Lol Is it the person going into the bathroom or the person coming out?
I'm actually going to take a stab at this...lol
1) We are conditioned to walk to our right.
2) If there is enough room to go through a walkway together, as long as each person walks to his/her right, there should be no problem.
3) If there is a single doorway that opens IN, the person coming out should wait until the person entering has entered.
4) If there is a single doorway that opens OUT, the person coming in should wait until the person leaving has exited.
Awesome. That's what I would have said. Apparently there's a big confusion around this topic. Do we need training on right of way in social situations just like we do with traffic? Lol Thanks! That was actually a very well thought out response. Love it!
Thanks. Believe it or not, I had a long discussion about this very subject with my husband the other day - spurred by the confusion between the Enter/Exit doors at our local Walmart.
Oh wow! That's another good topic. Is there a good reason that they put the exit sign on the left when we've been conditioned to walk on the right? Who hasn't had that discussion? Lol
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