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For those of you reading this, please be aware that I didn't take my medicine today and this is going to be REALLY random!

Is it bad that I don't want to go the bathroom when I see another person in my office going in that I can't stand? I know that if I go in their while they are there then I'll be in a conversation FOREVER with them.

Is it also bad that I can tell whether the men in their bathroom are flushing the urinal verses the toilet? Also, is it bad that I can tell when they flush two and three times? This makes me sick.

I just thought to myself, why have I gone to the restroom some many times today? Then I realized, I drank 5 glasses of water at lunch today. Not to mention the 2 before lunch not including the coffee.

Nesties: Is it just me, or do you get excited about the posting milestones on under your name? I just reached 500 posts on my local board and now I'm "totally addicted".

It's 5:00pm! :)


Comments

Rachael said…
i love the randomness...reminds me of my own line of thinking most days :)
sassytimes said…
OMG, we used to have "speed pee'er" at my work. Seriously. You would enter the restroom at the same time as her, and by the time you got a trickle out, she was already washing her hands. We timed it once at it was under 30 seconds to pee, wash hands, etc. We came to the conclusion that she doesn't wear underwear under her skirts. That just takes waaaay too much time. She always disgusted me.
Allison said…
I'm totally with you about not wanting to go to the restroom when someone I don't like is in there and having to get in a conversation with them. If I'm headed to the bathroom, it's to do business, not a social hour!

And YES, I love the milestones! I got a 3rd diamond the other day and was SO happy :)

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