Crayon Marks Scribbled Across My Brain..

crayon-banner   Since Saturdays have a pretty low viewership I thought I would start a new top level category of posts primarily for this day of the week. That way a few less of you will come to realize what a loony I am. 🙂  I am cataloging these posts  as Crayon Marks  as most of these thoughts seem to be like crayon marks scribbled across my brain.  They come and quickly go if I don’t write them down. I already have a bunch of ideas written down.

I don’t quite know their origins, maybe they are Freudian in nature or maybe something I learned from Maslow or Berne. I certainly studied them a lot in my earlier years. Who knows but here is my off-the-wall Saturday post to start us out for this new year.
Sometimes my brain works in mysterious ways, no, actually most times it works in mysterious ways. 🙂

This  will be an interesting journey for me here at RJsCorner.  It is a path I haven’t done here very much with up until now. It’s time has come…

I was just reading an article about how the Republicans in the North Carolina State Congress tried to strip away almost all power of the governor before a dreaded Democrat takes the helm. Remembering the transgender bathroom issues in that State I thought “here they go again”. They seem to do whatever they can to stifle the opposition and anyone who is not a staunch conservative is the opposition and considered an enemy combatant.  But I’m getting off topic here….

The transgender issue then got me to thinking about my idea that we should change all public restrooms to uni-sex and that would eliminate that particular fear, whatever it is, amongst my Southern friends.

That then got me thinking about my wife’s comments about how so many women’s public restrooms totally filthy. It seems that many women just won’t sit down on the toilet seat. Instead they simply crouch over the toilet to pee and as a result it goes all over the floor, the seat and all the walls.

2016-12-31_10-06-52.pngThat then got me to thinking that women’s plumbing just isn’t the same as men’s who use urinals for number 1 business.

That then got me to thinking that maybe female urinals would be a good thing. If we have uni-sex bathrooms I don’t want to have to face the messy toilets that women cause. Maybe we could make some slight modifications to urinals to make them a little deeper at the bottom so that women can stand over them to do their business. The ones to the left here might work out pretty good?

It seems like a simple fix to me but I haven’t brought my idea to the attention any of the female gender yet so I don’t know how they might feel about using urinals?

I guess I didn’t tell you about how I see connection wherever I look. But thinking at a higher level this is kind of like my idea of reconfiguring the States in the country to get rid of unequal representation, its time has probably not come yet… but I still think its a good idea.

6 thoughts on “Crayon Marks Scribbled Across My Brain..

      • That’s why you guys need to wipe the seat! At this point I’m honestly not sure I even have the ability to pee standing up or that I could ever get used to peeing in such close proximity/visibility to other people. I have trouble peeing in the forest even when I really have to because my body just refuses to do it.

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  • Well Kira, how about if we put some walls around the urinal? BTW, most men lift the seat up before we go…

    Thanks for having some fun on the snow filled day…Come back with your young perspective again..

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  • I think maybe you need to take your wife to some higher class places 🙂 I can’t honestly say I have ever heard of women standing up to go and making such a mess. Some bathrooms are better than others of course, but sheesh…… I guess I don’t get out much!

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    • I don’t know Jane.. I have only been in a women’s restroom once (made the wrong turn) so I can only take what she tells me. 🙂 but then again I might have exaggerated it a little bit…

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