We recently went on a Mini Vacation and I DON’T like using toilets outside of my home.
Road trip toilets are the worst. (Except Komtar in Penang, that was bad. The ferry from Penang to Langkawi was also a shocker – not sure they had ever heard of cleaning. Ever.)
Past the urban line and hardly any non government public service cares about cleaning their bathrooms?!
What the fungus.
I need an alternative system that doesn’t include a shovel, my ASIC trainers and dirt.
A bucket could squeeze in as a last resort after this last experience.
Someone mentioned that there was a website that rated restaurants by their toilet facilities. Hmmm. I shall select the venue by their in-put, not out-put. Bon Appetit!
Maybe buy or rent your own porty potty(did I spell that wrong?)when traveling.
Lol, that’s one consideration. Better than digging a hole and peeing on sneakers…
My mom refused to allow us to use public toilets, but I had to break ranks from my childhood training when we started ministering in Ghana, West Africa. Give me the great outdoors over a dirty/stinky facility. Bonus, my quads get a great workout during the 2 months we’re in Ghana. That and the lack of good Mexican food makes it like a Fitness/Spa vacation. If you don’t count the malaria and snakes.
What’s up with so many great bloggers in Australia? Like it’s not enough you’re dominating Hollywood? Next thing I know an Australian will perfect cold fusion and find a lasting solution for world peace 😉
And, your blog makes me smile. A lot.
Lol thanks Kelly! I’m liking the sound of the good quad workout over stinky facilities, though not the snakes, spiders, scorpions or malaria infected blood suckers!
It all depends on the smell, and what exactly I need to do in the road-toilet…
I am SO not a fan of public restrooms, but I think the worst for me was in China.
I went on a roundtrip with my parents in law and my husband (all chinese) in Yunnan, in the south-west of China, next to Tibet and Myanmar. Being part of a travelgroup is always challenging regarding restrooms, because everyone wants to go at once, but also the farther we got into rural areas the worse the restrooms got.
First there was no paper (which is not so unusal in China, so I was prepared), then there was no paper and no water, then no paper, no water and no door, followed by no paper, no water, no door and no stalls and the highlight was a filthy “toilet” with no paper, no water, no door, no stalls and no roof… I don’t know why they did even bother to put up walls around it. Sometimes I would have been more comfortable to find me a bush…
But I might add that my parents in law and my husband had as much problems with the restrooms as me. The situation in big towns is definitely different to that of some rural areas
How things change…..
Imagine this: a long (about 20 meters) building completely devoid of any partitions inside. Along the length of one of the wall – metal wall (urinal). Along the length of the other wall – holes in a floor about 1 meter apart. In a morning, you would see anywhere between 40 and 60 guys, all going about their business without giving it a second thought. Welcome to the toilet in barracks of the Soviet Army back in the 80th 🙂
If you like I can add to the picture….
bare in mind that it is all happening in Russia, the temperature in winter is about 15 degrees below Celsius. Without being too gross, I’ll just say that stalagmites were commonly seen…..
I think it’s time for another “Fungus” 🙂
*screws up ma face*
It’s 12:54am here! Couldn’t you have left a comment on one of the nice posts – how about my whinge on the lack of women in cabinet?
Now I’m going to dream about toilets
oh, so you are an NT girl? Well, it’s 2:29am here, and toilet humor seems like a good idea to keep me up for the next 5 hours :p
What are you doing up anyway? Normal people should be in bed, fast asleep this time of the night 🙂
My children are sick and I had to get up @ 12:30am to give medicine.. (see recent post)
Normal is relative, not sure I fit the mold 😛
You? Graveyard shift?
oh, sorry about the kids…hope they’ll get better soon. Or at the very least will become more considerate and only get sick during daylight hours 🙂
yeah, doing night shift….making sure that your internet is up and working 🙂
#YayBananas. Next time I call Telstra, I will be sure to blame you,
‘Oi, you know that Eugene Critter from -37.913313,145.145105 – Well it was his fault.’
