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I did that at the airport in Arizona . OOPS!!!!!!
I had the opposite happen. I was washing my hands in the LADIES room in a House of Flavors when a man walked in. I left quickly making sure to check the door on the way out to make sure I was in the right room.
In many countries throughout the World the toilets are not segregated. One soon gets used to walking past the urinals, manned or unmanned, and going to the cubicle. I'm just grateful when it is clean. It was not the Asian countries that I found housed the dirtiest loos.
I have done this a few times I finally quit getting embarrassed by it.. I now figure I gotta go and the first door is the right one - I would really be embarrassed if I did not make a rest room.
Been there, done that.
J J (jbj137)
I am a G.R.I.T.
G = girl R =raised I = in T = the S = South
This DH of mine tells a funny story about public bathrooms during our family get-togethers when we're sharing embarrassing moments from our young and wild days in Texas...he was hurrying to the bathroom because of "too much beer in one evening" and ran into the bathroom with no line at the door---wrong---and when he realized he was in the "ladies" there was no door handle on the back-side of the door---he nearly clawed a hole in the door trying to get out......keeps all our kids laughing every time he tells that one.
Make every day count for something!
The same thing happened to me at a wedding. I had had a couple of glasses of wine (that's all it takes for me!) and had to go to the little girls room. Only problem was that it was the little boys room. There was one guy standing at urinal so I beat it out of there as
quick as can be!
Luckily for me, I have never done that. I travel overseas nor go to places that don't speak English or have English signs.
This life is the only one you get - enjoy it before you lose it.
I can beat that. I work at an animal shelter and I scanned an opossum the other day for a microchip. The officer was laughing his ads off at me. I was so weak from being sick I couldn't even think straight
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