Outing the Bathroom Pig

There exists a cloak of secrecy over one of the most vile, selfish, creatures that live and walk among us (The Bathroom Pig!)  I feel sorry for owners that have to provide and maintain restrooms for public use, and I feel sorry for people like myself who are forced to use public restrooms because too often, I simply can’t make it home to use my own.  At best there are multiple commodes and if one or more are unsuitable there will be one that is clean enough.  At worst, there is nothing that isn’t disgusting, and if you can’t wait you are forced to attempt to make it usable yourself.

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I cannot for the life of me understand the level of disrespect when it comes to public restrooms.  I have always been very grateful and respectful when I use a public restroom.  I am grateful that it is provided for me in the first place, and respectful enough of myself and others to leave it clean when I am done.

Having worked retail I have seen my share of what Bathroom Pigs leave behind.  It ranges from mildly offensive to OMFG! you can’t even enter the stall without vomiting.  Now I understand some restrooms are not nice to begin with and that there are not always seat protectors to put between you and whatever may be on the toilet seat.  There is usually toilet paper though, which can be effectively used for the same purpose.  Even in the worst restrooms, but especially in decent restrooms, there is absolutely no excuse in my opinion, to ever be a Bathroom Pig!  

I have this fantasy.. of how Bathroom Pigs might be outed and change their despicable behavior.  It goes a little something like this…. hehehe (evil laugh)

We would have automated public restrooms, you would select a number for a corresponding stall from a key pad, and then that’s the stall that would unlock for you to enter. Upon exiting the stall a camera would take a photo of the empty stall (graphic evidence of what you left behind) if it’s clean the automated bathroom lets you exit.  If it’s not clean upon attempting to exit you would be trapped in a cylinder where your photo would be snapped and that photo along with the photo of how you left the stall would be instantly transmitted to the Bathroom Pig Websites on all of social media.  Gives new meaning to the old crank phone calls ” I know who you are and I saw what you did” doesn’t it? Then, in order to get out of bathroom jail.. you would be forced to go back and clean up after yourself.  There would be helpful diagrams for those who do not know or were not properly taught how not to be a Bathroom Pig. Once a clean photo of the stall was snapped you would be allowed to exit.  Wouldn’t that be some kind of poetic justice?

It’s scary to think that in order for people to behave themselves that it would/could come to something like that, but as long as people (I use that term loosely) can be Bathroom Pigs with complete anonymity, sadly, it isn’t likely to change. 😦

8 thoughts on “Outing the Bathroom Pig

  1. I often have to wipe the seat because of a piggie because I don’t want to exit and the next person think it was me who left it in such a state. But there is a solution. We have these coin operated loos on street corners, that when you exit, flush the whole rooms with clean water washing away all evidence of people’s bad behavior!

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    1. I think I have seen those. I like that idea except here we cannot afford to waste that much water. I too, have wiped a seat just so I could use it, and I certainly didn’t want someone to think I left a mess. Thank you for reading and commenting. 🙂

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  2. Eeeek! I try to avoid going to the bathroom when I’m outside as much as I can. I honestly don’t understand why some people are such piggies. It’s incredibly rude. But I find so many things rude when I’m outside haha. When I go shopping with Cilla and I see how women just throw piles of clothes everywhere in the shops. It’s not right to make such a mess just because there are employees walking around.

    Hope you’re well!! Need to email you soon. xox

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  3. I guess it has to do with selfishness and a sense of entitlement. I once watched a lady allow her child to throw his entire plate of wet food on the ground in a fast food restaurant. She didn’t even scold him. She had plenty of time to intervene she watched her son do it. Then she immediately called over an employee to clean it up. I am embarrassed to walk the earth with people like that. It’s very sad. I am well. It’s great to see you here. xoxo

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