Sure, why not? Everyone else blames it on us anyway 🙂
I have to admit that almost every encounter I have had with Telstra has been very positive – especially the staff based in Australia – I have not one time been able to find fault with the response to any issues I have had.
Well trained ones that answer my calls… lol
We do try to be helpful 🙂
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I am not sure what is worse – snake craws out of the toilet or clogged one.
lol.. well at least the clogged one is not literally going to bite yer bum eh! lol
Good point 🙂
LOL…I feel the same. Take a woman with bad knees (yours truly) and put her in a small fishing town in Italy with a hole in the ground and you have problems. 😛
LOL Oh fungus!!
Not a toilet I would like to experience.
Well girl, this post gave me a grin. After being in the Army then spending about 30 years behind the wheel of a truck working the lower 48 and Canada a person has got to learn to clean them before you sit on them and always try to put a layer between your butt and the crud. I also hate walking into a restroom and right away the acidic and the rear end smell burns the hair out of your nose.
Ted, I have no idea how on earth I missed this comment of yours.. but CRAP.. I’m sorry!! I try to respond to every single one and sometimes, I miss them 😦
Re the acidic and rear end smell burning the hairs out of the end of your nose.. FUNGUS!!
I concur entirely, you have suffered the experience of toilets outside of ones home so much more than I ever have or will… lol
If I gotta go and i can get in unscathed by human fluids, I’m there.
LOL, Lisa, it appears more than half of us are uncomfortable using toilets outside of our own homes eh.. lol
Thanks for dropping by and apologies for the delay in response!
With this one post Lou, you have brought down the North-South, Developed -Undeveloped divide plaguing the world. The world stands united in its pledge to make road trips as adventurous as possible. 🙂
Ewwwwww. I went on a road trip from NY to TX with some girlfriends once and we gagged our way through poop warehouse/food court (don’t eat where you poop) after poop warehous/food court along the way. But even worse is going to the bathroom with small kids in public bathrooms. I’m hyperventilating by the end because my 1yo will touch everything that could possibly spread disease and 4yo loses her mind over automatic flushers. I have to cover the sensor and beat the little guy off the toilet (that his sister is on) with my foot. It’s awesome Mommy skills at work.
*giggling* lol… I’m sitting here gasping for air through fits of laughter reading that…. Bwahahahaha!!! I HATE using toilets outside of my house, and the children aren’t yet as against it as I am, but I’m working on it. Lol
If at all possible, at young ages I prefered to take them into the parental room toilets or disabled toilet because it’s extra large and has a good lock on the door… But now .. well no 7 & 9 yr old wants to watch their mum take a whizz eh!
Oh hell ya, I totally dominate the handicapped stall or “family” (just weird) restroom. It just never fails, that will be the one out of toilet seat covers and with “finger painting” on the walls. OMG I just dry heave gagged. My kids will pee 2 seconds before we leave the house on a 5 minute journey to the store and HAVE to go when we get there. Shoot me.
Miss Lou, you must learn the art of hovering when you vacation. Or just hold out for a better opportunity. You found some truly bad spots. 😛
I know right?! LOL
Ack! I’ve run into a few like these. The worst have been pit toilets along the less-traveled state highways. But I think that the quality has improved greatly here in the States over the years. Health departments check that sort of thing and shut down the worst offenders. A McDonald’s restaurant is usually a very safe option–although the food cannot be recommended as highly as the toilets . . .
Lol, I read on a Facebook post recently, that staff admitted to rubbing burger patties from McDonald’s on their genitals. NEVER eating maccas again….
As for their toilets, you’re right – even in her poor parts of Asia I have visited, they have alwaus had exceptionally clean modern facilities.
Oh thank God, I thought I was the only one who wouldn’t do that. My friends make fun of me lol. Reading this makes me embrace it much more. Look at that vote to how many people don’t like using toilets outside their own home!
