Bathroom Politics.

19 Apr

I am formulating my ideas on bathroom politics.
Recently, I have been engaged in conversations regarding the bathroom. A friend of mine is so grossed out in public restrooms that she ordered devices that allow her to pee standing up. Another friend refuses to shit in public, and goes home (no matter where she is/what she is doing) to take care of her bidness. Another friend really enjoys going number 2 in public restrooms.

I know all of this seems rather silly, but I think I am onto something here.


4 Responses to “Bathroom Politics.”

  1. timanna April 20, 2007 at 11:14 am #

    when I read “bathroom politics” I thought this was going to be about transgendered folk trying to use the bathroom. maybe i’ve been at mills too long. oh wait, i defnitely have.

  2. merritt April 20, 2007 at 6:32 pm #

    yeah i thought that, too.
    thanks, dude, for not making it about that. very refreshing to have it be about shitting/not shitting. there are these drops you can buy called “one drop” and they seriously make it so that no one knows you’re shitting and you can get away with public shits. i’ve always lusted after those little peeing triangles, but i’ve also wondered if you just put it back in your pocket after you pee through it or if you wash it or what.

  3. timanna April 22, 2007 at 6:52 pm #

    aren’t there flushable pee triangles? just sayin. . .

  4. nicotineandmint April 23, 2007 at 5:10 am #

    i hope no one knows i am THAT friend. shit (pun intended) I LOVE PUBLIC RESTROOMS! reclamation.

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