And if you walk into the stall and then realize there’s no toilet paper… well, that’s a different story.
Also, this is common courtesy, but people need to take their hair out of the shower drains. This shouldn’t have to be written down.
Someone actually made a sign and posted it next to the sinks to bring attention to this.
Forgetting to do it once isn’t a crime, but leaving it there day after day is not only rude to the next per- son, but it also clogs the drain.
This might be the source of the puddle. Who knows? But, taking a few seconds to do it couldn’t hurt.
I also believe there should be a plunger in each stall in case of accidental clogging. That happened to one of the toilets, and it was absolutely horrendous.
The one plus was that no one want- ed to go in there, so when the other two stalls ran out of toilet paper, there was always some left in that one.
You learn to appreciate the little things.
Lastly, one of the toilets is sideways. Yes, sideways. As in, someone built it that way.
So far, there has been no explanation for it and everyone has just accepted it. It functions fine and every- thing, but still, it’s super awkward.
The bottom line is: This is a community bathroom.
You have to be considerate of everyone else who is using it.
You may feel too lazy to clean the hair out of the shower drain, or to flush the toilet at night, but it really does make a difference.
If we all collaborate and be just a little bit more conscientious, we can improve the way the bathroom looks and feels.