Friday, January 18, 2013

It's Worplace Signs Friday.....



Blogger Jefferson's Guardian said...

I dunno, it appears to be a urinal to me -- maybe one with some sort of newfangled "windscreen".

Obviously, they've had problems with others having the same interpretation.

4:00 AM  
Blogger Anna Van Z said...

What is it with guys and their messy peeing?

2:10 PM  
Blogger Jefferson's Guardian said...

Have you ever held a working high-pressure fire hose, that has a nominal working pressure of 116 to 290 psi?

That's the reason. ;-)

Actually, I agree. I'm not sure of the reason. It probably relates to why men always leave the toilet-seat up.

10:00 AM  
Blogger Father Tyme said...

Yeah, Right. Why is it WE always have to put the seat down?
Can't "THEY" look before sitting!?! LOL!

1:49 PM  
Blogger Anna Van Z said...

Men and women should have separate bathrooms in the home - it's the only way. Seriously.

5:26 PM  
Blogger Jefferson's Guardian said...

FT, I wonder whether male pilots fail to lower the landing gear more often than female pilots?

Anna, separate...but equal?

9:25 AM  
Blogger Father Tyme said...

Ever used a relief tube?
Never had to put one down! LOL!

P.S. Never became a pilot but had a number of hours training with the Wright Brothers...or someone back then!

12:59 PM  
Blogger Anna Van Z said...

Separate, but not necessarily equal; facilities should be commensurate with the hygiene of its user.

For example, a man who can't quite hit the mark gets a half-bath with spartan decor. The woman gets a plush, spa-like bathroom.

1:15 PM  
Blogger Anna Van Z said...

I never used a relief tube, but once I peed in a giant paper cup in the backseat of a car at a rock concert.

It was either that or pee outside the car in front of 10,000 people who were also trying to exit the parking lot!

8:57 PM  
Blogger Father Tyme said...

I think most of us guys used paper cups, empty beer and pop cans and whatever was available to empty full bladders.

Ain't proud of it but when you gotta go...

Funny story flyboys and their crews tell about relief tubes. They get a rookie in there and tell him it's a communication device to the pilot then set up some fake call to be made and have him call. But the pilot never answers so he's told to put his mouth onto it and yell as loudly as he can. Never bought into it, but I know a lot who did!

10:46 PM  

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