alwaysonthego wrote: »
My DH believes after 8 years that women don't poo. For some reason, whether I am stuck in one Freud's psycosexual stages, I am very sneaky when I go and wait until Mr Always is out of the house, mad isn't it. I don't know whether I am being ladylike or a complete psycho
Tigsteroonie wrote: »
I think the problem with poo'ing at work is the chance that, as you leave, one of your colleagues chooses that same moment to go .... And they'll smell the residual smell. Or worse, they'll enter while you're mid-motion and hear you go. You have to face that colleague afterwards, and they've been in close proximity to you while you poo. It's embarrassing.
Well, I find it embarrassing.
Didn't used to bother one of my colleagues, she'd quite happily go at work. And she was a vegetarian with digestive issues. And she never checked the pan afterwards ..... yeuch.
DirtPoorGuy wrote: »
I don't think this is just something that is a problem for women, I know plenty of guys who do the same, the general state of mens public toilets put me off, I must confess I didn't get over this until I was in my mid twenties after having endured the Glastonbury festival toilets everything else seemed civilised by comparison.
I do think that public toilets are often badly designed, whilst nobody expects them to be soundproofed I really think the partition cubicles are no longer acceptable and given that most public buildings have air conditioning there is no reason why it cannot be extended to the toilets.
Maybe the real issue is that we should be demanding better designed toilets.
sazz1006 wrote: »
A friend of a friend(honest) had her fairly new fella over to stay and needed to go in the middle of the night. She was so terrified he would hear/smell it she did it into a carrier bag so there were no plopping noises! He woke up when he heard her going downstairs to put the offending bag in the bin - not sure what would have been more embaressing -the noises or explaining why you were going to the bin at 0400!!
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