Exactly!! Even I didn’t think it would be that much. Now I don’t feel so much like an OCD unit… lol
Thanks for dropping by and commenting 🙂
Any time 🙂 I support the blogs I follow. I love learning about the world and connecting! Peace in harmony 🙂
I found a dead rat family in my very own home toilet (I live in the country). It was like Jonestown for rodents. Oh, and thanks so much for following me on Cold!
Oh fungus!! I’ d have fainted!
Okay, so first… hi. First comment on your blog, and I pick the toilet article first! #awkwardicebreakers
Anyway, I agree. Toilets that are not your own are horrible things. Don’t even get me started on ones that don’t have a wall between the toilet and the sink. Basically the worst. Other people’s toilets are like going to a casino, you might break even, and probably come out with a loss, but you’ll rarely come out of it saying “man I’m glad I had to go in there.”
This one time… there was an… incident.
See, I was in this wedding, okay? It was the wedding of an old girlfriend, who is still a close friend. APPARENTLY, there were hella plumbing problems, with roots clogging pipes and making it impossible for water to pass. Of course, no one told me about this before I went in there. It… could have happened to anyone. You’ve gotta believe me.
Make a long story short, flooded the mother of the bride’s house. She had to get new insulation and floors and everything.
THIS HAS BEEN ANOTHER INSTALLATION OF AWKWARD ICE BREAKERS. Please see the attendant to have your tickets punched.
G’day Tophat! LOL @ awkward Icebreakers….
Casino references – I NEVER would have thought of that, though now you have, I completely agree.. *giggling*
Fungus @ your poo and stuff floating around the mother of the brides house! One ‘Toilet Transaction I could have done without knowing..
Extremely uncomfortable, even if the place is clean. I have so many stories aboiut this I could write a book!
LOL, I have to say, I am glad I am not the only one!
I’m totally with you on this one. I especially hate going to the loo at work… it’s so tense. I have no idea why.
This somehow ending up in my spam bin, so I am terribly sorry about that and the delay in response! Sometimes I get extra busy and preoccupied for weeks at a time. I’m not a very good schedule blogger eh!
Me neither! I pretend to be, and then I disappear into thin air for weeks at a time. I blame the donuts. Always the donuts.
lol @ the donuts!
ok this might not be too flattering but as I went into the toilets of the cricket club last week I briefly thought of you lol and this article ;D
*beaming smiles* Really! That’s kind of nice! 🙂 LOL
It was very nice and clean if that’s a bit more flattering? Lol 😉
My o nly”bad” situation i have ever has was using a toilet at a newly opened chain coffee shop on the way home one night. I flushed, and it didn’t go down.
Thank goodness it was just liquid lmao (i DO have an aversion to public urinals. The idea is just, umcompfortable and gross). But talk about embarassing. Enter the place for the first time EVER, and flood the mens room.
Lol.. that is certainly a ‘fungus’ situation to be in!
Funny that night was going shitty up until that point to (pardon the pun). Though embarrassing, it was a welcome lol.
Disgusting – what creatures lay in wait, hungry to attach themselves to your undersides for a free ride. Bleh!
LOL.. I know.. I was thinking the exactly same thing, and snakes aren’t the only thing that live in toilets.. I recently had an experience with a green tree frog, jumping right out of the bowl into my face! FROM THE TOILET!! *bursts into tears*
I live in a beautiful SoCal area with beautiful beaches, so you’d think they have nice toilets. No way! Celeste 🙂
An experience shared by many it seems Celeste! LOL Thanks for taking the time to comment!
I’m with you all the way on this. I have a serious aversion to crappers outside the home. I have recurring nightmares that I have to use one, and they’re always invariably full of other people’s shit. God, ain’t the psyche weird?! X
Lol, I love your use of crappers ( I thought we were the only ones that said that)
I haven’t had a dream like that Thank goodness… lol
I cant even stand looking at the toilet pics you posted, reminded me of disgusting toilets I’ve been too. I’m sure you can smell the stench from afar with these toilets. Ewwww!!!
