Saturday, October 27, 2007

speaking of restrooms


Brittney's husband "borrowed" this from his old job. From what I'm told about men's rooms, I bet relatively clean is enough.

11 comments:

Jeff said...

Meaning keep the obvious debris from the counter (visually clean), but we don't care if it's actually sanitary.

Kristina B said...

Probably about as "clean" as my apartment after I've finished excavating...er, tidying. Just ask my mother who within 1/2 hour of arriving for a visit is asking where the javex is.

Javex? What's that?

Mr. Spelchekr said...

I like that - "clean" is very open to interpretation... :^)

Steve D. said...

Great site! I always read the item in quotes as being sarcastic...which make for some funny interpretations.

Anyway, I threw you a link from http://lazycomic.blogspot.com/.

Keep up the good work!

Anonymous said...

Wow that was really funny! your blog made my morning!

Anonymous said...

Have any of you actually been responsible for keeping public restrooms clean? Women's restrooms are always more filthy than the men's--every time. Ask anyone who has to clean up after.

Anonymous said...

Great blog! Was good for a few laughs this afternoon. Looking forward to reading more.

bethany said...

Anony2: When I worked at Subway my experience was opposite. The misplaced pee was always in the men's.

Anonymous said...

At least men never leave unflushed blood in the toilet like women sometimes do....ewww.

--Emily

like a window... said...

This is my favorute one!
What a great blog!!!
I'll keep an eye out for oddly situated quotation marks now.

Joe said...

hi, I am Brittney's husband. I stole this from a federal building in DC that I worked in that housed part of the US Department of Education. The misuse of quotes at the DOED made me laugh every time I saw it, so I took it home and hung it up in my bathroom. I'm so proud we made the site!