Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Bob is awarded the Nobel Peace Prize

Gee. This would make too much sense: An express lane in the men's restroom for 2 beers or less. Ha. That said, men take a leak just like they shop: Get in. Do your business. Get out. No messing around.

I feel for women. Why? Take for example the ball park. Ever check out the line at each of the women's restrooms as compared to the men's? Sometimes the line is out the restroom door, way down and around a corner. That's long.

At the ballpark there's never any lines for the guys 'cause guys so what guys do best: Get in and get out.

Women? That's a whole other ball game when it comes to using the head. Having never checked out why it takes women so long to to do their duty at the ballpark and create long lines I have no clue as to the "why" of it.

Do they stop to chat? To compare notes? To do more than one thing . . . like do two things (that could explain a lot)? Then there's makeup to check and makeup to fix. Maybe all of those things combined add up to long lines to the women's restroom at the ball game.

When you think about it the concept of an restroom express lane for men could also work for women. They'd need a cop in the restroom to make certain the rules of the express, take a leak only pit stop, were followed.




I might win a Nobel Peace Prize for this idea 'cause there would be harmony and Zen . . . and no long lines in the ballpark women's restrooms. Express lane restrooms would be the greatest thing since sliced bread.

Ya think?

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Flyinfox_SATX said...

Bob, I am with you on this. I think that women would decrease the amount of time in public restrooms if they just learned to go alone.

Have you ever noticed that when you do the couples thing, and one of the women with you needs to go, that BOTH end up going? They just increased the population in the rest room by 100%. Cut that shit down! Go alone!

Good post today Bob!

La Roo said...

I hate going in public restrooms. I rather hold it and be like a camel.

DNA said...

I'm not even going to comment on this one. I will say however, that I do know that talking is not the reason.

Bob said...

DNA: But you like the concept, right?

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