I used a disabled toilet earlier today, not to prove some sort of point or because I'm a convention defier, but because there was someone cleaning the gent's.
I feel a lot better for that, actually. A palpable weight has been lifted.
Ok, only a couple of points I feel need to be raised here.
One, is it frowned upon to utilise a baby changer to store your jacket?
Because if it is, then strike two against me!
And secondly, has anyone else ever come across a 2 person hand-dryer?
I think the manufacturer of this thing thought they were making games consoles, because I can think of no other valid reason this exists. Especially as this is, remember, in a single person disabled toilet.
You might think it's for whoever's assisting the disabled individual, but everything else in the cubicle seems designed to ensure no second party is needed, whether for wiping or emotional support.
Could it be for mother (or father) and baby? I don't think so, a baby's hands aren't big enough to warrant a whole half of a hand dryer, surely?
So, a rather perplexing situation presents itself... Answers on a postcard, please.
Oh, and 2 flushes out of 5, in case you were wondering...