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By VMV - / Friday 1 February 2013 23:53 / Spain - Abrera
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I don't understand how hard it is for people to flush the toilet. Seriously, I am a junior in high school and there are disgusting girls that leave their used pads and tampons in the toilets. It's gross.

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I just don't understand why people don't flush toilets in the first place? Plus, you should always have a pee before you leave the house, and drink minimally- if desperate, then find a cafe or restaurant, do your thing, and spend $2 on a cake or something.

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I wish. In my school a couple guys make it their mission to pee ANYWHERE other then the urinal/toilet. I'm talking the hallway and the floors of the bathroom. Immature

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33, when she mention public toilets, I automatically thought of those port-a-loo's (if that's the correct spelling). The restaurant is definitely cleaner that those.

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Takes less than one second... The worst is when there's not even toilet paper to cover it up; why the fuck would you drop that, not wipe, not flush, and presumably not wash your hands? Gross on so many levels.

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If they were genuine floaters the person dropping them might have wiped and flushed. Sometimes these things return to the surface. I used to work in a cafe and obviously had to clean the bathroom as well. Those things can be persistent.

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I've had the privilege of witnessing a seven-year-old sob on the bathroom floor after stepping in a turd the size of a cabbage. How people find this acceptable is beyond me... It can be nasty.

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I would have cried too, but then again I wouldn't go into an unsafe bathroom unless It was an emergency with no alternative options. How people can be so disgusting is beyond me too.

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53- It's Cabbage Patch*, and I'm sure he wouldn't shit on the floor and step in it. I meant that it was already there, and he stepped in it. Sorry for being confusing :P

They had EYES!?!? I'm so happy we have urinals. Men just leave toilets in the most disgusting states. Luckily, they rarely shit in the urinals (yeah, you heard right, I said "rarely!"), so we usually have a decent place to urinate. Score one for the male gender! Droppin' a deuce could be much dicier.

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Once upon a time, we had someone who kept shitting in random places... Sinks, showers, in the corner... We just dubbed him the mad shitter, and never found out who it was...

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I know I find it INCREDIBLY amusing. There's someone who does that at our school, and once someone went in to the bathroom, and there was one GLUED to the outside of a cubicle door, right at the top.

I don't understand how hard it is for people to flush the toilet. Seriously, I am a junior in high school and there are disgusting girls that leave their used pads and tampons in the toilets. It's gross.

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Used pads and tampons... In the TOILET? You don't throw those in there! They go in the trash... You're totally right, people can be disgusting sometimes

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A lot of the blood splatter on walls isn't some freak spinning a used tampon around for artistic effect, it's usually mainline spray, from junkies taping a vein. I used to deliver to an AIDS clinic, and their bathroom walls were always covered in it.

I'm sorry that you have such severe anxiety about such a common body function. My first instinct was to laugh but I thought for a moment and, if true, realized how limited your life must be as you can only travel "pee distance" from your home. You should really look into therapy for this.

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I like your comment. I especially like that instead of putting OP down for their fear, you thought about what it's like to have it. Your advice is spot on. I'm ashamed to say that I have this fear as well, and it is incredibly limiting. So much so that I have left group events and gone home early because I had to use the restroom. There are therapists who specialize in this phobia, and it's very helpful.

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