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Things To Do in Public Rest Rooms

~Stick your open palm under the stall wall and ask your neighbor, "May I borrow a highlighter?"

~Say, "Uh Oh, I knew I shouldn't have put my lips on that"

~Cheer and clap loudly every time somebody breaks the silence with a bodily function noise....

~Say. "Damn, this water's cold."

~Drop a marble and say, "Oh Shit! My Glass Eye!"

~Say, "Hmmmm, I've never seen that color before."

~Grunt and strain real loud for 30 seconds and then drop a cantaloupe into the toilet bowl from a height of 6 feet. Sigh Relaxingly.

~Say, "Now how did that get there?"

~Say, "Humus. Reminds me of humus."

~Fill up a squirt bottle with mountain Dew. Squirt it erractically under the stall walls of your neightbors while yelling...."Whoa! Easy Boy!"

~Say, "Interesting....more floaters than sinkers."

~Using a small squeeze tube, spread peanut butter on a wad of toilet paper and drop the wad under the stall wall of your neighbor. Then say, "Whoops, could you kick that back over here please?"

~Say, "C'mon Mr. Happy! Don't Fall asleep on me."

~Fill a balloon with creamed corn. Rush into the stall with your hand over your mouth and let out a lengthy vomit impression while you squeeze the balloon and splatter cream corn all about. Apologize profusely and blame it on the fettuccine alfredo you had for breakfast.

~Say, "Boy, that sure looks like a maggot."

~Say, "Damn, I knew that drain hole was a little too small. Now what am I gonna do?"

~Play a well known drum cadence over and over again on your butt cheeks.

~Before you unroll toilet paper, conspicuously lay down you "Cross-Dressers Anonymous" newsletter on the floor visible to the adjacent stall

~Lower a small mirror underneath the stall wall, adjust it so you can see your neighbor and say. "Peek-a-boo!"

~Drop a D-Cup Bra on the floor under that stall wall and sing "Born Free"

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