Friday, July 23, 2010
Here's a hypothetical, but very plausible situation:
You're at the office. Working away, while periodically checking Facebook and surfing for pictures of cats playing the piano. You get up and grab a cup of coffee and walk around the hallway, chatting with coworkers and enjoying your morning caffeine injection. You suddenly realize you have to urinate. You head towards the bathroom.
Now, right before you open the bathroom, I want to ask you a question: Do you still have the coffee in your hand?
If you answered no - good job.
If you answered yes - GROSS!
To be honest, I don't really know what's that disgusting about bringing the coffee in, setting it down by the sink, going to the bathroom and coming back for the coffee on the way out (despite the fact that I skipped the step where you wash your hands) but there is something that grosses me out about it. I don't know if it is the thought of pee particles, or pee-articles, floating in the air in a bathroom, landing in your beverage, but I don't agree with bringing your drink into the bathroom, your food on the other hand, have at it, I have a sub just waiting to be devoured on the toilet.
Posted by Newman at 10:19 AM
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