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  1. 2011/12/27
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    Too funny and too weird. He didn’t ask if you could spare a square?

    • 2011/12/28
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      *Guffaw* No he didn’t ask – that would have added another layer of wacky weirdness to the moment for sure!
      Thanks for checking out the site Kevin.

  2. 2011/10/05
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    This is hilarious! And it’s the kind of thing people don’t talk about. I can see this in a stand-up comic’s routine.

    • 2011/10/06
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      So glad you too see the humor – one of those somewhat awkward moments you’re compelled to tell.

  3. 2011/10/03
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    Funny post. Thanks, Maria!

    • 2011/10/03
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      Thnx Ana, glad I got you to giggle, on a Monday at that! *grin*

  4. 2011/10/02
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    Well, if he was there for more privacy because he had to do something that requires it, I wouldn’t have waited for him to finish either. I’d sooner find another bathroom. But that’s pretty bold of him to go to the female side. I’d throw a fit. I like the segregation of male and female. In terms of bathrooms, that is. Strange, I’ve always thought that male bathrooms had stalls, too.

    • 2011/10/02
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      Sherry, It was odd but I saw humor in it then and still do. I’m guilty of using the men’s room (usually at bars when the ladies’ line is too long) on occasion and can tell you some have stalls and some don’t – given the cheapness of that employer and the bldg mgmnt, I’m just glad there were doors on the stalls.

  5. cpb
    2011/10/01
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    Yeah, so… do women normally talk in the ladies’ room between stalls?

    • 2011/10/01
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      Ha! Christopher, Don’t think there’s a written ordinance but generally we don’t

      For me, finding a male coworker there was the oddest part.

      • cpb
        2011/10/01
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        Okay, more confirmation that both camps are more alike than we care to admit. For the record, though, had it been me in there (which it never, ever would have), I wouldn’t have said a thing to you unless you were storming the stall with a TV news crew.

        • 2011/10/01
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          Therein lies the rub… had I KNOWN what I was walking into – I’d have brought paparazzi

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