Well the good news is, most men who go into the men’s room are going into the men’s room to use the men’s room.

Well the good news is, most men who go into the men’s room are going into the men’s room to use the men’s room.

I think most men have a protective instinct towards kids just as much as most women do.

I’ve used public restrooms my whole life and never saw anything strange going on. It probably does – I usually think of Rest Stops and Greyhound Bus Stations as “be careful here” places.

But busy restrooms are just that. Hurry up, do what you gotta do and get out.

I asked my mother what she did with me at that age.

She said she’d give me about 3 minutes. She’d stand outside of the men’s room.

Now, she says I liked to play with the dryer. But I know I’m a little OCD and _hated_ (and still hate) my hands staying a little wet after washing them. But whatever:

I’d always be “playing with the dryer” after the 3 minutes or so was up.

So she’d stop the next man about to go in or just came out and say, “Will you tell a little blond boy who is playing with the hand dryer to GET OUT NOW before his mother gets mad”.

She says they’d smirk a little, go in, do exactly that, and I’d come flying out.

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