How’s the coffee? Wait up, it’s about to get better. How would you feel if you find yourself at a business place where you do, hmmm business and you have to, hmm do your business. Am I confusing you? Yes, but not on purpose. Ok, so you go to a bar, order a drink or two and mingle, and all of the sudden you have to tingle.
Let’s say you find the toilet in time, and lucky you! You find a bathroom that has plenty of space and only one stall, a sink, and a full-length mirror at the door. So you close the door to do your business because you know that the door is unlocked and you can go in and out of that bathroom stall at any time. What? Ok, don’t get so hung up on the door.
How would you feel if you find out later after you tingled that the door to the toilet is actually a two-way mirror and everyone just saw you doing your business while you were in the toilet? Wait, I’m not done.
Apparently, after 15 years of this practice, someone reported this to the “authorities” and their response was “it appears that nobody’s privacy rights were violated?”
A couple of questions come to mind.
- How come there is no two-way mirror in the man’s urinal area?
- What does the author of the article mean when it uses the following, “authorities?”
- A promise is a promise (just a couple of questions). “)
Last but not least, the bar owner, a man states ” I would rather burn the bar down then take the mirror down.”
I’m a simple girl. I don’t have advanced degrees but don’t you need my consent to see my private parts? Wait a minute! I just tricked you. I asked a 3rd question.
What a crock!