The use and abuse of Disabled Toilets

#1
If there are queues for the toilets and a disabled toilet is vacant should you use it?
If the toilets are upstairs and the disabled toilet is downstairs and vacant should you use it?
If you are out and after one too many you fancy a quick knee trembler with the other half and the disabled toilet is vacant should you use it?
If you fancy watching yourself in a full length mirror while having a shite and the disabled toilet is vacant should you use it?

Are disabled toilets a spacious ablution convenience and playground of the able bodied or should they only be used by those they are intended for?
 

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#2
Disabled toilets are like disabled parking spaces, they are only there because the site owners have to put them in place by law.

Everyone knows disabled people don't actually exist, like fairies, aliens and the Lib Dems.
 

Command_doh

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#3
I always use them, especially at airports. You can keep all your baggage with you and in sight.

Come to think of it, can't say I've seen a single occasion when a person with mobility issues or special requirements has come out of a disabled toilet.
 
#4
If there are queues for the toilets and a disabled toilet is vacant should you use it?
If the toilets are upstairs and the disabled toilet is downstairs and vacant should you use it?
If you are out and after one too many you fancy a quick knee trembler with the other half and the disabled toilet is vacant should you use it?
If you fancy watching yourself in a full length mirror while having a shite and the disabled toilet is vacant should you use it?

Are disabled toilets a spacious ablution convenience and playground of the able bodied or should they only be used by those they are intended for?
Yes
Yes
Yes
Freak but if that is what floats your boat then Yes

Nope.

If we have to queue for the bog then why not them as well?
 
#5
all yes, as far as I'm concerned.
plus, if you use the raspberry ripple toilets in McDonalds, you get a proper sink to wash your hands in, not one of those stupid three-in-one grey things that hang on the wall
 
#6
Disabled toilets are like disabled parking spaces, they are only there because the site owners have to put them in place by law.

Everyone knows disabled people don't actually exist, like fairies, aliens and the Lib Dems.
Ahem Lib Dems don't exist...? You wish!

Was in a pub cum restaurant the other day and our table was near to a disabled persons' toilet, throughout the meal able-bodied people were using it until the waiter caught one attempting to and remonstrated with her, after that most people used the normal toilets which were upstairs.

I have been known to use them when the queue to the Ladies is massive, mind you on occasions of over-indulgence and queues I have used the Gents aswell. I like the look of surprise as men look over their shoulders to see a woman heading to the cubicle on a mission.
 

jarrod248

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#7
Ahem Lib Dems don't exist...? You wish!

Was in a pub cum restaurant the other day and our table was near to a disabled persons' toilet, throughout the meal able-bodied people were using it until the waiter caught one attempting to and remonstrated with her, after that most people used the normal toilets which were upstairs.

I have been known to use them when the queue to the Ladies is massive, mind you on occasions of over-indulgence and queues I have used the Gents aswell. I like the look of surprise as men look over their shoulders to see a woman heading to the cubicle on a mission.
No they looked surprised due to you looking like Gollum, you don't really look like a woman at all. They were probably frightened to fucking death.
 
#8
I like to steal the toilet roll from disabled toilets. The thought of the tricep bursting effort it must take to manoeuvre oneself from wheelchair to toilet seat, only to find that there is no bogroll, fills me with that warm fuzzy feeling. Like when I soil myself whilst thrapping.
 
#9
I always use them, especially at airports. You can keep all your baggage with you and in sight.

Come to think of it, can't say I've seen a single occasion when a person with mobility issues or special requirements has come out of a disabled toilet.
That's because disabled toilets cure them, and then eat their wheelchairs with a big "nom nom nom" noise. They are full of holy water, and the toilet paper is a print off of every "good luck" chain mail ever sent. It works....send this to 20 spastics dying for a poo.
 
#10
They should do a test on those things.
The same test that I'd like to do on the used tampon bin in the toilets of the Jeremy Kyle show, the good old "multiple lick test", like a cat having a drink of water.
 
