Have you ever had an experience where you walk into a public bathroom stall – and you wonder what the bathroom architect was smoking?
I’m assuming here, that public bathrooms are designed all at once – not that they put toilets in, then the walls (or vice versa).
There is one stall in the bathroom nearest me, where the toilet is not centered in the stall at all. You’ve practically got to scoot sideways under the toilet paper dispenser to sit squarely on the thing. It’s a very awkward situation, the scooting, when you’ve got your pants around your ankles and are trying not to knock the seat protector off kilter, and trying not to fall down.
So can anyone explain why?