Stuff some (possibly damp?) toilet paper in the keyhole:
[via Bathroom Studies, a fun new blog about local bathrooms]
So he has his friend guard the door for him, and no one else is allowed in even when there are two urinals and TEN GUYS IN LINE. We were like, “R U SERIOUS??”
The friend granted us permission to snap a picture and blog about it, like as a public service, so you’ll know what to expect if you find yourself in line behind this guy.
(If it’s determined that this is too mean or something, I guess I’ll take it down. Lemme know.) (But seriously, if you need the whole bathroom to yourself, maybe don’t go to a dive bar full of hundreds and hundreds of needing-to-piss men? I dunno.)
I must say that I find this porta-potty disguise much less pretentious than our previously featured example. Perhaps it’s the festive colors or the whimsical design that makes it look more like a miniature golf obstacle. Regardless, I’d really like to know if the person behind this is also responsible for the colorful Cushman across the street!
A handful of Dolores park patrons anxiously awaiting their turn to use the generously-provided porta-potties situated at the 19th Street entrance were temporarily inconvenienced this past weekend when the cleaning crew stopped by at around 5pm to give the units a bath. Some waiting in line were outraged that the cleaning would be scheduled at such an obvious high-usage time and that shouldn’t the city know better, but you know what?
I’m so happy that they clean those things every single day that I don’t give a shit (no pun intended) when they do it. Personally, I’m still amazed that the porta-potties still sometimes smell springtime fresh whenever I enter, a fact that I commented on way back when they were installed. If it means that a line full of entitled folks has to wait a little longer, so be it! And seriously, the dude was only cleaning one of them at a time, which still left 5 others perfectly vacant.
Keep up the great bathroom cleaning work!