In my unit we share a common bathroom, men and women. Why is it that women normally says to a man after using the toilet that he forgot to put the seat back? The last I remember, I had to raise the seat up before I used it. So, why can't a woman put the seat back when she had to use it?
Now, now... I don't mean to stir trouble. I'm just a curious male and I already learned my lesson. I always put the seat down afterwards.
What a boring world it would be if women stopped talking.
Sep 3, '01
kewl--I think I can kinda seeing you do that; other than the "major business" rule, the rest were from other people.
might laugh at your antics, but others in our unit could and would make your life a living hell!!! as more than one male has discovered. One doc in particular shared your philosophy until the Division Chief (male) took him aside for a little heart to heart. Since he was such an a$$ho1e anyway, we didn't much of an excuse to be the nurses from he11!
It might help to visualize the lounge table about 6ft from the toilet. Attractive view while eating, esp.
with the seat up!!
My Dad had 3 daughters--the only time he EVER left the seat up was after he had been out @ sea for six months. The first night home, my Mom always made sure HE fished us out that night! After that he was good until another deployment!
Actually, Kewl, in your case, I might let you leave the seat up--all that beer, nothing better get in your way!
Last edit by prmenrs on Sep 3, '01