I get asked this question all the time on this sub, and I’ve been asked this same question a few times before.
What are the best things to do if you’re sick and need to go to a bathroom?
I’m going to go with this question because I’ve got some serious issues.
I have asthma and the only way I can get to work is by using a walker and walking on the floor.
When I’m sick I usually have to stay in bed for about four hours.
I also have chronic back pain and when I get a cold I have to use a walking cane for a few days.
So, I’m going with the idea that I’m not a good fit for a toilet.
It is true that I don’t want to be in a bathroom.
But that’s not because I don,m fit.
I just don’t feel comfortable with the feeling of being in the toilet.
The toilet is an essential part of my life.
I spend a lot of time sitting on it, or sitting on a toilet seat.
It’s like my gym, but without the weight and the size of the gym.
It doesn’t make sense for me to have to sit in a toilet for a long time, when I can sit down at home.
My roommate, who is not a fan of the toilet, has been very supportive of me.
She tells me she uses it in the shower and for the first time she’s actually having fun with it.
When I go to bed, I feel great.
I’m actually glad that I was able to take the time to take care of my health.
I’ve never had a heart attack.
But it’s not the only thing that I miss about the toilet in the bathroom.
When I am in the bathtub, I just feel claustrophobic.
There’s no place for me in the tub.
I feel like I’m stuck in a tiny room where I’m constantly being told to move or I’m gonna have to get out.
I’m also a big fan of being able to see my body.
I think it makes me feel more confident and less vulnerable.
This is not to say that the toilet is not important.
Yes, it is.
It is important to take time to relax and have time to enjoy the view.
But I feel uncomfortable sitting down in the same place over and over again.
Some of the bathroom features I would like to see improved include: It’s easier to see your body, like if you were to stand in front of a mirror and look at your body.
If you’re not a big person and can only see the toilet and a mirror, it might feel awkward.
Make the toilet easier to get to, like by putting it in a separate space that you can walk to.
More toilets could be better, like an escalator or a lift.
What do you think about toilet etiquette?
Do you like the bathroom?
What is your toilet etiquette preference?