Walls Mens Heavy

May 5, 2011

so why do women entering high-traffic lavatories at occasions only walk inside a certain distance?

at sporting venues/concerts where i’ve observed 60 stalls the ladies is only going to walk inside t o the wall in which the first stall starts(even when their isn’t any unique odor whatsoever)they willnot walk to last stall and wait. would this not cut lower on waiting line time for all of us women. i simply cant decipher it out. 1-to lazy just to walk to possibly last stall available,2-not having to pay attention, however tonight i observed 8 stalls empty after i left alongside last stall inside a 15 stall rows of four equally 60. help will i require a bathroom police job. i’ve seen this at racetracks, concerts, etc. am told never the situation in mens lavatories however the presidence always appears to become set through the first person. can one begin a revolution ladies to interrupt this chain pppppplllllllllleeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaasssssssssssseeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!!!!!!!

experienced and heavy only need answeer

The only method to break this chain would be to really advice the women towards the stall. It’s human instinct to accept first place available. Please, can you really walk Completely Towards The BACK should you needed to go? It might cut lower on wait time because, realistically, the first who makes its way into would be the first one out and when that first the first is the final stall, it would flow the road of individuals towards the last stall first and so forth… however it will not work, because I, as human, won’t walk towards the when I must pee. SO there.

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