Sallys Compliment - Bathroom Usage

Review by Understanding on 2010-12-11
TEXAS -- I myself worked for companies where only employees where allowed in the back room and bathroom. Just because you're older or a child doesn't give you the right to use the companies bathroom. The employees has personal items in the rear of the building, they can't stand there and wait for you to go pee, they have work and customers to take care of. Just the other day, I went to one of the cell phone companies, I was there for 2 hours, I needed to go to the bathroom, they told me I had to go to the store next door, because they didn't have a public bathroom.

So, I went Next Door. You just have to get over yourself, come on face it your just not that important.
Comments:10 Replies - Latest reply on 2010-12-12
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-12-11:
Posted by D on 2010-12-11:
This gives a new meaning to the phrase, "pi$$ on it"...
Posted by T on 2010-12-11:
I feel like I was dropped into this complaint in the middle, like into the toilet ball. I splashed around for a few seconds, and now I'm getting out. Anyone have a moist towelette?
Posted by T on 2010-12-11:
toilet BOWL, that is.
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-12-11:
What is a toilet ball?
Posted by Johanna on 2010-12-11:
that would be the party the local plumber's union throws every year :).
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-12-11:
LOL clutzy!
Posted by GenuineNerd on 2010-12-12:
ript2010 (12/11/2010)
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What is a toilet ball?

I am guessing a "toilet ball" is one of those blue tablets that go into the tank and turn the water blue, while "automatically" cleaning and disinfecting the toilet.

Still, I agree that businesses are not under any obligation to open their rest rooms to the public; even if it's a business that is expected to have public facilities, such as a gas station, a restaurant, a convenience store, a supermarket, or a department/discount store...some such businesses don't have public facilities either, and it could be a security or liability risk if the public used an employees-only rest room, even if the person needing to use it is a child or a senior citizen. Somebody could get hurt, or an employee's personal belongings could get stolen...and the business could be on the hook for it...let alone the employee allowing the use of the off-limits rest room facing disciplinary action and/or firing. If you are out shopping and need to use a rest room, please seek out a business that does provide public facilities-don't ask an employee to bend the rules just for you.
Posted by T on 2010-12-12:
I corrected my comment within a few minutes. I'm still happy to have provided you with some comic relief.
Posted by tnchuck100 on 2010-12-12:
Too much lawyer influence in the world today. Businesses of today cannot extend courtesy to anyone for any reason for fear some jerk-weed lawyer will crawl out from under his rock and destroy said business.

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