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Old 06-12-2016, 10:25 AM   #281
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Men who are too lazy to lift the toilet seat in public restrooms when not sitting to do their business.
...and since we're on that topic - let's mention the folks who can't crap without building a toilet paper "nest" on top of the seat ... but are too damn germophobic to push their "nest" into the crapper when they're done.


We've got one of these ass clowns somewhere in our office at the moment. The day I run into him exiting a stall might well be my last day of work.
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Old 06-12-2016, 11:01 AM   #282
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[QUOTE=SpaceNorman;3111878We've got one of these ass clowns somewhere in our office at the moment. The day I run into him exiting a stall might well be my last day of work. [/QUOTE]

Or his.
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Old 06-12-2016, 11:11 AM   #283
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We both hate it while staying at any RV park, people insist on building campfires, with wet wood, while the rain is still at a drizzle. The smoky smell that wafts thru the park for hours brings on the worst headache, and we are unable to leave any door or window open. They seem to love the " fog" that envelopes their area.


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It probably masks the "other" smoke.
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Folks that lock their big dogs in their trailer and go fishing all day and most the night thinking their dogs are going to be quiet.
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...and since we're on that topic - let's mention the folks who can't crap without building a toilet paper "nest" on top of the seat ... but are too damn germophobic to push their "nest" into the crapper when they're done. ::
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Oh ... were it just a simple ass gasket! At least those have the little flap in front that once wet, pulls the whole thing into the bowl when flushed. The "nest builders" use multiple strips of TP to cover the entire seat ... which after taking care of business .... they leave for the next guy to deal with. The next guy has to be part ballerina and part soccer player standing on one foot while trying to kick all the TP into the bowl.

I guess I should look at the bright side ... at least the seat is dry once it's all gone. Still, I'd like to bitch slap whoever's leaving the nests!
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Oh ... were it just a simple ass gasket! At least those have the little flap in front that once wet, pulls the whole thing into the bowl when flushed. The "nest builders" use multiple strips of TP to cover the entire seat ... which after taking care of business .... they leave for the next guy to deal with. The next guy has to be part ballerina and part soccer player standing on one foot while trying to kick all the TP into the bowl.

I guess I should look at the bright side ... at least the seat is dry once it's all gone. Still, I'd like to bitch slap whoever's leaving the nests!
I'd take a photo with your phone and post it on the office bulletin board with a warning to the offensive person leaving the TP nest on the seat to remove their crap before leaving the stall otherwise it may end up on their desk.

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...and since we're on that topic - let's mention the folks who can't crap without building a toilet paper "nest" on top of the seat ... but are too damn germophobic to push their "nest" into the crapper when they're done.


We've got one of these ass clowns somewhere in our office at the moment. The day I run into him exiting a stall might well be my last day of work.

I agree with the above and the earlier post about not raising the toilet seat. Jeesh, some people are just "SLOBS".
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What I have trouble understanding is why some people let their pets have full rein in the rv while it's going down the road; laying on the dash in there basket or on the floor by your feet, sitting in moms lap, etc. An accident would probably send them into/through the windshield or under your feet where the brake/accelerator pedal is. For their safety, contain them folks or train them to stay away from the immediate front area.
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Frequently, check out times are often something like 11am, and check in times closer to 2pm. I am the type of getting up and out, and am often out before the 11am, but your story might have inspired me to a long, slow breakfast meal, and a leisurely pack up. Problem is, me choosing a boorish reaction to her lack of manners would not improve her, but would make me feel like I allowed myself to be diminished by lowering myself to her level.

I would have invited her to breakfast. I would have also told her that she is the only reason for the leisurely departure. (but after I said it, and she declined breakfast, I would likely do what I would have anyway, and been out early)

Of course, if check in time was 2 PM, and I shared that with her, she might actually come to breakfast, and maybe learn how she affects others...
Well knowing how the previous poster wanted to get out and go home, with me being a solo I would have told her that I was staying another day and go back to bed just to piss her off. Yeah, I know that's wrong. But sometimes you got to do what you got to do.
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One thing not mentioned is "rubber necking" and causing a big traffic back log. Was in one of those lines that was about two miles long and slowly inching up. Seemed there was a wreck on the other side of the divided highway. Once past the wreck there was nothing but open highway. I'm sure others have similar stories.
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