In article <1521@imagine.PAWL.RPI.EDU> William_Johnsonats.firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
I never did understand why it was supposed to be MEN that were responsible for the keeping of the toilet seat! Some women consistently complain (note the SOME) when men leave the seat up, and also complain when men don't put the seat up to begin with. Now I find the second disgusting, no one wants to sit on a wet toilet seat. But if the last person in the bathroom was female, the men are expected to lift the seat.
OK, I didn't post this last time it came around, but here is the sign I have in my bathroom.
As an historical note, I left a military sub-contractor (which is why the notice is cast in Milspeak) and lived for 3 weeks with a friend of the female persuasion, who constantly got on my case to keep the seat down. I vowed revenge when I got my own apartment, so
The Water Closet Site Administrator (WCSITADMIN) for this commode equipment unit has elected a Most Recently Used (MRU) protocol with regard to the seat placement for the equipments at this site.
All users are requested to make determination as to their gender and intended use before attempting to use these equipments. Users should then determine the desired seat placement, based on this information, and chart 1, attached. Having made this determination, users should compare the actual seat placement, as determined by direct observation, with the desired seat placement determined above, and take the appropriate action, based on chart 2, attached.
It should be noted that the MRU protocol confers the following advantages vice the more commonly attempted INTHAMITH protocol:
Comments should be addressed to the WCSITADMIN.