Toilet paper goes in the toilet,
not on the floor, kids.
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Yet, you’d think that people so concerned with appearances would care a bit more about what should be the most hygienic room on campus. Yes, I mean the bathroom.
Not to insult the janitorial staff (I don’t believe they’re the ones dirtying things up) but the Logan restrooms are on the verge of becoming entirely disgusting. Toilet paper wads littering the floors and clogging the sinks. Puddles of unidentified liquid at the base of the toilets. Similar, smaller puddles spotting the toilet seats. Graffiti and gang signs on the stalls. Ladies leaving sanitary products on the floor; gentlemen leaving sprinkles around the urinals. And, of course, the dreaded “treat” left behind in an un-flushed toilet.
What is the deal? I know sometimes the toilet flushes when I’m not quite prepared for it, but I do flush the leftover remnants. And when I’m in a rush I wash my hands in less than 30 seconds and run out without drying them. But I still consider that sort of clean. However, I do find it irritating to go into the bathroom and find a 5-person line, waiting, because there’s a floater that everyone finds so gross that they can’t fathom flushing the toilet.
How old are we here at Logan? Weren’t we already potty-trained? Do we not know how to flush a toilet, or wash our hands, or pee in the bowl and not on the seat?
Logan students seem to hate how dirty the campus is, and yet, we are the cause of our own problems here. We are why we are so unhappy. If students could only follow that simple, considerate proverb: “Flushing is Friendly”.