Life Lessons Accessible in Restrooms.
They are triplets? So where are his other two siblings.
Even if the triplets were still kids and hence very close they hardly answer the call of nature at the same time. Twins, triplets have different scripts and don’t mimic one another 24/7.
This restroom is customized for men and that makes it a ‘taboo’ for a woman but the woman who wants to boo herself may attempt same. Our different anatomy means different bathroom behaviours. Women don’t release wastes anyhow because they are structured as queens and those who mimic men (standing mode to pee) look very awkward.
After releasing liquid-wastes boys don’t shake their ‘pipes’ but men do, in fact the man that refuses to shake his pipe very well, will wet his boxers or pant. Age … must have triggered the differences in anatomy between boys and men though they belong to the same gender.
The restroom at image is normal but children and some diminutive men will have to do tip-toes to access some bowls because they are fixed at the wrong positions – placed too high but if it’s low it won’t affect tall or diminutive men after all men can send their wastes on errands on the ground without stress.
Jumoke stopped taking her hubby’s boxers to the dry cleaners because it’s wee-wee redolent but her hubby doesn’t bed-wet so why was his boxers laced with waste and always smelling?
‘Little drops of water’. He doesn’t shake his pipe well enough and so some water drops in his boxers every time he access the restroom.
Whether your pipe is giant-sized, normal or small-sized they all do similar jobs – excretory, pleasure and reproduction. Now it is the pleasure that links and leads to reproduction. They (pipes) release waste and service madam on two fronts – sugarcane and also send her on a 9-month course at the University of Gestation.
We are made in Nigeria.
Photo credit: Video Blocks