I walked into a restroom today and saw a man...
I walked into a restroom today at my school and I saw this 35ish man peeing in the sink... Think thats weird... He actually looked at me and told me its normal and that everyone does it... That was scary. Is this just me or is this the weirdest thing you have ever heard?
Wow . . . that's pretty wild. I've seen folks roll down a paper towel after they've used the restroom (before they wash their hands) and thought yuk. Urinating in the sink . . . that's just nasty.
surely it is not normal..i haven't seen anyone peeing in the sink..may be it is normal for him ...
I do not think this is normal to any culture. There are some trough like urinals in many buildings and at stadiums, but never have I heard of a bathroom designed for someone to urinate in the sink.
It sounds to me like he was simply justifying a bizarre act he was caught doing.... I dont know any normal people who would do such a thing. ( Of ocurse, I don't know many normal people, either.... )
Carolina, haha sounds correct it was bizarre cause he was pretty weird looking 2 start. Normal freinds though? What's that mean haha! I don't either.
The only time it is permissible to urinate in a sink is either at your place or your date's place and your johnson is standing at attention and it is unwilling to stand down.
Everyone does it he said? Perhaps it is easier with a penis but I don't suggest any females try this unless they are willing to squat over the sink and I think that would be a tad to much effort when most restrooms have, you know, a toilet.
what would have been stranger would have been if he then commented on how dirty the bathroom was. however, this does rank up there on the weird scale
by Tamarii2 8 years ago
HAVE YOU EVER DOMINATED A CONVERSATION AND THE PERSON WALKED AWAY?
by Holle Abee 6 years ago
A South Georgia garage:This struck me as funny. Hope it gives you a smile, too!
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