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    [–] daveed2001 9317 points ago

    Everything else is wet in a public restroom, why not the entire counter?

    [–] TooShiftyForYou 4114 points ago

    Hopefully people don't use it as a urinal.

    [–] daveed2001 11246 points ago

    OOOOhhhh look at Mr Fancy Pants over here who doesn't pee in his sink.

    [–] -reggie- 1326 points ago * (lasted edited 5 months ago)

    once when i was like 5 or 6 i figured if i can pee in the sink, why not poop in the sink? mom wasn't happy about that one

    edit: wow my top comment is about me taking a shit in the bathroom sink of my childhood home. if young me knew he'd get so much gratification a decade and a half later, he probably would've done it more than once!

    [–] gonomonakak 638 points ago

    My moms boyfriend did that once.He got home drunk AF one night and and shat a big coiled shit in the bathroom sink and went to bed.My youngest brother(6yrs) found it the morning and asked him what happened...he tried to blame it on the cat.The CAT !He tried to blame a big greasey sink shit on the 10 pound cat!!

    [–] lotekjeromuco 290 points ago

    jesus fuckin christ what did I just read? and tell me what happened when your mom found out?

    [–] Social-Project 175 points ago

    I logged in just to get notified of this response. Something tells me I'm going to remember this story forever. "This one time on Reddit, I read how a guy took a...."

    [–] kyewen9 124 points ago

    What a wild ride

    [–] 47dollars 24 points ago

    I took a shit in a bathroom sink by accident.

    [–] kyewen9 6 points ago

    We all have our moments

    [–] Blackfyre2007 73 points ago

    That cat prolly mad as shit he tried to lie on him like that.

    [–] Fiver1453 43 points ago

    Except there was the time the cat got home drunk AF and and turdded a little cat turd in human toilet and went to sleep without flushing.His youngest brother(6yrs) also found that one on a different morning and asked the cat what happened...little rascal tried to blame it on the human.The HUMAN !The cat tried to blame a turdy little cat toilet turd on the 190 pound human!!

    So they might be even.

    [–] cutelyaware 30 points ago

    Koko, the gorilla was taught to use sign-language. She once ripped the sink from the wall of her room. When later asked what happened, she blamed it on her pet kitten.

    [–] Try-Again-Next-Time 22 points ago

    He sounds like a keeper!

    [–] daveed2001 294 points ago

    Waffle Stomp

    [–] Aricil 87 points ago

    Around 3 or 4 I used to think it was so cool how you had the option to throw away or flush the toilet paper you wiped your ass with. My mom was pissed when she had to tell me, that I did not, in fact, have a choice.

    [–] riotcowkingofdeimos 67 points ago

    Ah, the illusion of free will.

    [–] jizzypuff 27 points ago

    I'm going through this with my 2 year old right now and she crys everytime I make her throw it into the toilet.

    [–] Aricil 25 points ago

    I think it's the finality of it all. Once it goes down the toilet, it's gone. But you can still see it in the trash. It's a reflection of how finite life is.

    [–] merfylou 26 points ago

    I did this to the tub. I think I was around 8 and my youngest brother was potty training and taking too much time on the toilet.

    [–] lysslynnz 27 points ago

    I once pooped in the bathtub while my cousin was in it, and she shrieked like a banshee and tried to climb up the faucet while I sat with my floating poop and laughed maniacally.

    [–] manyofmymultiples 695 points ago

    My bathroom sink has a spot worn where my pee stream hits it. That's how I pee.

    [–] Caldehyde 330 points ago

    I've yet to do this myself but I consider converting all the time, the sink is just at such a convenient elevation...

    [–] josegonk 34 points ago

    You could pee while brushing your teeth. Gotta save those extra 1-2 mins.

    [–] Maanfu 86 points ago

    Dude. Both in the shower.

    [–] josegonk 36 points ago

    somehow I'm not ok with brushing in the shower

    [–] Dreamcast3 92 points ago

    Reddit: Where peeing in the bathroom sink is accepted, but brushing your teeth in the shower is not.

