Post # 1
I’ll admit, it totally freaks me out (in public, at home I could care less). When I’m doing my business at work, I don’t want to have a conversation. There’s nothing more awkward than “dropping the kids off at the pool” while your neighbor in the next stall over is shootin’ the shit (lol). If I walk into the bathroom with someone and we’re having a conversation, our discussion stops the second the doors are closed behind us but some women apparently like to chat on the can.
I just had a conversation about my weekend plans with a colleague who I hardly know. My answers were all very short and to the point in an effort to make her aware of the fact that I was uncomfortable but noooo, she just kept chattin’ away. What makes it even worse is her conversation wasn’t over by the time she finished so she waited for me outside of my stall so we could conclude our discussion. I hadn’t finished my business but I had to hurry up because chickadee obviously wasn’t going to leave without me.
Seriously people, save the chit chat for the water cooler. I don’t want to have a conversation when I’m on the toilet. It’s weird.
Are you a toilet talker? Or do you find it weird like I do?
Post # 3
I don’t like to or want to… but if one of my friends keep talking I feel like it’d be even more awkward not to reply :S
Post # 4
I physically cannot pee and talk at the same time, but I have friends that like to talk through the stalls (which freaks me out), so I usually wait until they flush to go.
Post # 5
No, no, no. I hate when people try to chat through the stalls. I also hate when people are talking on their cell phones in the restroom. Um, did the person on the other end of the conversation just hear me flush?
Post # 6
I prefer not to if possible, but occasionally my BFF SIL and I will continue a conversation if we’re in there at the same time.
Post # 7
I don’t mind chatting with Darling Husband when we’re at home. But at work, toilet-talking is a definite no-no in my book.
Post # 8
No, I’m not a toilet talker. I find it rather annoying. Sometimes you just have to answer those pesky co-workers, though, lol. I would never initiate a conversation under those circumstances, it’s kinda weird, imo.
Post # 9
The only people I will talk to in the bathroom via phone or outside the door are my Darling Husband and my mom haha. No one else. And even then I’ll usually call someone back if I am on my throne. Hello awkward!
Post # 10
Sort of, and it goes for home or in public. I’ll chat if I’m peeing, but if I have to poo, I don’t care for convo.
Post # 11
I need it to be quiet…so I can concentrate…. haha
Post # 12
Only a talker if it’s with someone I’m close with – friends/family – sure! Co-workers/acquaintances – not so much And even then, usually just for a continued convo…
Post # 13
lol! I definitely prefer not to talk in public washrooms, but if I’m at home I’ll holler out to my husband.
Post # 14
I said ‘ew’ but I am also known to continue my convo in the loo. God I love the word loo! My fiance keeps the bathroom door WIDE open and gets mad if I don’t continue the conversation. I usually end up screaming SHUT THE DAMN DOOR.
Post # 15
I was once told that when you smell something, the gasses that come from that substance are hitting your nose. I don’t open my mouth in the restroom because i don’t want poo gas partcles on my tongue. Lol
Post # 16
Not a talker, but how many of you take your smartphones in the bathroom? Not to talk or answer, but maybe to continue a game of cribbage or words with friends if it is going to be a “lengthy stay.”