#11
Disabled toilets are like disabled parking spaces, they are only there because the site owners have to put them in place by law.

Everyone knows disabled people don't actually exist, like fairies, aliens and the Lib Dems.
Most have colostomy bags and don't need to take a piss or shit anyway. But I do think it's bad form to use the disabled parking spaces. That's why I always use the Parent with child parking spaces. Does the kid good to walk, even if it can only crawl, it's good exercise.
 
#12
If there are queues for the toilets and a disabled toilet is vacant should you use it?
If the toilets are upstairs and the disabled toilet is downstairs and vacant should you use it?
If you are out and after one too many you fancy a quick knee trembler with the other half and the disabled toilet is vacant should you use it?
If you fancy watching yourself in a full length mirror while having a shite and the disabled toilet is vacant should you use it?

Are disabled toilets a spacious ablution convenience and playground of the able bodied or should they only be used by those they are intended for?
Yes. If you don't, you deserve to swamp yourself.
Yes. Why walk upstairs when there is a convenient toilet already on your floor? Unless of course you are a tubby and need to lose a few pounds, the exercise will do you good.
Yes, definately. The spacko-loo in one of the pubs (forget the name, it's changed since then anyway) in Cardiff was used to great effect by myself and my ex other half back in 1998 during half time of the Wales v. England rugby match.
Yes, again. Nothing beats watching your own gurning face as you curl out a crippler.

They are an emergency toilet for the able bodied and quick of mind. Only cretins cue up.
 
#13
Most have colostomy bags and don't need to take a piss or shit anyway. But I do think it's bad form to use the disabled parking spaces. That's why I always use the Parent with child parking spaces. Does the kid good to walk, even if it can only crawl, it's good exercise.
Not when you've got twins and the buggers can't walk yet.
But as that only happens to Mrs.Miner when she pops to Tesco's, I'm with you.
 
#14
Not when you've got twins and the buggers can't walk yet.
But as that only happens to Mrs.Miner when she pops to Tesco's, I'm with you.
I think that I sort of owe you an apology. When I first read your previous post, I thought you had been fucking your second Welsh Scrum Half.

Quote:The spacko-loo in one of the pubs (forget the name, it's changed since then anyway) in Cardiff was used to great effect by myself and my ex other half back in 1998 during half time of the Wales v. England rugby match.

Amazing how a missing comma can make one think that you had been partaking of a bit of frantic uphill gardening. :)
 
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Kirkz

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#15
If there are queues for the toilets and a disabled toilet is vacant should you use it?
If the toilets are upstairs and the disabled toilet is downstairs and vacant should you use it?
If you are out and after one too many you fancy a quick knee trembler with the other half and the disabled toilet is vacant should you use it?
If you fancy watching yourself in a full length mirror while having a shite and the disabled toilet is vacant should you use it?

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I've slept in the things in the past :) Then again I've woken up in a skip more then once as well :roll:
 
#16
They're handy for getting changed in, especially at airports. I've got a really bad back anyway, ouch!
 
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Boozy

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#17
If you are out and after one too many you fancy a quick knee trembler with the other half and the disabled toilet is vacant should you use it?
Yes you should... but only if your OH/bit of stuff you pick up in the bar is a looker...beer goggles can lead to embarassment...like this poor man exposed by the bouncers to the whole pub when they unlocked the disabled bogs and found this horrific sight...

After having this on top of him I'm guessing he may genuinely need to use the disabled bogs in future:winkrazz:
 

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#19
Raspberry bogs are great because they're the only cubicles big enough to read a broadsheet paper in while you're curling one down. Gets my vote every time. Also handy for a lie down on nights when there's nowhere else available.
 
#20
Odd that I am 'disabled' but would never use the disabled toilets ... I hate the very idea of them.


Mind, I didn't know fat chicks were lurking in there ready to jump on your todger ... I might reconsider!
 

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