Is it wrong that when I’ve heard that going on (someone talking on the phone while seated in a stall - specifically while at the office) I will do my best to flush as loudly as possible? (as in, I’ll flush the toilet in the other stall and the 2 urinals.)
I just figure if he’s as comfortable with it as I am uncomfortable with it, the person on the other end of said call should be comfortable with it too.
@bakerzdosen@yakkoTDI Some years ago there was a company-wide meeting that was also broadcast to many remote sites, and had some people dialed in from home. During the President’s presentation there were some odd noises for several minutes, and then an almighty FLUSH.
It was a thing of beauty.
We heard the offender was talked to at length, and in detail, and his remote meeting privileges were revoked.
Majority of 18-29 year old British men (61%) “say they use their phone on the throne every time, or most times, as do 44% of women of the same age.” (Somewhat similar US data from middle states (Dakotas, Iowa, etc)
The findings from British “Which?” magazine suggest phones have 18 times more germs than toilet handles.
Almost half of phones in Britain that had been water-damaged had fallen into the toilet bowl. (2011 survey)