Here: you can have the whole roll.... <slips under door>
Several weeks in advance if necessary.
Not only does my mother's new toilet have the ability to flush 40 golf balls, the seat when up, moves to a 70° angle. This way the women can't complain they didn't know it was up. If you move the seat lower and let go it slowly moves down.
It is a nice feature, I wonder how long it will last before it wears out.
I will agree, keep the seat and toilet clean when you use it.
Fri Sep 16 2016 20:54:14 EDT from wizard of aahzI just suggest everyone put the seat and cover down. Every time after use. This way everyone starts from the same default starting point.
That could mean trouble during the transition phase. Let me share a story from one of my clients, which I only heard second hand:
It is a small office with only one toilet per floor, so the toilet is shared by all genders. There is this one female coworker which is known to have some quirks, one day she comes from the loo and vehemently asks who put the seat and cover down! Only coworker X would do that and that coworker had a day off. So she assumed she could enter the toilet and go about her business as usual...
Which didn't work out, since the cover was down and she only noticed after she had peed on the cover...
And don't ask me how somebody could not notice! Source of the story is reliable and it fits the protagonists character.
What... is it not acceptable to smear feces on the walls as long as you don't touch the toilet?
Leave the lid down, and everything is golden.
It's hard to believe that what I had in mind was even worse than what you yutzos came up with.
When observing the written offerings within a bathroom stall, should one attempt to enrich the lives of others by correcting the grammar used?