Public toilets – the floor

My previous entry about public toilets only touched on a single aspect of the horror of public toilets. There are a few other issues that need to be addressed, which I will cover in four more parts.

Today’s topic is The Floor.

The floor of a toilet is dirty. Filthy, disgusting, fly-vomiting dirty. NOTHING should touch the floor of a public toilet. The soles of your shoes are a barely tolerable example, as long as you do not put your shoes on anything that will touch anyone’s anything except the soles of their shoes. You would think this would be obvious. Did we not all roll around with mirth at the absurdity of Barney Gumble groping at the toilet floor for a toothpick?

Yet, like a perverted Japanese man groping women on a train, I still see people allowing clothes and such to touch the floor

Do not drop your pants right down to your ankles so that your belt and hems and even, god forbid, the seat of your pants is touching the floor. Bunch at the knees people! Repeat after me: Please, please, bunch at the knees!

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