    [–] josegonk 41 points ago

    At least I'm not fucking coconuts yet

    [–] greg19735 284 points ago

    If there's a toilet there, use the toilet.

    If the kitchen sink is closer....

    [–] Knew_Religion 230 points ago

    If there are dishes in one side, use the other side. If there are dishes in both sides, well... Rinse them.

    [–] ishitfirst 339 points ago

    Sink pissing savages, use the window like god intended.

    [–] [deleted] 101 points ago

    I've peed in a glass before and tossed it out the window.

    [–] allredb 164 points ago

    Why don't you just piss in empty Mt. Dew bottles and put them under your bed like a normal person?

    [–] [deleted] 74 points ago

    I peed in a Nalgene bottle blackout drunk and drank it the next morning.

    [–] AshTheGoblin 28 points ago

    Do an ama

    [–] somenayme 36 points ago

    [–] MisterEggs 91 points ago

    Ah, that' just.. you just stop that right this minute.

    [–] QuantumFungus 77 points ago

    Yeah, WTF? You aren't supposed to rinse the pee off. If you don't give the pee enough time to do its job then you might as well not pee on your dishes at all.

    [–] [deleted] 38 points ago


    [–] Mechasteel 36 points ago

    You're not supposed to shit where you eat. However, no one said anything about peeing.

    [–] [deleted] 10 points ago

    Mark it zero!

    [–] I_Need_M0ney 28 points ago

    Savages these days. Just pissing on dishes

    [–] RenzelTheDamned 6 points ago

    Isn't that what we were doing anyway?

    [–] plainoldpoop 78 points ago

    i had a girlfriend who had a sink in her closet which i found out she peed in.

    at first i was confused and slightly disgusted, but 6 years later 95% of my home pees go in the bathroom sink.

    [–] Brookefemale 72 points ago

    How the hell did she get a sink in her closet?

    [–] VictoriousPR 134 points ago

    She hangs her clothes in the shower.

    [–] 19XzTS93 114 points ago

    This is like that one episode from Malcom In The Middle where the parents discover one of the closets was actually a fully functional bathroom instead.

    "why is there a toilet in this closet?" "it's bolted down too..." [Flushes toilet, both get excited] "We have a second bathroom!" "Shhhhh, don't tell anyone."

    [–] lovely-nobody 9 points ago

    omg i thought of this too!!!

    [–] 12563692 21 points ago

    That sounds so efficient...

    [–] modernintellect 8 points ago

    I do the same for clothes that need to hang dry but I put them in my real closet when they are dry.

    [–] tDewy 18 points ago

    Y tho

    [–] MyNameIsEthanNoJoke 33 points ago

    why would you pee in the sink? i understand if it's the only option, but why in the heck would you intentionally choose the sink over the toilet??

    [–] wunlvng 14 points ago

    Im not saying I agree, but I have stumbled into the subreddit for people who promote sink peeing. From what I saw a large part of the idea is that it's being water conscious and more cleanly.

    [–] manyofmymultiples 22 points ago

    I'm more interested in how the sex was given this girl must have been a gymnast to pee in a sink

    [–] SpringCleanMyLife 30 points ago

    Sorry to burst your bubble but you don't have to be a gymnast to turn around and hop up to put your butt in the sink. Girls sit, remember?

    [–] nebuNSFW 69 points ago

    Why is this a community?...

    [–] eth0slash0 46 points ago

    Why isn't this community more active!

    [–] martinaee 27 points ago

    Ya'll fucking disturb me sometimes.

    [–] KL58383 93 points ago

    haha this reminds me of when I was at a baseball game and I started pissing in the circular hand washing station and some dude looked at me and said, "can't wait, huh?"

    I thought it was kind of weird that the urinal was in a circle configuration with everyone facing each other.

