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"I'm changing my battery. These ones only last about a month before they start rusting—see the red? You're a young one and are still running of the kinetic energy built up over nine months of gestation. Listen, if something goes wrong and I malfunction, please contact my developer and recite whatever error code I give."

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sometimes they do supervise and accidents happen. imagine being in the next stall over doing the same thing and your child slips out into the next one within 5 seconds.

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"I'm changing my battery. These ones only last about a month before they start rusting—see the red? You're a young one and are still running of the kinetic energy built up over nine months of gestation. Listen, if something goes wrong and I malfunction, please contact my developer and recite whatever error code I give."

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In the parent's defense, the mom could be on the other side of the door with her pants half down trying to grab the kid. It's hard to pee on a public restroom with a toddler. They're quick and your pants are down. I've had to jump up, pants down, and grab a toddler before she went under the stall door. Hopefully that's the case and it's not just an inattentive parent.

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I can't speak for the rest of the world but in the Parent rooms in Australia, they have 1 toilet with a closed and locked door. Full door. Very handy in these type of situations.

I get that kids need to have their immune systems stimulated for better health later in life, but what sort of mom lets her kid crawl around on the floor of a public restroom? That's nasty!

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