here’s a question
September 17, 2010
I have a bathroom question floating around in my head.
You know how, in a public (or any I guess) bathroom, you go to wash your hands, and you can’t help but look at the mirror, and if your hair is messed up, or you have something on your face, or crumbs on your shirt, or you collar is twisted, or, you know, whatever, and you try to fix it?
That is, you run your hands through your hair, or fix your collar, or something.
But when someone else comes in to the bathroom, or comes out of a stall, or finishes at the urinal, or whatever, you stop grooming and leave, even if you’re not done fixing your skiwampus hair?
Well, there is a portion of the population that does NOT stop grooming, that keeps fixing the hair, or checking their teeth, or plumb-bobbing their belt and shirt buttons, no matter what.
Here’s my question: Who ARE those people, and how many of them are there?