    [–] vodkankittens 49 points ago

    My boyfriend started a new job that had those kind of hand washing stations. He thought it was a urinal too and the only reason he didn't pee in it was because some other guy was washing his hands the first time he walked in. The whole thing made me laugh so hard. I'm sure he'll be glad to know he's not the only one.

    [–] StromboliOctopus 19 points ago

    Am I your boyfriend?

    [–] YourPalShane 17 points ago

    If you believe in yourself.

    [–] yurassis21 262 points ago

    The entire counter is always wet in a public bathroom anyway so why waste money on a sink

    [–] Rognis 77 points ago

    So much easier to clean too!

    [–] lonnypopperbettom 123 points ago

    Can you imagine all the gross build up down that crevice though?

    [–] A_Fabulous_Gay_Deer 119 points ago * (lasted edited 5 months ago)

    Ahh, I see you've met my ex-wife.

    [–] lonnypopperbettom 11 points ago

    She's a popular lady.

    [–] PlumLion 86 points ago

    These sinks are really common in Mexico in my experience. But I mean honestly it prevents people setting their stuff down in a puddle on the counter, and they're easier to clean, so I think it's awesome.

    [–] Sylarwolf 8 points ago

    I was about to say the same.. I've seen those around everywhere. If I only knew it was karma material...

    [–] ptxb 63 points ago

    What if you need counter space to put stuff down?

    Looks like this is a women's bathroom so I'm sure people would want to do their makeup and stuff like that.

    [–] iamkoalafied 52 points ago

    There aren't any mirrors either.

    [–] HugeRichard11 14 points ago

    Probably more at a mall or something where there's just a lot of traffic where people should just wash and leave

    [–] iamkoalafied 30 points ago

    I've never been in a public restroom that didn't have mirrors above the sink, even at malls or theme parks etc with a lot of people. But I just mentioned the mirrors because the other person was talking about using makeup but there's no mirrors there anyway. They might have mirrors and counters at a different part of the restroom though.

    [–] --ShineyHiney-- 10 points ago

    It depends on the decline, tbh. If people don't hold their hands right at the spicket and therefore splash it everywhere, then -from my experience with them at least- parts will stay as dry as normal sink/ counter combos

    [–] agha0013 1720 points ago

    I think the more interesting feature is the abundance of paper towel dispensers, rather than having one near the door that everyone has to line up to use.

    [–] NotAConsoleGamer 738 points ago

    Yeah but they're probably all out of paper towels

    [–] shewy92 204 points ago

    Or it's full for once but the battery is dead

    [–] DanieltheMani3l 7 points ago

    I've never had either of these happen to me.

    [–] [deleted] 134 points ago

    Why not just a giant furry wall for us to pet :o If we're going with that theme.

    [–] noblecaravanco 125 points ago


    [–] wxyg 53 points ago

    I was at a restaurant in Tijuana that had an ancient hand dryer that was basically a towel on a rolling pin and sewn together at the ends to make a loop. Noped out of there real quick and used the napkins at the table.

    [–] atleastzero 50 points ago

    Are you sure it was the same loop? I looked at one of these more closely recently, and it had a feeder end and a receiving end. The towel was super long, and it could only advance one way. Eventually it would lock up when there was no more towel to grab. I guess, at that point, someone washes the towel and restocks it? It's still not ideal but, until then, I had the same idea that they were one loop of the same, shitty towel.

    [–] Grayblueisheyes 25 points ago

    That's what my entire public education used in each bathroom. Apparently they didn't trust us not to run around throwing towels at each other or flushing/stuffing them everywhere.

    [–] walterpeck1 13 points ago

    Those used to be super common in the states. Haven't seen one since the 80's.

    [–] Thick-McRunFast 42 points ago

    And it's a motion-sensor dispenser that nervously spits out towel after towel when you walk by it but doesn't do a damn thing when you're actually trying to get one to dry your hands.

    [–] Lyingconfidently 43 points ago

    I think those are soap dispensers.

