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    I always courtesy flush - it's a good tip!

    I know I'm childish, but I read a really funny mean thing to do to someone:-

    When you know someone is hanging around in their cubicle waiting for the bathroom to empty so they can really let loose, open and close the door and make like you're leaving. Wait until they let rip and then give them a big cheer and clap for their efforts!
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    "If you feel a Watermelon coming on, create a diversion"

    LMAO. I am dying of laughter! All of those are absolutely hilarious!

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    This applies to college dorm community bathrooms.
    I'm laughing like a hyena over here.. so so true.
    We've had a few Havana Omelettes and Uncle Teds 'round these parts.
    No out of closet poopers... yet.
    Deny deny deny is everyones policy.

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    This is hilarious! I know EXACTLY which assholes I work with I'm sending this to.
    “What are you looking at, sugar-tits?” - Mel Gibson

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    What do you call it when someone leaves an unflushable floater for the next person?
    Fame is like a river, that beareth up things light and swollen, and drowns things weighty and solid - Francis Bacon

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    I don't know why, but having to take a poop somewhere other than home really used to embarrass me. I would lift my feet so that other people couldn't see my shoes and therefore identify me later on. And I almost always do the courtesy flush.
    "The difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has its limits."

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    I can't poop if ANYONE is in a mile radius of me. I cannot have someone in the same building or house. I have a bad hangup with that. lol

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    I had a friend who wouldn't poop at work, or away from home even. I don't know how she did it, but she did. I'd rather suffer momentary embarrassment than create all kinds of problems for myself.

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    im still dying of laughter too! ahhhhhhh so many personal reasons why.....

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    LOL @ the pooping paranoia!

    I get it too. If only we had the carefree attitudes of most dogs.....they just get down to it anywhere!
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    ^ i know right! but they don't like to be stared at either

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    Quote Originally Posted by AliceInWonderland View Post
    ^ i know right! but they don't like to be stared at either
    Heehee. Maybe if we did it out in the open, it wouldn't smell so much. Our bathrooms at work don't even have windows. I mean, really!!!
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    All this only applies to women, cause men don't give a damn. When I tell my husband these things he looks at me like I'm insane. In the army they had to shit in toilets with no cubicles at all, rows of toilets. I told him women in that situation would wait until the middle of the night to creep out.

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    omg ^ that sounds like my worst nitemare; i actually have had nitemares where i was using the toilet w/o any walls and in front of ppl

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    When I was in boot camp 10 years ago, the toilets had partitions, but no doors. I felt sooo bad for the girls whose periods didn't stop, because well, tampon insertion is a rather private affair I think.

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