I mean...If you gotta go, where else would you go? Thankfully Im at a workplace where people are giving the toilet room the respect it deserves, so the ring ain't drenched in urine. Some people are just disgusting, if you can't aim, sit the fuck down and piss. And please never forget to lock the toilet door if you're inside, this happens way more often than it should
I used to love getting paid to shit in my old job.
Now i’m freelance and work in a shared studio space.
We only have one male toilet, a cubicle, with no urinals. Shared between about 20 guys.
So it’s in almost constant use, which I hate because it means if you do a stinker someone may be waiting outside to go in after you. And sometimes people will push the door to see if it’s locked while you’re in there.
To make things worse it has a weak flush. So very often there’s... leftovers. Which means you either have to stand and wait til the tank fills so you can flush again, or cover it a load of tissue and leave.
A lot of people choose the latter option which means you have to flush before use often too.
All of this has made become extremely anxious about using the toilet to the point where I just hold it uncomfortably all day now.
Yup, I work 12 hour shifts too so sometimes I go twice a day.
Problem is the bathrooms here have a timer on the lights so if no one else comes into the bathroom then they switch off after 15 mins, and you don't want to get caught leaning out the door with your pants round your ankles waving your hands to reactivate them.
With kids at home work has become the only place where i can take a nice poop.
I need to figure how to take showers too
It's a shared studio space, but it's not a problem since it's 2 separate bathrooms for 6 people (at most, typically just 3/4) and i arrive 1 hour before everyone else starts showing up. Also has this magical toilet that never needs cleaning.
My first boss was noisy on the toilet, lots of farts and stuff while he would continue a conversation with me. I think if I ever had any hangups about shitting at work that experience would have cured them.
Nah. I don't share toilets like that. At my last job I did because there was a 2nd floor bathroom hardly anyone knew about. But at the current job, I hold it, work from home or go home if I have to. And that's only been needed twice in the last four years.