Wednesday, August 8, 2007

Boys will be Boys

This is the "Girl's Bathroom" at my house.

I guarantee anything you might need is in this room.


Here is the bathroom of a friend.

Are you thinking the same thing I'm thinking? It's ridiculous, huh. Seriously, just how hard is it to put the toilet seat down?! It's like he doesn't even care what the bathroom looks like. Tsk. Some people...

10 comments:

thethinker said...

You have two sinks in your bathroom??

Lucky.

Patience said...

Where's all the stuff?!?

ThomCarter.com said...

The toilet seat is down!

It's the toilet top that isn't. If a woman walked in to use this guys can and they sat without looking they would be just fine.

Typical . . . pick pick pick . . . nothing is ever perfect for you women!

Dorky Dad said...

HEY, NOW! Putting that toilet seat down is WORK. You have to bend over, which could cause back spasms ...

Actually, Ii always put the toilet seat down because I've lived with women my whole life.

Amanda Mae said...

a friend of mine used the bathroom at our guy friends' apartment, and wondered what the polite thing to do would be: leave the seat up, the way it was, or leave the seat down? she finally asked one of our hosts, and he said if there's ever a question lid and all should go down. that way, everyone is inconvenienced equally!

Rachel and her Brasileiros said...

That is a wymount bathroom. I had one just like it once...

charlotta-love said...

thinker: yes, two sinks to clean every week. lucky me.

patience: I know!

thom: the lid isn't. One in the same in the female mind.

dorky dad: the women in your life taught you well.

amanda: I like your friend's thinking. :o)

rachel: actually it's not wymount at all. It's in a house. looks just as ghetto though.

Emma Sometimes said...

I think they should market the boys bathroom as a corner of the bathroom that drains sloped into the floor.

My boys stand on the bog and aim outward.

Saule Cogneur said...

Growing up, the four girls took the main bathroom upstairs, and I took the small, cold, unfinished one in the basement. They never understood why. I always thought it was obvious.

Shankar said...

Less is more, less is more.