I’ve no doubt.. The smell of some of the toilets we visited on our mini vacation was FUNGUS! lol
Miss Lou – or should that be Ms Loo (as we affectionately refer to our facilities here in the UK) – you couldn’t be more true. My worst loo experience was in Kenya – a wooden shack on the edge of a mountain with a backflap for crap heading downhill. I just held my waters. What else could I do? Oh yes, and then there was the rather architectural throne of sand in Mali – beautiful – until a horde of termites came rushing out as soon as I dripped some water into it (thankfully from a little plastic kettle I was holding and not from my *ahem* body). Character forming. But in my old age, I feel very attached to my own sparkling white loo, and think twice about travelling for that very reason. In fact, I really don’t like the idea of sleeping on a bed used by thousands upon thousands of bodies. Eugh.
Your toilet experiences sound fungus!! I haven’t been to Kenya yet, or Mali. though I will be sure to take photographs of any toilets I do encounter~!
What I found quite distressing in Asian countries I have visited is the contrast between the facilities of those people within the country that had money, and those who had none – not just in remote areas, but ALL areas.
Certainly any country you go to , including here in Australia there is a diverse socio economic population, and some have more money and resources than others.
That’s where the government and community come in to support those that may be going through a difficult time, and need help to get back on their feet.
In Penang the lack of resources (including housing and toilets) for the public to utilise was so evident. The standard of care for those who needed help most was very low, and there we little options available to them to break the poverty cycle.
lol @ Miss Loo and I hadn’t even though of the fact 10 thousand people had slept on the beds in hotels and now I’m feeling a bit ill. *groans*
yes, weak or non-existent infrastructure are the main culprits in many parts of the world. Both Mali and Kenya, particularly Mali, have poor water and sanitation with little investment. The toilet with the termites was beautiful to look at, but where all that waste was going … well, I really didn’t want to know. As I was told by my companion on that trip, “They haven’t emptied it for a while”. At least 70% of the population have nowhere to go to the toilet there. Kenya, too, is suffering. So no surprises there. Still, the UK has some seriously dire loos – any public convenience in a rail station (or worse still, on the train) is a strictly no-go area for me. I will hold it until I turn purple with desperation, rather than wee in such deplorable conditions. And don’t get me started about airplane loos. EUGH. re: the bed thing, sorry to spring that one on you. It’s my inability to lie down on someone else’s bed that has inspired me to try camping this year. Better my own bag and roll than some manky mattress.
I’m off for a another mini vacation end July/Early August, now I really feel like I will need to take a swag and sleep on the floor of the hotel *groans*….
Those pictures are so gross! I would rather risk the bushes that sit on or go near any of those! I hate using public toilets and do my best to avoid them at all costs but if I have to go, I never sit, I hover and if I have to sit I always line everything, everywhere possible with loo paper first! 😉
I have to admit, the prickly bushes seem like a very appealing alternative, particularly when looking at that snake infested toilet! lol
WHAT DA ABSOLUTE FUNGUS!!!! I only want to use the toilet in my house!!!
lol April… *giggling*
RIGHT ON!! Couldn’t agree with you more! lol
When you gotta go you gotta go!!! I just won’t crap in the bushes!!!
lol.. Some of these toilets made me want to risk getting chomped on the bum by a snake in the bushes! (outta control OCD’ness’) lol
Thanks so much for dropping by!
it is my pleasure!!! knowing me i would be penetrated by a snake!! lol something to write about!!
LOL!! *giggling* whoa boy!
I don’t like using a public bathroom. I actually posted pictures of outside toilettes to FB when I was in Europe. And you had to pay to use them!!!! Not me. I know I will have to use depends when I get old(er). LOL The price of holding the bladder…
Lol Vee! They have just started charging to use the toilets in Katherine – a city I just visited. It was quite controversial (atleast certain profiles we trying to make it so) as they were saying it disadvantaged low income community members and families. I don’t have an issue paying to use them, providing they are clean. I didn’t use the toilet this time around, but I tried last time, and I kid you not, there was feacies absolutely everywhere. There was vomit, and it smelt of alcohol. Never again!
