Sunday, March 23, 2008

"press" my button


Keith saw this in the bathroom of a sushi place in silver spring, MD. I wish we could see this alleged knob, because why would you think to turn a pushing lock? And are these words code for something else?

4 comments:

Kelly said...

Not a funny answer here, but there are door locks that if you press them, they unlock when you turn the knob. But if you press and turn, it stays locked, even when you turn the knob. So i imagine they had problems with the door getting stuck locked when people left the bathroom.

JUSTIN said...

If I was in this bathroom, I would pull it, just for the fun of it.

sitboaf said...

You see a doorknob with a small button in the center. The button looks like it can be turned or pushed in.

"I turn the knob."

You have been pricked by a tiny needle. Roll save vs. poison.

Anonymous said...

some people are just gluttons for punishment, trying to turn a tiny, perfectly round button. isn't it pretty clear when it's a push vs turn?