Mups, At one time, l couldnít do a wee in a public toilet unless someone was operating the hand dryer or flushing another toilet. My sister was the same but she found if she put her fingers in her ears, she could go! I am not so bad these days though.
I love the way we have just confessed our toileting fears to the world!
Mups, Nor could l go to the toilet in front of them or anyone else! Although, l never minded my children when they were small!
If l thought my ex husband and ex partner were nearby and would hear me do a wee, l just couldnít go!
Weird arenít l?
This begs the question of how big were their ears ?
When we moved,to our bungalow three years ago there were two bedrooms so I built an en-suite into each so we both have our own facilities, and I converted the original bathroom into a cloakroom. It works for us...
Little boy in a high street tugged at his mums dress.
"Mum , I want to go wee"
"Not here son .wait until we get int a shop"
"but mum I am desperate to go wee"
" I told you to wait"
I can't" and he let out a loud yell "Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeee"
I'm not worried about having separate bathrooms, just another room to keep clean. Mind you, as Juddster pointed out, by the time Joan gets her wig on, her eyelashes on, stick on eyebrows, nails, spanx, filler etc.....
If there was just the one bathroom, it would be nice to have an extra loo though, cos even if I was desperate, I would never have a wee while my spouse was lazing in the bath.
I know lots of people do though, it's only me being shy I expect.