I really want to make up a batch of signs with this phrase printed on them. I could carry them around in my purse, and whenever I find myself in a public bathroom where some prissy-ass germaphobe has left their calling card, I can leave mine.
I am fairly certain that this is primarily a “female issue”, since we find ourselves facing the issue of sit or not to sit more often than men. I don’t want to appear gender-bias on this topic, so men, feel free to relate if applicable.
This has been a pet-peeve of mine for yeeeeaaarrrrs. I simply do not understand leaving behind tissue paper that has been within sniffing distance of your poop shoot. What has happened to common courtesy and social decorum? I have actually been present when someone has left their butt paper, and I can state as fact that it doesn’t matter if a woman buys her panties at Macy’s or Wal-Mart, ANYONE can be a butt-paper litterer.
This would be funnier with visuals. I will have to keep my camera phone ready to share any future encounters I have with butt paper.
Is it just me? Does this bother anyone else? Does anyone else find it ironic that the same women who take the time to cover a toilet seat before ascending the throne, foot flush, leave the water running rather than touch the faucet, and use a paper towel to open the door to exit, think it is sanitary and socially acceptable to leave behind their USED butt-paper?!?