“Please Remove your butt paper as you exit the stall”

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?!?


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4 Responses to “Please Remove your butt paper as you exit the stall”

  1. JMarsh says:

    It’s gender associated. Guys just shit on the seat and call it good……

  2. katecrimmins says:

    In my neck of the woods, we call it upholstery. Women upholster the seat before they deposit their cheeks. Many times, the damn paper sticks to said cheeks when they attempt to stand and plop, there goes the upholstery. Really funny post.

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