Dating bathroom etiquette
The same rule applied to women who trail toilet paper on the bottoms of their shoes Another commenter says women must always warn others if there’s no toilet paper, or if there is splatter all over the seat.
One of the most important rules is to never hold out on saving the day with a much-needed feminine hygiene product, such as a pad or tampon.
Then, I’ll do the pretend reach.”Splitting the bill Yet there are instances where it’s preferred to split the bill.
One fashion editor said she goes dutch when she’s sure she never wants to see that person again.
It is popularly preached that men should put the seat down after relieving themselves, but why – in this age of so-called equality – is this still the case? So let's pull up our trousers, flush out the problem and wash our hands of this khazi conflict once and for all.
Because, shockingly, men like touching the seat just as little as their female cubicle-mates.
According to the eighteenth edition of Emily Post’s the rule is “for a first date at least, the person who asks should pay unless both parties agree in advance to share expenses.” But in the age of Tinder, who can be considered the initiator? Looking for some clarification, I posed the question to the staff over coffee, hoping my fellow editors could share their own thoughts on paying for dinner on a date.
Due to the candidness of their answers, their names have been kept confidential for fear of freaking out future first dates.
In the past, the standard was the man always took care of the bill, but in 2014, when gender roles have radically changed, do the same old rules still apply? You can see how things these days have gotten a little confusing.
Have I heard correctly that your rules of modesty require men to crouch or squat to urinate??
I am wondering if it would be more polite not to use the urinal in a men's room if someone who I believe is Moslem is nearby at the wash basin.
Seats with printed multi-colored designs, such as floral or newsprint, have been fashionable at times.
Other designs are made of transparent plastic, encapsulating small decorative items such as seashells or coins.