From a very young age, I can remember my mom teaching me that I must always place toilet paper on the toilet seat before taking care of business. It is a golden rule that I take seriously even at my own house. I don’t care if it is a brand-new and straight out of the box toilet, my tussie must touch tissue first.
At my current employer, the men to women ratio is at least 20:1. So, the men’s restroom is always being trafficked. Like a fraternity, you quickly become less self-conscious about peeing side-by-side another co-worker in your own stall. Leave the toilet stalls available for those who really need it for more serious business.
Every once in a while though I can’t help but notice that oddity that is clearly breaking the man code and rules. Is there something I don’t know, or is there a movement for men to pee while sitting on the toilet? I don’t know if this is a Korean thing, but I have noticed it on several occasions at work. If they say they’re not, they are lying. Evidence #1: Your feet are supposed to face the wall, not stick out the stall door, which is clearly an indication that you’re sitting. Evidence #2: No toilet paper tearing sound before or after taking care of business which is hella nasty. I highly doubt you carry your own personal stash of toilet paper, pre-torn and ready for use. And Evidence #3: There’s no way you can take a dooky in 15 seconds or less. I timed you. No, I’m not sick, just a little more curious than most.