Skip to comments.Vancouver restaurant bans men from peeing standing up
Posted on 10/12/2011 12:12:53 PM PDT by jakerobins
A Vancouver restaurant has come up with an interesting solution to the men-cant-aim problem: Ban men from peeing standing up.
Recently, my wife and I had brunch at the Edible Canada bistro on Granville Island. When I went to use the facilities, I was surprised to see just one unisex bathroom with about six private stalls and a communal sink area
Even more surprising, though, was the sign above the toilet, showing a stick man tinkling into a toilet with a line through it. Yes, Edible Canada has banned men from peeing standing up
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The obvious response is to pee on the sign.
I can show them what a “miss” looks like...
If I went in there and saw that, my pee would be everywhere but the toilet.
Their mistake was having a communal sink.
Sounds like this guy lets the wifey call the shots on where they go out to eat by choosing where the granola crunchers can discuss hot topics like “buying/eating local”, etc. He should feel right at home squatting to pee.
If he wants to find out whether he has been overruled, he should choose a steak place for the next meal out. Her answer will let him know whether he squats or not...
Was there a sign over the sink?
Could be a jobs program: the Pee-Pee Police.
I can’t imagine Donald S. Cherry paying any attention to such a sign.
Really, do you expect that anyone other than a sitzpinkler would eat at a place called “Edible Canada?”
In case anyone is interested, I found a couple of the menus for the place.
Looks like your basic upscale/fine dining menu with all the standards. Probably a nice meal, but not enough to make me obey some stupid rule about sitting down to pee.
I gotta admit, though, the french fries cooked in duck fat with bacon aioli dipping sauce sounds really good...
This would be one of those times where I know my B Vitamin regimen would come in extra handy.
And for skimping on type and number of signs...
That was my question, I would just pee in the sink, but then I am a crude redneck who doesn’t know any better.
You can bet on one thing I am not squatting to pee.
Google the top ten Canadians.
People will just get confused an poop on their shoes.
How do they enforce this?
....and just who is gonna monitor that rule?...........and what........