I let them suck about 100 tubes of blood (OK, it was only three but my phlebotomist wasn't very gentle).
|Why yes, this was the actual syringe she used!|
Then I was off to the bathroom to pee in a teeny tiny cup.
I picked a stall, went in, and closed the door. Here's what greeted me behind that door:
|I did use my cell phone camera in the bathroom but I did it BEFORE I peed!|
Do people actually flush things like pens, cell phones, and pagers? And someone had to add keys and shoes to the sign? Shoes? I could "maybe" see the other items. Maybe . . .but only if you had them in your pocket and dropped them into the toilet by accident while pulling your pants up or down. Maybe.
Now, I did have my cell phone out in the stall to take that picture for bloggy goodness but I can guarantee you that I was not going to drop it into the bowl. My hand was like a vise grip on that phone. If I HAD, I wouldn't have left it there! While it'd be gross to pick it out, it's my pee (unless, as the first line suggests, someone else didn't flush) and I can wash my hands when I'm done. I'd put the cell phone in a wad of paper towels to get it home and figure out how to get it replaced. Flush it? No way in hell! How does that saying go? It's like fitting a round peg in a square hole? Even if I didn't want that cell phone back, it's not going to fit through that hole and down the pipe. Common sense people.
The shoes perplex me. How on earth would shoe get into a toilet bowl? My mind was racing with scenarios that would cause that to happen. Was someone standing on the seat? Was someone doing a leg kick like a Rockette with a loose shoe? How DOES a shoe get into a toilet bowl?
If by some strange twist of fate a shoe did land in there, why would anyone flush that sucker? Did they go in with two shoes and leave with one? Did they toss the odd shoe and go barefoot? I'm going to wonder about this for a long time.