Thursday, May 24, 2007

Help us solve the mystery of the toilet seat

OK, so here goes. There are 4 businesses on the floor where Mary works. There is a men's room and a women's room. The women's room has 2 stalls.

Sometimes if Mary gets to work before 9 am, she'll use the bathroom and notice that the cleaning crew has been in there. The seats are up, the water in the bowls is blue, and the floor has been mopped.

Same thing later in the day, in the early afternoon: cleaning crew comes in, leaves the seats up with blue water in the bowls, leaves the floors slightly damp from mopping.

BUT: Several times DURING the day, Mary has noticed that the toilet in the left stall HAS THE SEAT UP.

News bulletin: Women don't lift the seat up to use the toilet! Men do, and they often don't put it down again (although Jeff does, every time).

So what the heck is going on here? What woman is leaving the seat up--and why? Or is there some other explanation?

Leave us a comment and let us know what you think.


Dougster said...

Some women hover over public restrooms and if thats the case maybe she lifts the seat to keep from dripping on it.

Jeff and Mary said...

That could very well be. If that's the case, she needs to heed the woman's cry to all mankind: Put the seat down!

Lana said...
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debbanderson said...

I agree with the hovering theory. But my guess is ... Transvestite!

Jeff and Mary said...

Transvestite ... now, who could it be ...? LOL :-)