story there is more...
It was then he noticed there was no toilet paper and he walked down by the sinks and saw a homeless bum selling pieces of toilet paper.
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