ANSWERS: 35
  • No. It is not my place to comment on the bathroom habits of others.
  • I don't think so. The only thing I speak up about are those who do not wash thier hands. ICK!
  • yuck... flush the toilet.
  • Leave this sign at the head: FLUSH, ITS NOT HARD.
  • No but I would play some sort of practical joke on him in the bathroom. Something really embarassing that would make him have to flush the toilet. Like if you go in right after him or something yell out who the fuck is the common bastard that didn't flush or even say that in a group. Say I just came from the jon, I'd be like some asshole didn't flush and see how they react.
  • lol kidney juice hahaha i like it. maybe hes conserving water? stick a note on the wall, or beat him to it an leave a nice log marrinating in the bowl
  • LOL!!! It's just pee man, it'd be much worse if he left...flush it.
  • Next time you come out of the bathroom make a comment not directed toward him like I wish people would start flushing the toilet unless he is the only other person working. But just make hints of how much it bugs you, at least it is not number 2
  • Say, 'Is there a water shortage round here, or what?' He'll say, 'Why?' You say, 'Well, I've noticed you never flush the lavatory, for some reason.' He may feel embarrassed enough to start flushing, depends if he's thick-skinned. Or, maybe he really is trying to conserve water, in which case you can answer him, 'Very admirable, but we're not a third world country yet, so it would be more sociable to have good bathroom standards where we're sharing. Do as you wish in your own home.'
  • kidney juice!!! you rock. You made my back tingle.
  • tell that person he/she is nasty and rude
  • Yes...at least post a sign saying "Please Flush After Use"
  • In my company, I would go to HR and have them post a sign in the bathroom. That is gross and I will have nothing to do with it. We are all adults and if someone cannot act like one then that is just sad in my opinion.
  • I say the direct approach is best, Just walk up to him and away from others and say please flush the toilet after you pee. Many people were taught to conserve water and not to flush when you only pee. He would not know better unless someone told him out-right.
  • I would wash my hands at the sink and purposely NOT dry them, and then walk over to him and wipe your hands on the back of his shirt and say "Don't ya just hate when ya pee on yourself?" When he reacts, which he more than likely will, then tell him next time it will be real pee if he doesn't start flushing the toilet! That should give him a hint!
  • Maybe your co worker is going Green ... by saving water.... when it's yellow let it mellow...
  • who cares as long as it isn't a log, or worse colon JUICE!!!
  • He was all stressed this week and started leaving his kidney juice without flushing and dropped the over-wrap for his lean pocket on the floor and didn't pick it up.
  • You could ask him "did you forget to flush?" and see what he says.
  • Kidney Juice.. Too funny. I'd pee in his desk drawer and leave it open so he could see my kidney juice.
  • maybe he is just trying to do his part to save the world and conserv water. al gore has a lot of people convinced that consumption of resources is a bad thing... well it is bad unless you are al gore then you can consume 4 times what the average person does.
  • Yeah, its disgusting!
  • Today I found a "dookie" that was left by him yesterday. If he didn't get into a car accident today on the way to an assignment I would have ripped him a new one. This has got to stop. He is 27 years old... you use the toilet and then you flush. What is so hard about that????
  • Yeah! Tell him you don't wanna look at his poop and non of the other people do either. Either flush or you go to the boss!!!!
  • Oh what a wonderful description, that is disgusting, i would tell them straight!
  • Absolutely if it's a regular thing. Letting it 'mellow' at home is one thing. Doing that in a place of business is bordering on obscene :-(
  • I'd have reported it to your boss. Thats gross and really, just unnessesary. Ask if he forgot to flush, or if he's trying to conserve water. Just see how he reacts and see if you can't correct him on it; someone needs to.
  • I think I'd just make up a copy of the old signs that used to be in every public restroom: We aim to please, you aim too, please. Or If you sprinkle when you tinkle, please be neat, and wipe the seat. Both get the point across with humor and without meanness.
  • oh definitely. Stale piss smells terrible after a few mintues. When its been festering in a small broom closet bathroom, the stench is horrific. I have called slobs out on that before. They always have a lame excuse. One time at work, somebody actually peed in this guys garbage can.
  • Today, December 31st, I got a double delight. He left his urine and some blood in the toilet. He pissed and then he coughed up some blood on it. When I lifted the lid and saw urine and blood, I thought perhaps "he" was really a "she". When I brought it to his attention the response was "I thought I flushed". Well now there is a sign on the bathroom door asking "Did You Remember to Flush????"
  • I think you need to tell him that everybody is getting upset about his not flushing the toilet and could he please flush properly in future.
  • Send them a jokey eamil saying 'oi dirty bloke/girl, flush the toilet, we dont all want to look at your morning coffee' If you dont work in an office, stick a sign up in the loo saying can everybody please flush toilet He might be trying to save water...some people only flush after dumping for environmental reasons (yuk)
  • "It's ovious that the person is a status/powerful one, within the office, so, I'll let it pass, it's understandable, I just wish I were in his or her's shoes!!"
  • yes, call his mother and ask why he wasn't better trained.
  • hello,if you mean not flushing pee,no i wouldnt say a thing,but if it were the other stuff i would complain,urine is ony water,poop is disgusting to look at and it smells bad too.

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