The women’s bathroom in my office building has become a marvelous source of amusement for me lately, and yesterday was no exception.
“Cause when I went in there first thing in the morning, this is what I saw:
An honest-to-goodness, fire-and-brimstone, you’re-going-to-Hell-sans-handbasket-if-you’re-not-saved, religious tract.
Why it is there is a complete mystery. There are two stalls in the women’s room, and only one contained this little source of inspiration. There were also none in the men’s room (I checked). Did someone leave their bathroom reading material (an excellent choice, IMHO) there by accident? If so, why was it left as if on display? If someone left it there on purpose, why just that one? Was it their last? If so, why leave it there? Do they simply have something against the people who use the left-hand stalls in women’s rooms?
Sadly, along with other burning questions such as how many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie Roll Pop, the world may never know.