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A Question of Bathroom Etiquette - Is he, is he dead? (1 Viewer)

What do you do?

  • leave, it's none of my business

    Votes: 26 36.1%
  • make loud noises to startle him/her

    Votes: 27 37.5%
  • knock on the stall door, hope someone answers

    Votes: 14 19.4%
  • slide under the stall door to be 100% positive

    Votes: 5 6.9%

  • Total voters
    72

mr. furley

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Scenario:  you work in a small'ish office. you can easily identify who's in a stall based on their footwear. 

the bathroom lights work on a motion sensor. more than 20 minutes of inactivity and they automatically douse. 

one of your co-workers has been known to carouse well in to the night and occasionally come to work.... less than sober. he also is obese and is trying to cover up a drug problem.

you enter the bathroom mid-afternoon, the lights are out and there's a deep snoring-like sound coming from the bathroom stall.

do you assume he just conked out from the lack of sleep and leave him to rest?

do you assume he has nodded out from the drugs and try to rouse him?

do you assume, based on the irregularity of the snoring that he's having a medical emergency and breach the entrance?

:popcorn:

 
mr. furley said:
i'm not aware of anyone that takes their shoes off for #2 at the office but this is a good idea in the event that something changes
Dudes passed out, just reach under that stall and take ‘em. 

If you have to pick up his slack all the time I’d just call paramedics. It would make a big scene and he’d have some explaining to do. 

 
Knock on the door "you alright in there buddy?"

Why is this a question?
If what furley says is true, I'd be a bit more aggressive. He's snoring, in the dark. One or two loud bangs. "Wake up I gotta ####*"

*Optional "...and you got TPS reports to fill out (or whatever)"

 

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