By Anonymous - Canada - Rosthern
Today, while at work, I went to unlock the washroom for a customer. Normally we don't allow customers to use the staff washrooms, so I was as surprised as the guy I found sitting on the toilet when I opened the door. FML
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  Stazza11  |  27

To those who are obviously American, we call them public toilets, toilets, long drops, out houses, shitters, porcelain bus.

"I need to go snap one off in the long drop, and afterwards I will wash the shit off my hands in the bathroom."

A bathroom is where the shower, BATH - hence why it is called a bathroom and sink are.

Yes washroom can in fact be a laundry where the washing is done.

I hope I cleared some things up for those of you who prey on people who ask polite questions because they legitimately do not know.

  Peachy2392  |  26

While I'm sure some appreciate that you clarified the different words for toilet, I don't think the comment saying the people questioning the different phrases are "obviously Americans" was necessary.

  niallo  |  23

To my way of thinking, the staff bathroom must have had a door accessible to the public, hence the lock. When they opened the door and found a person there, I'm assuming there was only one toilet. This would explain one key and the shock of someone being in there when you have the key in your hand.

By  XxXBadAshXxX  |  27

I would be extremely weirded out... How'd he get in there in the first place? Dun dun dun...

  Welshite  |  39

You're just annoying. The whole "me know why" and "teehee" isn't cute. What's worse is that you wrote that for both of your comments on both FMLs.

I refuse to believe you're 24 as stated in your profile. It's insulting to others of that generation.