How are the toilets in your work ?

How are the toilets in your work ?

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Alan9127

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7 posts

1 month

Sunday 21st July
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My work has 3 cubicles which get cleaned 6 times a day. Despite this they still get in a terrible state. When I went in yesterday the first cubicle had wee all over the floor, the second one had a poo which was left floating in the pan with a big skidmark and a small piece on the actual toilet seat. The third one had a poo on the floor (yes it really did).

It just got me thinking what condition must the toilets be in in other work places.

Countdown

23,990 posts

140 months

Sunday 21st July
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Reasonably decent at my workplace (full of media types, artists, professionals).

When I used to work for a building firm the toilets in some of the office blocks were like 3rd world sewers.

It’s down to Class.

thepeoplespal

1,280 posts

221 months

Sunday 21st July
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Immaculate and probably get cleaned once or maybe twice a day top. Outnumbered 8:1 on my floor Female:Male, so cant vouch for the female toilets :-)

Rewe

695 posts

36 months

Sunday 21st July
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Sparkly clean at my place, at least they are before I've visited. Then less so....
hurl

dxg

5,337 posts

204 months

Sunday 21st July
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There's a trend in my place of going, but not flushing.

I think some people think they're being wonderfully 'environmental.'

HOGEPH

5,183 posts

130 months

Sunday 21st July
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I try and go when at work so i get time and a turd...

Mike335i

2,455 posts

46 months

Sunday 21st July
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Very few blokes in most of my offices, so.l it like having a personal toilet. Always clean as a whistle.

Coolbanana

2,176 posts

144 months

Sunday 21st July
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When I worked for others I would avoid building site toilets but the office wc's were often not much better.

Visit the Architects or the like and they were immaculate in comparison.

When I go to restaurants, the more expensive the establishment, the cleaner the wc's seem to be.

Obviously there are exceptions, but in my experience, most dirty pigs out there dwell among the less educated. Sad that this seems to be the case, it isn't difficult to go to the toilet without making it unpleasant for the next person.

(Just thought, imagine going to a Brexiter Convention, the state of the toilets there! eek
Kidding! Obvs wink )

Thesprucegoose

18,613 posts

139 months

Sunday 21st July
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not bad but footprints on toilet seat, st not flushed, shotgun back bit under the back lid.

The worst was when i worked in a distribution centre when loads of Iraqis had fled Iraq and where working there. Footprints on the seat, st all other the place, aka longdrop method and flooded toilers daily.

CAPP0

15,060 posts

147 months

Sunday 21st July
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Due to my job my workplaces tend to be offices, staffed by professional people, and yet it never ceases to amaze me what state so may people will leave the toilets in. I'm absolutely certain they wouldn't leave them like that at home, so why at work?

Alan9127

Original Poster:

7 posts

1 month

Sunday 21st July
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To add - last week had an email to say that one of the cleaner has slipped because someone thought it was a good idea to do a poo and wrap it up in hot dog paper and leave it lying on the floor. She went into the toilet slipped on it and got it all up her leg. She is also now off work - absolutely ridicious someone would do this.


cml24

221 posts

91 months

Sunday 21st July
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In my office in Tbilisi we had, for quite some time, desks for about fifty people, and three/four cleaners who were always in tea room waiting to clean only that office.

There were two other people in the office so the toilets, that were washed every hour, we're spotless.

Jag_NE

1,762 posts

44 months

Sunday 21st July
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Mixed experiences over the years. Anything used by shop floor / site workers will usually be bad, I’m convinced they make a point of being filthy as they think they are sticking it to the man. At a previous employer I recall having lunch with one of the warehouse lads and he threw a bit salt over the table to “get his money’s worth”, absolutely nuts. Current office is all educated professionals and the toilets are immaculate. Years ago there were issues with people standing on toilet seats to st, I can’t understand how they think that is more hygienic than leaving poo everywhere.

johnwilliams77

5,575 posts

47 months

Sunday 21st July
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Alan9127 said:
To add - last week had an email to say that one of the cleaner has slipped because someone thought it was a good idea to do a poo and wrap it up in hot dog paper and leave it lying on the floor. She went into the toilet slipped on it and got it all up her leg. She is also now off work - absolutely ridicious someone would do this.
You work with some cretins.

Testaburger

2,513 posts

142 months

Sunday 21st July
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Aeroplane toilets. Aggressive vacuum action.

A nice touch is that on my new jet, the toilet has a window. It’s pleasant to gaze out at the clouds or night sky in such circumstances.

The problem I encountered was not being used to a toilet window, and going for a number when on the ground. With people all over the tarmac, whom I’d probably exposed myself to.

Type R Tom

2,551 posts

93 months

Sunday 21st July
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Following someone who has used the ablutions jug is always good fun. Water everywhere, why can't they just use paper.

generationx

2,301 posts

49 months

Sunday 21st July
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I started a similar subject recently called “Bathroom Bogies”. It was removed after 6 pages and some very entertaining stories. Good luck!

Robmarriott

1,734 posts

102 months

Sunday 21st July
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fking terrible.

There’s one urinal and one cubicle. Some knobhead keeps spitting chewing gum into the urinal so it’s regularly clogged up and then overflows, meaning the floor in the whole thing turns into a piss lake.

The cubicle is so small you have to straddle the bowl to open the door, the toilet seat keeps falling off and when it does, nobody seems to care enough to put it back on, mainly because it’s normally covered in piss because people have a st aim.

The bin overflows with paper towels and there’s soap all over the wall from the few people who bother washing their hands pushing the dispenser too hard.

It’s been mentioned to head office but they’re too cheap to bother fixing it.

soad

30,221 posts

120 months

Sunday 21st July
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Pretty bad as numerous agency staff use them.
Cleaned only once in the mornings too.

Vaud

32,847 posts

99 months

Sunday 21st July
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Perfect. Personal soap, towel and aftershave.
No need to lock or even close the door.






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