When couples go out, why do women always go to the potty, together?
So they can talk about the men without being overheard, and not interfere with the men's ability to talk about the women . That said...the only time I'm accompanied to the bathroom is if it's by someone that's wearing a diaper. The other one is old enough to go into the boy's bathroom all by himself now.
So we can talk freely, of course. Often, we want to compare notes - not so much on who's hot but on how we look, how the evening is going, etc. It's like getting a second opinion (when we're insecure) or a cheerleader (when we're ecstatic). Oh, and honestly? Sometimes we snicker about the way others are dressed or are behaving...but that's only when we're being bad.
More or less it is for companionship, so we can talk in private. Not to "help" each other out.
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