There’s always that fear of going to the bathroom at a park or in a porta-potty. Did they pee on the seat? Did they flush? The anxiety that you feel is crazy. It’s gross having to see some pee or diarrhea in a toilet. Here we go:
1. Finding a stall
If the worst comes to worst there won’t be any doors and you too close your eyes and hope for the best as you take the last stall and hope for no one to see you. Trust me it’s the worst, I had to do this once it was horrible. If there are doors you have to peek into the stall and most of the time there is a lot of toilet paper on the floor and poop and/or pee in the toilet. EWWWW….
2. Going to the bathroom
When you go in the park it’s pretty nasty the cold toilet and the thin toilet paper doesn’t do squat. If you’re strong enough you hold your butt over the toilet and go that way but every once in awhile one of our butt muscle goes out and you touch the seat. EW. Not to mention the thin toilet paper that isn’t really there it’s like you’re wiping with tissue paper, a leaf would do better than that cheap toilet paper. Also, the toilet paper comes out in little pieces so you’re in the stall for an extra 5 minutes just getting a little butt worthy piece.
It speaks for itself. That smell is gross, it smells like poop and something you can’t forget. You pretty much have to hold your breath during the duration of the experience. Never forget…..never….. EWWWW
4. The Sinks
Most public bathroom either have the motion sensor sinks, which are nice because you don’t have to turn it on, but in this situation they aren’t the best things in the world. First off, they don’t work. they turn on the moment you move your hand away, like are you fickin’ kidding me I just went to the bathroom in a very disgusting place and you decide let’s mess with Dylan and not let her clean her hands and the moment she is about to go away we should turn on. Hahahaha. Very funny sinks but one day I will make you work and I will defeat you, just you wait.
I’m not saying all people or kids do this but I thinks it’s a little weird. So here’s how it usually works out: You squat over the toilet and a little kid comes in and goes into the stall next to you and is like
” What’s your name?” or the creepier ” How old are you? I’m 6. Can we be friends?” I know it might be a little bit of a stretch but this to me is terrifying. Like excuse me while I pee and try to hold my breath and have a conversation with a child who I don’t know, their mother could come in and I don’t know. Please let me know if this is just me. It can’t.