Weren’t expecting that for a Monday morning were you?
You see, it’s really been weighing on my mind and since 2 hours of my mind were spent pretty near the gutter while watching Bridesmaids
I figure this is as good as time as any. And if you’re wondering about the movie, it’s awesome. See it. It’s not quite The Hangover, but it’s up there.
Okay back to the topic at hand: toilets. More specifically toilet seats.
I’m guessing your toilet seat at home looks something like this:
So then why do public toilet seats not go full circle, like this:
I’m truly curious about this, because frankly I don’t get it. Anyone know why?
The next logical topic is toilet seat covers. Yay or nay? I’m all for them. Oddly enough my company in California has them in every bathroom, but my same company in Colorado does not. Why is this? Are us Californians more germ-adverse or are we just “dirtier?” I have to wonder…
And did you know that toilet seat covers make a great oil blotter for your face? Try it! Works wonders and what else do you do with the little circle flap in the middle.
I think the only reason public toilet seats may be “U-shaped” is so that the little circle flap of the toilet seat can lay on the inside. What do you think? I know, this has to keep you up at night.
If you’re a girl, you’ve mastered the hover. There are numerous bathrooms where a toilet seat cover just ain’t enough (bars, airports, malls, parks, etc), then you employ those thighs of steel and hover. It’s classy I know, but we gotta do what we gotta do.
Don’t even get me started on my invention of the hover bar. It’s genius, pure genius and I really should patent it.
Tell me, yay or nay to the toilet seat cover?
And, why the heck don’t public toilet seats go all the way around?
Oh and by the way, one of the best scenes in Bridesmaids is in a bathroom