Today’s blog post, a GUEST BLOG from Mary Mac!
This one’s ESPECIALLY for the ladies.
Is there no standard for public restroom toilet paper dispenser placement?
You’d think there would be a ‘code height’, there’s a code for everything else for crying out loud. Some ladies’ room dispensers are so low you have to hang upside down to try and grasp the end of the TP roll, which is paper thin so therefore nearly non existent!
Some are so high you can’t reach them in the ‘seated‘ position! Could we get some uniformity for crying out loud?
And handicapped restrooms can be the worst! If you have to use one or help someone in there, be prepared to assume a position similar to a Russian gymnast in order to reach the tissue!
So, from now on restroom construction finishers, sit on the dang seat, turn to the left or right, whichever side you decide to put it on since there are no rules, and place the dispenser just above where you hand would reach if your arm were level, that is unless you’re shorter than 4 feet tall or taller that 7 feet tall, then get a 5′ 6″ volunteer, ya jagoff!
Thanks to Mary Mac from the podcast
for being an AWESOME follower and for being our guest blogger today!!!