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The Most Disturbing Thing You Saw in a Public Bathroom

A public bathroom is often a rare oasis of privacy for people who are far from home or a Starbucks, or who don’t want to spend $40 on a sit-down lunch—but it is also a danger zone. To pee in a public restroom is to willingly expose your bare butt to a foreign environment, only in that foreign environment you know that everyone else is also showing their bare butts, and also stuff is maybe coming out or going into them.
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