the Public Toileting Habits of some Women


I truly wish women that use public restrooms would practice better toileting.

I know I have complained about this before, but seriously consider sharing this message far and wide yourself. I travel quite a bit, so public restrooms are my fate, but if you have to leave behind a piss smattered toilet, then maybe you should consider toileting at home.  

You aren’t fit for public domains!!

If you are one of those women that like to squat or stand over the toilet seat and stream urine all over the seat itself, consider carrying rubber gloves and prepare to clean up YOUR URINE YOURSELF. Do not leave it splashed hither and yon for someone else to mop up or avoid.

Think about the person coming in after you. What if that person is handicapped and they are unable to wipe up your disgusting residue, or what if it’s a child that doesn’t know any better and so they sit on the toilet seat, walking away from it covered in your filth?

Are women that do this in public restrooms raised by wolves? Oh! I take that back! Wolves have better toileting habits than some of the women I have gone behind in a public restroom. Shame on you!

One of my friends had the best advice for a person that likes to squat when they urinate in a public toilet. She suggests putting the seat up BEFORE you squat to pee. When you’re done, put the seat back down. Sound familiar? Guys do it all the time!! It can’t be that hard for a woman that likes to squat to raise the seat for their sisterhood.

Women like to complain about a man’s urine stream aim, but I am here to tell you that a man has a better chance of making it in the bowl than you do with your vagina.

Stop pissing on the toilet seats!!

About Madeline Scribes

A writer with a sense of humor. If anyone can laugh at life, it's me.
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7 Responses to the Public Toileting Habits of some Women

  1. nikkifrankhamilton says:

    I am so with you here! Seriously, you would not leave this mess at home. Kind of like wearing your nicest panties in case of an accident, have better manners in public than private!


  2. wildninja says:

    It only takes a second to mop up the toilet seat… while we’re on this topic, I also wish we women would stop flushing anything but toilet paper, pee, and poo, especially WIPES. Wipes are marketed as flushable but that only means they make it down the toilet. They do not break down like t.p. and are contributing to horrible blockages in the sewer lines. They also get caught up in and destroy equipment at the sewer treatment plant.

    Honestly, our bathroom manners need work.


  3. I know they don’t learn this at home! They certainly can’t have the same toileting habits at home. Why not treat every restroom like it’s home? I carry nappy wipes in my purse now because the problem has gotten so out of control. And I do not hesitate to report toilet conditions to management if they are horrifying.


  4. Marty says:

    I have looked under the stall door and not seeing feet tugged on the door handle only to realize it was occupied. The girls were actually standing on the toilet seat in a squatting position. I had noticed tennis shoe imprints on toilet seats before thought it was someone trying to look over the stalls. Anyone else seen this new way to pee?


    • OMG!!! That would just freak me out enough to go get a store manager! Those poor folks working there have to clean that mess up. That is the one thing I don’t think the squatters think about. There will always be someone that has to clean it!!


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