Yulk, how disgusting! !
It was!! *shudders*
That is gross!
Most of the time I’d rather pee myself than use a public loo, even after covering the seat, the floor, the bowl and the walls in paper, eew, frikin eww!
Hea hea! Lol.. Fungus I say! *huggles you* How have you been?
Huggles back – I’ve been feeling dark and moody but that lifted today, yay! How have you been gorgeous?
I went on a mini vacation! Yay! Overall, pretty wonderful! *rubs off onto you* Everyday is a new day, with new beginnings!
Lucky you! Thanks for the rub, its cold and I feel better now! Today is a good day to start I think!
Yes, no better time than the present!
“what the fungus” LMAO – that’s awesome….
Thank you kind sir!
I hate to use cuss words and so it is my way of avoiding them while also emphasizing my strong emotions about something.. lol
Thanks so much for dropping by Cooper!
My parents went to the mountains one time and did not know there was a convention in town. They rent the only room left in down. I laugh so hard at the pictures. The toilet seat is duck taped together because it had broken into. There wer many other things wrong with the room, but that was what fits this blog. As for me, for years I would not use a. Public toilet no matter the cost. I was afaid of getting a “butt fungus”. Now, several surgeries later, I do not have that luxury of choosing whether or not I will use one. When I gotta go I gotta go. THEY STILL GROSS ME OUT!
Oh goodness @ ‘Butt Fungus’ ewwwwww!
Thanks for dropping by!
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Lets face it, the headline grabbed my attention in no uncertain manner. ‘Foreign’ toilets always make me uneasy too
lol well I’m glad and YES I think they make the majority of people uneasy if the poll is anything to go by.
You line the seat multiple times… kangaroos are hopping as we speak and we are worried about toilets? *blank stare*
Line the seat with what? The dress off my body? These establishments don’t care about whether or not there is poo on their walls or snakes in the toilets. They aren’t stocking up on rolls in the skirt of the doily lady next to the glen 20!
I’ll remember my own toilet paper next time. (since I KNOW that is going to be your next comment)
The kangaroos like to hop. I promise They even do it at night – when the ground is not hot due to human caused global warming. lol (That was not an invitation to have a debate on global warming BTW)
I just don’t know where to start… *stare*
I’m pretty comfortable using other people’s toilets and most public restrooms. But, yeah, I’m so not comfortable with rest stop, gas station, and other toilets that are like that even though I haven’t encountered anything horrifying thank god.
You’re blessed to have never encountered the fungus bathrooms.. lol
Thanks for dropping by and commenting 🙂
Im glad someone else shares this fear haha!
And I agree with the above comments. Females should have easy access to a bathroom like males!
lol! I think the complicated toilet business is just part of our female lot in life! Some things you just can’t attain gender equality eh!
Inside it’s a rest room.
Outside it’s a toilet project.
That makes sense!~ 😉 lol
I usually don’t worry about the toilet, if I have to go, I have to go. But if your pictures are the options I had I think I would be carrying a bucket and a windscreen. I mean, I don’t really need Johnny Public watching me dropping a load on the side of the freeway.
LOL It’s rather interesting. Through this blog, I’ve discovered I am not the only one who is funny about using a bathroom outside of my home.
Clean looking toilets are a little easier to use for me, though I still have this OCD thing that has me asking things, like what chemicals did they use to clean it, whose bum with what germies sat on this seat last…
I think it may be an unreasonable level of anxiety, though it cause no great harm – at least not until I REALLLY gotta go!
Also that last picture on the lower right hand side, that is at a location called Buffalo Creek. I ‘USED’ to go fishing, crabbing and swimming there as a child.
eek, that’s kinda disgusting….
although granted being a man, not having to always sit on those…things Ill count as a blessing lol
LOL I agree – entirely disgusting! lol @ reference to the toilets as things!
