Where is the restroom?

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Where is the restroom?

the appropriate way of asking for the toilet in a public place. Bob: 'Scuse me. Waiter: Yes, sir. Bob: Where is the restroom? Waiter: To your left, sir. Mary: Where is the restroom, please? Clerk: Behind the elevators, ma'am.
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According to the Ministry of the Interior and Safety, the amended law on the management of public restrooms will be in effect from January 1.
The Enid and Oklahoma city offices and multiple portable restroom yards located throughout Oklahoma will become part of Cambium Building and Construction Services.
Restricting access to single-user restrooms by gender defies common sense and disproportionately burdens the LGBT community, women, and parents or caretakers of dependents of the opposite gender," said Democratic assembly member Phil Ting of San Francisco, who authored the bill.
When you're on the road for a while, you begin to think about strange things, and restrooms began to come to mind more and more often.
It's also much better for anatomical men who dress and act as females since they no longer have to choose between derision or even beatings while trying to use a men's room, or engaging in what many female restroom users consider a serious invasion of their privacy," says Banzhaf.
Bergeron said some transgender students toward the end of last school year faced difficulties when trying to use a single-user, gender- inclusive restroom in the Student Recreation Center.
MANILA -- Senator Miriam Defensor- Santiago has filed a bill mandating all major establishments and government offices to provide a baby diaper-changing table or station in its restrooms or in a common area accessible to both women and men.
A clean, well-designed restroom will implant a subliminal message in the customer's mind the store is well kept, and therefore, the product is fresh and clean.
One-quarter said that office restrooms weren't as clean as the restrooms in their homes.
Also, more than one third selected touch-free restroom products.
In general, "filthy" restroom conditions were cited as their offspring's complaints by 14% of parents.
I vividly remember the last time I used a public restroom alone.
The researcher hypothesized that samples taken from washed hands would yield fewer types of bacteria, and that more than fifty percent of the persons observed using this public restroom would use hand sanitizer if it was provided.
Do you ever exit a public restroom without washing your hands?
On the day his room was changed from the first to the second floor, no one had thought to tell him where the new restroom was.