As a former retail worker, I proudly promote this strip.
Bonus points? I work in a town where old people, drunks, and immigrants unfamiliar with the concept of flushable toilet paper outnumber the alternatives.
Not only do they get it on the ceiling, but they sometimes get it on the walls and ceiling OUTSIDE of the bathroom.
We had reason to believe they may be drunken old immigrant ninjas.
maybe humans did evolve from monkeys.
Not directly from monkeys, but from the same ancestor.
Well, humans ARE members of the family of great apes. We’re basically hairless apes.
All public restrooms are made of explodium
Ah, thank you for confirming that. I had my suspicions but wasn’t sure.
Work a job that includes cleaning public restrooms. Those suspicions will not only be confirmed but you will gain an urge to kill customers.
Did I mention that my name is Mike? I wish I could get away with half the stuff that the Mike in this strip does. My boss just cares too much about customer satisfaction and won’t let me use crowbars to ensure positive feedback.
Happened to my brother 5 times in the past year.
;-; If only this weren’t true. Working in a pet store, we find all manner of gross in the restrooms…let alone the animal cages…and that’s just the stuff left by the humans.
As a janitor right now, I’m horrified with what I had to put through with one messy toilet seat. Mind you, that’s just one!
Why is this happening in the men’s toilet. Scientific research has proven that men leave more piss all over the place and WOMEN, shit all over the place. Not to mention….. tampons. Trust me, I’ve been to women’s toilets. They’re closer to my classroom.
It’s happening in the mens bathroom because this is based on the times when this happened at the store in which I worked, when it was in the mens bathroom.
Both genders will do all that… except for the tampons, obviously.
Trust me, I have heard horror stories from both sides of this. I think we can safely say that in fact, many humans of both sexes are completely disgusting.
I just thank whatever God there may be (who doesn’t appear to have raptured away a bunch of people today after all) that the times my job included cleaning bathrooms involved places where people are generally on better behavior (“Gosh, I’d better not piss on the floor during Gramma’s viewing” or “I’d better not make a mess or I might be the one who has to clean it up”).
That said, I’ve walked into stalls where the word “exploded” came to mind, and a friend who once worked in a public library used the phrase “beached at both ends” to describe a memento of a visit by a homeless guy.
HA! At least you could SEE the toilet! The last time I had to clean a fecal explosion the toilet, wall, ceiling, and floor were no longer visible…
I’ve always wondered how the person who did it managed to escape without anyone noticing. I mean, surely it gets on their clothes?
And, while we’re on the subject, is it really so hard to flush the goddamn toilet when you’re done?!
Flying poop Ninjas!
So its just me that notices Ethan’s eyebrows are escaping in that last panel?
Seriously? Just me?
Nope, not just you. I’m surprised more people haven’t pointed this out.
I think the guy who did that was vacationing from Chicago.
Walkerton would have a field day with that
No, whats bad is when you find the toilet (restroom) copletely covered in shit, with the mans clothing (shoes, socks, drawers, the works) covered in shit and piled in middle of the floor.
Two things went through my mind, first being “I don’t get paid enough for this”, second being “how did i miss this guy leaving?”
I swear that the first thing I thought about when I saw was that Ninja Rick sometimes is in the ceiling, so take your own conclusions
I want to give myself a public pat-on-the-back for reading through both the comic and this entire discussion *while eating.*
Now if you excuse me, I’m going to go throw up. Don’t worry, I’ll use my own bathroom.
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