I hope you voted! How have you been BTW? You just reminded me to fire up theme hospital!
oh awesome! See im good for something 😉 yeah ive been good, im feeling utterly broken from cricket today though so I think i’ll join you on theme hospital too 🙂 how have you been?
p.s. and yes I just voted! 🙂
by the way also how far have u got on theme hospital? Im doing a little of it now, although rollercoaster tycoon is calling too!
Not past the second hospital yet!
hmm so I should hold fire on recommending any more games until you finish this one? 😉 x
yes! lol Absolutely 🙂
ok fine I promise lol up to much rest of the day?
Responding to all the comments that came in while I was sleeping at this point.. lol
Our house is clean, I might play some Skip Bo with the children and possibly make some jelly cups!
sounds better than what I have planned, after sun treatment and maybe youtube videos lol oh and…… im sorry (not really ;)) to have to say this but our lions did indeed whoop your wallabies 😉
*grumbles n snorks*
it was a hell of a series though, the ashes next up!
anyhoo my turn for bed! catch you later lou have a great day! 🙂 x
You too!! *races back to comment responding*
Wonderfully, thank you!
Hey lou do you keep up much with cricket? Or is it mainly rugby? Xx
Mostly Rugby though I do enjoy the tests after new year! Saying that, I haven’t watched one since 08 and won’t start now considering what’s going down for the aussies :p lol
There are folks in America who still”crap” in outhouses…thank you lord Jesus! At least we’ve learnt something from the black plague! LOL (Singing God Bless America in background)
Honestly, I would burst into tears if I was confronted with another crappy toilet within the next 3 months.
*holds up placcard* SAY NO TO OUTHOUSES! SAY NO TO HOLES IN THE GROUND, SAY NO, NO , NO (turns this into an Amy Winehouse tune)
Did you see it? I’m ignorant to your webability prowess. If you read me…I would appreciate it
😀 I will do!
I reckon we ladies should be fitted with a device that allows us to p.u. like a man, a tree would be fine for me. The worst place ever is Europe where the continental toilets which are designed with hygiene in mind are abused by the rest of the world who do not know how to “squat”. As I grow older, the urge to p.u. becomes greater and there is no escaping the necessity of using public facilities unless I resigne myself of never leaving home! Wearing a giant nappy does not appeal.
I’m not keen on Nappy wearing either, though at this stage I can still hold it in most of the time. The few times I visit a public toilet it’s usually because I have no other choice!
I do find the various toilets available when travelling about interesting. Its most helpful when they have signs describing how they are to be used – for those of us who haven’t used them before, it might help reduce mess. LOL
I had a very interesting experience in the Singapore airport about 18 years ago when I encountered one of their toilets for the first time. *blank stares* Awkward much!
Agree re signs Miss Lou.
Interesting subject by the way… ha ha…. really!!
lol.. I was finishing off our family travel log documenting all of our experiences and got the the mapping part where we just list the activities of our day.
We were on our way home and we decided to stop at a small country bistro behind the local roadhouse to eat lunch. Dakotah my 9 year old was refusing to use the toilets and almost wet herself. I’ve passed my uppity OCD toilet stuff down the generation so it seems *groans*!
I thought to myself.. hmm I wonder if anyone else experiences total anxiety using bathrooms outside their own house. Hence a blog was born. lol
When we drove across France, the roadside toilets were a hole in the ground. You literally had to squat over it (hoping you didn’t miss) and do what you had to do.
I’ve experienced a few like that, though mostly when I was younger and in Outback Australia. I do not miss that experience. How long ago were you going through France?
Let me see…it would have been the summer of 1978. Lord have mercy – it’s now ancient history. I daresay, thought, that things haven’t changed in that respect.
lol I was born in Dec 78!
Thanks. Now I really feel old! 😉 J/K
lol *giggling I’m Sorry!.. lol
Don’t be sorry. I thought it was funny. You are about two years older than my first born, Elisabeth.
You don’t look old enough to have children my age!
Your writing tone is quit wise, though has a youthful energy about it. I though perhaps you were late 30’s early 40’s!
