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Me and my buds at work always manage to get into the strangest conversations. Alot of the times, sex comes up. Typical for most of us. Well, we just recently got a new employee (our current secretary's daughter) and she's the same age as me and the other 2 technicians. Grimster and Nightrage to be specific. Well, so far we've discussed all manner of things. Usually at lunch, but not always. Well, somehow, one day she brings up the subject of mens units. She said that she hadn't really seen that many and wondered if men took a peak at each others while they were in public bathrooms. She's kinda niave to say the least.

So the debate begins. We try to explain to her, that when men use the public restrooms, we simply DO NOT look. I'm sure there are men out there who try and get an eyefull, but as a general rule , an unspoken rule, when two men are sharing a public facility, you don't say hi, you don't turn your head, you don't discuss men stuff while your taking a shit. Women socialize in the bathroom. Men go in, do there thing, and move on. The bathroom, to men, is a VOID, a place where you end up at various times during the day, and through out, where you releive certain bodily functions. It is not, however, a place where you talk to other men, acknowledge there exisitance, or most importantly, take a peek at his dick. I understand that part of being a women is a natural attraction to other women, and women tend to check each other out. MEN do NOT. No. We don't look, we don't peek. This is one of the sacred UNSPOKEN Rules.

Christopher Crowe
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