It’s All About the Necessities

One night I ventured out into the suburbs to meet up with some friends.  Unfortunately, as a city dweller I am without a car of my own and my primary mode of transportation is the bus.  On my way home, as I sat on the bumpy bus, I realized that I was not going to make it through the 30 minute bus ride without stopping to use the bathroom.  I had no choice but to hop off in the middle of nowhere, and run around hoping I could find a store or restaurant that was open with a public bathroom that I could use.  Luckily, just a block away I came across a Subway with the lights still on.  Of course, after bolting in I was told that the restroom was only for customers and was forced to buy a bag of chips.  I have to say, though, that was the best $1.50 I have ever spent.

Apparently I am not the only one who has ended up in a situation like this before.  Otherwise, I doubt any business would choose to use this as a marketing tactic:

Bathroom to use

(They must be in some kind of hot spot for people who have to use the bathroom…)

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