Thank you, Lou. I’ve never been one to spend time only with my peers. I’ve learned so much from those younger and older than I am.
I never ever SAT on a public toilet!
I do my best to avoid them! Though I can’t say never.. lol Even the times you try, sometimes your thigh muscles just aren’t enjoying the task of sitting without leverage!
Oh goodness.. lol
I HATE using public restrooms! Ugh. I’ll hold it as long as I possibly can!
Me too! That makes … 9 of us now… Lol
The most horrible toilets I have ever experienced were the ones at the Glastonbury Festival : pure HELL (and I had to use them during 3 days !). Anyway, thanks for the follow ! Perfumed greetings from Marseille, France !
*shudders even thinking about those toilets* Glad it was you and not I… lol
Thanks so much for your Perfumed greetings, it really is helping the atmosphere in this bloggy! lol
YW 🙂 Miss Lou
You’re welcome ! Thank for sharing your opinions on my blog ! You’re not brain dead when it comes to fashion : I’ve worked as a fashion documentalist for the last 12 years, so it’s normal that I know a little bit about fashion ! XX
You are very welcome. I love the detail you go to 🙂
WIPES is the answer!
But for the entire bathroom? There was one bathroom that had POO up the walls! Seriously, unless I had a pallet of wipes and white suit & gasmask, there is no way I could fix that mess.. lol
I’d rather keep my pee/poo inside then. It’s not worthy lol
I absolutely agree! My thoughts exactly! LOL
Like you don’t give a crap! Hahahaha!
I see what you did there!
I don’t really care where I go, as long as there’s somewhere to put it.
Bwahahahahahaha *snorks* Not all of us can be ‘Uppity’ OCD’ers eh.. lol
HAAAAAAAAAAAAA!, How appropriate! love it! Smiles.
LMAO… *blank stares*.. lol! I’m serious. Did you ever experience that in your travels about, particularly for work? When you first took up positions in trailer parks with shared bathrooms?
I just cannot believe the lack of cleanliness in some of these establishments. I feel like driving back with a bottle of bleach and toothbrush for each one. My OCDometer was off the charts!
Oh they were the WORST. They have quarter million dollar rigs with all the amenities and they’d use the bathhouse. AND make the GOD awfullest messes. We banned one man from using the bathhouse. Swear! HAAAAAA. Thanks!
*shudders* Fungus! Fungus! Fungus! I don’t envy having to sort that business out. I think I would cry!
Oh I CRIED on MANY of occasions. :D. Good to see you posting again. hugs
*huggles* I’ve not intentionally stopped, I’ve just been exceptionally busy and focusing more on reading and commenting really 🙂
Thanks for taking note 🙂 Things seem to be coming along well in your neck of the woods yeah?
So much better. SO VERY MUCH better, Did you see my post I did today?
We’ve come a long way baby! So relieved!
HUGS and THANK YOU for noticing. 🙂
Yes! The last time I read was about 8 hours ago I think.. I need to come over and check things out. *races over*
This made me smile. I understand this *so* much 🙂
LOL.. I’m not sure I even want to ask now.. lol
One of our family members doesn’t mind ‘Peeing’ in a bathroom outside our home, though he outright refuses to crap in one. To the point of belly aches and great discomfort.
I’ve been trying to establish if it is because he likes to fiddle about on the IPad while going?!
‘Throne Tweets and watching Game of Thrones’ Very fitting eh!.. lol
It’s weird how many people have this personality quirk. Mine just comes from similar bad experiences abroad to yours, but some people I know rarely leave the housed because they have such a strong hatred 🙂
Disturbingly, I find comfort in that. *snorks*
You disturb me lol
lol You are such a sweetheart! *races over to check your blog out*
Haha well you are rather cute lol
You find me disturbing, but it’s okay cause you also find me cute?
*snorks* *gasping for air through my giggles*
Lol yeah I find you attractive lol
P.S: After that, I hope you voted!~ lol
For you. I would do a lot ! So yes lol I did X
*shaking my head and running my hand over my face*