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View Poll Results: Do you leave disgusting "presents" in public restrooms?
Yes, I leave behind as many disgusting things as possible 1 3.03%
Yes, sometimes I feel like leaving a disgusting surprise behind 0 0%
I've never done it, but the thought has crossed my mind 0 0%
I've never done it and will never do it 28 84.85%
Saltines and ginger ale (because any other food option is making me nauseated right now!) 4 12.12%
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Old 06-10-2012, 12:54 AM
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What she really meant. Many apologies for editing your quote, but I did fix it for you.

I can tell someone, "Hey I just crapped on the floor in your biffy" with a straight face.

I wouldnt expect a Craft Store Patron to pull that off without killing themselves hara kiri style after words. The lady just wanted you to clean up after her IBS mess. I wouldnt have done it either.

ETA: If it came down to messing my britches or dropping a deuce on the TV row in WalMart there would be a cleanup call over the intercom.
This totally made my evening.

That probably is what she meant.
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Old 06-10-2012, 05:22 AM
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When I worked at the craft store, cleaning up the restroom was specifically not my job. I was told that when I was hired, told that by the manager when I started working--I didn't have to do it. Yay.

I was stocking yarn one day, and a woman came out of the restroom and said, "Someone took a dump on the floor."

I said, "Oh no--I'm sorry, I'll let the manager know. Thank you for telling me." I turned to walk to the front of the store (where the manager was).

She stepped in front of me and said, "There's poop on the floor."

"I know, I'm sorry--I'm getting the manager."

"You need to clean it up right now."

"I know, I'm sorry--the manager will take care of it."

"No, YOU need to do it."

"Ma'am, that's not my job."

"There's poop!"
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Old 06-10-2012, 06:27 AM
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could very easily be someone who is disabled--developmentally or otherwise. Personal hygiene can be tricky, and some times adequate supervision is not given, or not accepted.
Life isn't always the way you know it to be--sometimes people do the best they can. Now, if this is an able minded/bodied person who did that--shame on them. But I can tell you there are semi-independent people out there who might not understand that this is a problem.
Thought this should be said again...and again...and again. Thank you.
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