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In an effort to launch something in a very short timeframe, after three months of coding in off hours for stints of a few minutes at a time, I used a framework to get *something* out. This is not code I would use for a client. Ever.
In fact, if you could see my face right now, you'd realize this is a little more than painful.
But, as sometimes has to happen with personal projects, the non-paying personal site takes a backseat to quality and gets dressed in handmedown code. Thanks to VMcore for the free ride here.
Hmm…If it is a single bathroom, yah. I would do it. ESPECIALLY IF PREGNANT.
If there are two stalls?
Unless I was very pregnant and had a friend who could stand in front of the door and explain.
Hold it and wait. I’ve never been in a men’s restroom, but my husband says they are the filthiest places on the planet. Of course, he’s kind of a germaphobe, so a misplaced piece of toilet paper might make him recoil in horror.
I hold it an wait. I’m too inhibited to use the men’s room.
One other thing. Sounds like Heather and I are married to the exact same man.
Even when I catch a brief glimpse inside the male washroom, I feel like I have to take a shower.
Boys have cooties
This is SO RANDOM. But, I totally had this dream last night that I went to drinks with a friend and found out midstream that I was using the wrong bathroom. So, I had to WAIT in there until all the men were gone. Which meant, I was away from the table a very very long time. I need help. Totally.
I would have to wait. I’ve thought about it, but I couldn’t do it.
In my personal case - it’s really a matter of need. How badly do I need to go? I live with all boys, dude. So it depends on “Eh, gotta pee… Hate the line” or “GETOUTTAMYWAY!”
Mens room!! IF I can either lock the door or work out a deal with another woman to guard the door. Absolutely! Is that bad….?
It depends. Like at church, I do it all the time because there is only one and a nice lock on the door. In more public places it has to have a lock on the outer door…(and be just a single bathroom, no stalls)...
it is too funny to walk out and have guys waiting in line! the looks on their faces is classic!
ever since I was at work waiting for the women’s to open up and a MAN came walking out. Yeah, I pee where I can.
Dude, totally go.
I cannot tell you how many times I have used the mens room, and I don’t even care if it DOES have a urinal. They still have normal stalls too!
I’ve never gone in to the men’s room to be before, but it doesn’t mean I wouldn’t. I did want to say, when you said, “One man after another popped in front of the line, whipped it out, did their thang, and left…” I first read it as “One man after another POOPED in front of the line…” I was like, “What? Men pooped in front of the women’s line?” Clearly I need to slow down a little when I read.
If the men’s room is a single-seater with an external locking door, and it’s a clean establishment with no scary men lurking about the restroom, I would do it… I would do it whether pregnant or not, quite frankly. If ya gotta go, ya gotta go!
I have nooooo problem using the men’s washroom.
If I were pregnant or drunk I would use the mens room.
If not, I would wait.
Well, I?ve used several men?s rooms in my day, (typically post-cocktail, pre-kids), and I have no problem with the whole man-space issue, the true governor for me is the filth level. Even the seemingly clean men?s rooms have an unmistakable urine smell. Yuk.
Eh… I’m pretty grossed out by most public restrooms, let alone the men’s rooms. Even during the last few months of pregnancy, when I needed to pee more often than I needed to breathe, I never crossed over to the dark side. I don’t see anything philosophically wrong with it if you’re bold enough, but I am not that woman.
If it is a single, I would whiz and go. If it is a multi-stalled bathroom, I would hold it and wait. I’m not gender biasis. I HATE all multistalled bathrooms.
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