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Men’s Toilet’s Unspoken Rule

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When you enter a public men’s toilet, I think it’s obvious to a lot of people that there are certain unspoken or unwritten rules or guidelines needed to be followed. In fact, some people just did it subconsciously without knowing it. Like me, for instance. I wasn’t aware of what I’m doing until when I watched a drama talking about human psychology, I realized there are indeed something being done by most men unaware when it comes to using the public urinals.

The action I mentioned that I did subconsciously is this. I always make sure I’m at least ONE EMPTY urinal away from another person peeing to avoid all kind of awkwardness. Shit. If a person come and pee next to me, even if it’s a friend, I can’t help but feel uneasy.

 

 

You see how awkward it can be? Two guys peeing side by side is as gay as any straight guy like me can get in our daily life. I can’t help but wonder if the guys is gay or not and purposely come near me to check out my manhood. Call me paranoid, but if you see carefully next time, if you are a guy of course, most guys will automatically avoid peeing next to each other. This comfort zone should not be messed with and everyone should actually pee with at least one empty urinals in between.

 

 

If peeing next to each other is gay, removing your pants all the way down is while peeing next to people is basically giving some unwanted strip show or calling for some gay sexy time to be given at that exact moment. I was stunned awhile looking at the sight of a guy around my age actually need to pull down his jeans all the way with his underwear around his ankles to actually just PEE at the urinal. FOR GOODNESS SAKE, that’s what the zipper on your jeans are for! Even if there are no zipper, there is a way to pee without removing all your jeans and underwear. Girls, ask any of your guy friends for explanation.

The stupid tale of awkwardness and probably the gayest moment that could happened to me does not end there.

Yeap, probably the only time people don’t mind someone beside them to block their view of this awkward situation. I had hold mine for so long, I had no other choice. The next few people actually all waited for him to finish before actually going to use the urinal. That’s how disturbing it can be for all straight guys in this event. One of the worst toilet experience I ever had. Damn.

 

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