25 thoughts on “Going The Extra Mile

    1. f_lawless

      You let one customer relieve themselves into a single use plastic bag then they all want to do it. It’s the air holes – they create havoc.

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  1. dhod

    I have a clothes shop and people ask every day can I use your loo. I always say yes but what annoys me is the state they leave it in. Pee all over the floor and seat, floaters and taps left running

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      1. Slightly Bemused

        As a parent, coming from a large household, there is NOTHING that can prepare you for parenthood. At best, you can be warned. You can not be prepared!

        One of the most fun quotes I heard in a TV show was a guy, expecting his first, was asked if he had burp cloths. When he answered ‘Yes’ he was told ‘Buy more’! Never a truer word :)

        And fathers of girls: Watch out for how far they can pee when fresh air hits them!

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  2. Scundered

    Information overload, customers have about 2 seconds to read signage when approaching, take off your mace signs at least and cut wording to minimum.

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  3. Joe

    if no public toilet is provided in an area by the council the nearest public House can be used without having to purchase a beverage. it’s an old Irish law, pubs don’t want folk knowing that.

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