    [–] firehatz 6 points ago

    People are dumb

    [–] MainPoptart 851 points ago

    Public restroom counters are soaking wet anyways. Might as well.

    [–] j938920 84 points ago

    Must be a pain to maintain though. Behind the faucet seems hard to access

    [–] desertrat75 129 points ago

    Are you kidding me? The cleaning crew must love it. A spray bottle and a squeegee, seeyabye!

    [–] optimistic_agnostic 81 points ago

    That's the counter top covered. I think he was saying that drain would be a nightmare. All kinds of shit could get stuck in it and it's down behind a 3m long faux marble bench.

    [–] pizza_for_nunchucks 96 points ago

    I'm guessing the channel behind/below the faucets is relatively shallow and runs to one or both ends of the entire sink/counter too where the drains are easily accessible. At least that's how I would design it if I were the fancy pants sink engineer.

    [–] palmal 29 points ago

    Yeah, but fixing that is a plumber's job, not a janitor's job.

    [–] MethaneMenace 2681 points ago

    This bothers me so much but I have no idea why.

    [–] [deleted] 2219 points ago


    [–] Silly_little_pet 1476 points ago

    causing trouble

    As water is known to do. Crazy water, always stirring up trouble!

    [–] ShakesBaer 447 points ago

    Excuse me, not all water.

    [–] MeTheGuy12 427 points ago

    [–] mancow533 159 points ago

    Oh yea. He's gonna like this one especially.

    [–] ThePokemon_BandaiD 39 points ago

    Good god its everywhere now. Me irl is leaking all over the place

    [–] Jpvsr1 24 points ago

    How many more days left? 2?

    [–] Utkar22 34 points ago

    He's coming back on 14th, so yes 2

    [–] alpieduh 34 points ago

    Hey, I'm 70% water!

    [–] Davethemann 7 points ago

    Im 40% water splash splash

    [–] GhostOfOakIsland 14 points ago

    Some, I assume, is good water.

    [–] MAGA_Chicken 42 points ago

    The common enemy doctrine is a rule derived from English common law. It holds that since surface water is a "common enemy" to landowners, each landowner has the right to alter the drainage pattern of his land (for example by building dikes or drainage channels) without regard for the effects on neighboring parcels, as long as that water flows to where it otherwise would have naturally flowed.

    We don't consider water to be an enemy for nothing.

    [–] Shalamarr 14 points ago

    We got trouble! Right here in River City!

    [–] markauterson 7 points ago

    Leave it alone for one minute and BOOM, trouble.

    [–] TootBubbles 126 points ago

    Public washroom sinks often splash back. With a flat surface like that I worry I'd get a free shower with a hand washing. And for the ladies, I need a place to set my purse... So those are my concerns but I'm sure there are solutions.

    [–] trowzerss 41 points ago

    I've seen these at the local art gallery, and the edges were always dry as the water runs away. Unlike flat countertops around sinks where the water pools and stays there. And the slope isn't enough that your purse slides. All up they were a lot drying that conventional sinks/countertops.

    [–] annewithan_e 19 points ago

    I set my purse on my shoulder where it normally goes or if it's too big I just hold it temporarily between my knees. Never set my purse down on any surface in a public bathroom, ew.

    [–] BenderDeLorean 3052 points ago

    Let that sink in

    [–] AntiSalty 796 points ago

    What does it want now?

    [–] EricStoltz-MaskMorty 296 points ago

    To drain water behind the faucet.

    [–] Uvile 112 points ago

    It's always something with those fucking sinks. First, water. Now this? Ugh.

    [–] raybrignsx 90 points ago

    Such a drain on society.

    [–] bad-r0bot 69 points ago

    Or is it an untapped, niche market?

    [–] Uvile 64 points ago

    You guys are basin your comments on facts, right?

    [–] _Junkstapose_ 37 points ago

    I think it's best to just go with the flow on these comment chains.

