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Last edited at 12:42PM on 7/25/2011
Genuine mistake? No problem. The only person likely to be embarrassed is herself.
On the other hand, given the inequality of men's and women's facilities at busy functions, I once saw one of the men's toilets taken over by a couple of women who mounted guard on the door and kept the men out while their friends made use of it.
The difference is that men will line up side-by-side -- like a row of crows sitting on a fence -- while woman require privacy. That's what causes the apparent inequality.
Something that women don't know about urinals is that, because of our superior plumbing, we men get to draw pictures on the wall as we pee. There's a very precise formula in urinal design so that guys with a weaker stream can reach the back wall and join in the fun.
Many's the time I've seen a guy draw a picture of a Spitfire or a Messerschmitt on the urinal wall, only to have ack-ack fire from the piddlers on either side send it streaming to the trough.
depends. if it's a school you could get in trouble. at work you could get a reprimand. where I work we have 20 ladies and one guy so we all share both bathrooms but this isn't true everywhere. I've only done it once at a gas station when I was about to burst and my dad was guarding the door outside
I think in a pinch it's okay but otherwise let the guys pee without a woman present. men's room are usually nasty anyhow. when I was a waitress I used to have to help clean them after closing. gross! also going into a men's room with men in it could lead to some very uncomfortable confrontations
if you're just wanting to do it so you can see men's penis's then it's very wrong and makes you a social perv