What I want to know is, why does the flu poster in the men’s room have a healthy, attractive man in daytime clothes on it (and few words), while the one in the women’s room has a frumpy woman in her bathrobe and fuzzy slippers, with curlers in her hair, and holding a roll of toilet tissue to her face (and a whole lot of text)?
Just for full disclosure, we work in a small office. The bathrooms are “single” users, and there are more women in our office than men (though the addition of a couple guys to our floor in different programs evens it out a bit). People will frequently use “the other” bathroom if their preferred is in use.
I found all the Maine CDC flu posters and put the one of the guy holding the urinal in the men’s bathroom… even though there is no urinal in there.
I’m not sure I’ll keep this up, but I started with project 365, take at least a photo a day. I don’t think I’ll be able to blog once a day, that’s for sure.
Anyhow, so far:
Jan 1, the lichen dye extraction experiment began,