There are certain areas that you must share with people that they know more, less, or not at all. Toilets are such a space. In good toalettsed included the swabs away their bajsränder with toalettborsten after themselves when done with their needs.
in Spite of this, it happens at least once per week that someone has left a trace behind when I go to the toilet. This is something I've come across, regardless of if I worked in the commercial, restaurant or office environment. It is just as frequent on the damtoaletter as in the restrooms where all are welcome. The problem seems to be universal and not restricted to gender or age.
if there are bigger things and problems to worry about than if the person had done their needs before swept clean of their tracks or not. But we can all agree that it is much nicer to step into a toilet without having to clean up after someone else first.
I am not very religious, but this is a great opportunity to remind you of the golden rule (here in a customized version): So you want your people to leave the toilet after themselves should also you leave the restroom at your next.
on the floor that I work on and I definitely do not want to point the finger at someone, it is really not the purpose of this chronicle. Rather, it has brought a silent question in me: how can adult people – who believe themselves to be fully capable to yngla of themselves, participate in democratic elections, and decide how they want to place their pension – not do a simple thing like taking responsibility for their own shit?
If an adult man is not even able to do this, is it any wonder that the world looks the way it does? I would estimate that it takes approximately five seconds to pick up toalettborsten, scrub clean and flush. The five seconds. Is it too much to ask that you spend five seconds to make it a little nicer for the person that comes after a?
Emma Arpstrand is a presenter for the DN:s webbtvprogram ”Mysteriejakten with Clas and Emma”. She does not claim that her shit does not stink, but she sweeps in all cases. Read also her chronicle of the hunt for vital medicine .