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    Red face You know you're tired when...

    you walk into the men's room at work! Yep did it! Luckily I was the only one there.
    If you don't work on it you'll never finish it.

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    Done that, too - but it was at a truck stop.

    Those walls sure were decorated! And what were those urinals doing in there? I was in a stall with the door closed when I finally figured out that I wasn't where I had intended to be!

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    Oh Bear, that is so funny. It's bedtime and I'm sitting here laughing at your story.

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    I've done it too but I was a long time ago and I had ..ahem.. A little to much happy hour! Since I was a little mixed up it actually took me a while to figure out and by then I was finished. I DID Wash my hands I think. Yucky place!

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    I was 'holding' at work. Ran into the bathroom, used it and when I walked out there were men standing by the urinals... I sure did make a run for it to get out of there... Washed up in the woman's room....
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    I did it at the Kansas city airport.. I noticed the urinals, and left really fast.

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    Should we start a group...Sounds like we're a fun bunch!
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    Well drat!!!!

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    I had a very nice student assistant a few years ago from overseas. One day she came rushing back into the office very red faced. Seems she not only went into the mens room but used it as well and didn't realize her error until she was leaving and some guy walked in and gave her a funny look. She looked at the door saw the sign and the rest is history!
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    I can join this group .... was eating at a Japanese restaurant where they cook at the table. didn't want to miss any of the action so waited until end of meal but almost waited too long. The words on the doors were Japanese and I didn't take the time to be too observant. while doing my business, a couple of guys came in to do theirs. I just waited until they were finished before leaving the stall, then ran out of there as fast as I could brushing by a guy going in. continued running until I was completely outside and in the car. so very embarrassed. I've never been back to that restaurant to this day even though the food was outstanding.
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