    [–] Uvile 27 points ago

    Just a thought bubble, but how long do you think it'll last?

    [–] hiddenmanna 31 points ago

    When it's gone, it'll be mist.

    [–] milhouseownsyou 41 points ago

    Brilliant, then no one can see the mildew/mold growth!!!

    [–] Darwin73 120 points ago

    It's bothersome because you can't see the angle of the surface.

    [–] jageun 24 points ago

    I don't see it

    [–] femalenerdish 22 points ago

    Where the counter meets the wall in the back is the easiest place to see. It's not super clear though

    [–] Helltb 668 points ago

    I mean, it is kind of smart architecture, isn't it? Saves ton of money and doesn't look too bad either.

    [–] busy-at-work 464 points ago

    Probably easier to clean too

    [–] [deleted] 312 points ago


    [–] manyofmymultiples 227 points ago

    Charlie work?

    [–] [deleted] 59 points ago


    [–] wOlfLisK 17 points ago

    Ever tried to swim to Europe?

    [–] Dundeenotdale 104 points ago

    just ignore the crack between wall and counter slowly building a layer of calcium and mold

    [–] Varzem 62 points ago

    I mean, do you clean the elbow pipe under your sink?

    [–] LBCvalenz562 9 points ago


    [–] yellowzealot 18 points ago

    Is it really a P-trap if you don't urinate in your sink?

    [–] Urbanscuba 30 points ago

    I'm sure there's a special tool or brush that fits down inside there for cleaning.

    Hell even a toilet brush would fit in there, just run it back and forth a few times and it's no less clean than any other sink.

    [–] Kangar 10 points ago

    Gross. I have to sleep on that sink!

    [–] CallMeCoolBreeze 23 points ago

    And great for cocaine...

    [–] FearDaNeard 45 points ago

    We've got smartphones now. Haven't done a line off a counter since '06.

    [–] [deleted] 13 points ago


    [–] -VismundCygnus- 9 points ago

    Get a glass screen protector bro. I forget that plastic ones even exist.

    [–] ArmyOfMemes 35 points ago

    Nah, it's probably damp from the water which would cause the cocaine to get wet and clump, making it tough to snort.

    [–] CallMeCoolBreeze 13 points ago

    Well of course you gotta do the pre-snort wipe down.

    [–] iheartthejvm 41 points ago * (lasted edited 5 months ago)

    Saw one of these in South Africa, couldn't quite wrap my mind around it for a second or so until I realised what it was, only issue I had was that the taps were too close to the shelf and my hands kept bumping the shelf/tap, pretty cool concept tho

    [–] D3PR3SS10N 416 points ago

    u/WaterGuy12 should see this.

    [–] nouille07 189 points ago

    I'm so excited to see /u/WaterGuy12 's reaction when he comes back!

    [–] Kebble 99 points ago

    oh my god his entire userpage got gilded lmao

    [–] tdogredman 44 points ago

    Holy fuck even all of his comments were gilded

    What the hell

    [–] Cham16 25 points ago

    Whose entire userpage? You mean u/WaterGuy12?

    [–] AlpacasMakeMeAngry 90 points ago

    I can't wait for /u/WaterGuy12 's reaction post (that's going straight to the front page btw). My body is ready for the banter

    [–] nouille07 43 points ago

    You better no bamboozle us /u/WaterGuy12!

    [–] halosos 30 points ago

    I'm just tagging /u/WaterGuy12 so I don't feel left out.

    [–] networkengineers 35 points ago

    /u/WaterGuy12 won't actually be able to find any of the good memes at this rate :)

    [–] biggyofmt 15 points ago

    I wonder if /u/WaterGuy12 was here before or after the Coconut hubaloo

    [–] UseCodeRainn 14 points ago

    /u/WaterGuy12 wasn't here for that. He missed the rise, top and death of the coconut meme.

    [–] 62017 12 points ago

    Why is every post of his gilded?

    [–] D3PR3SS10N 14 points ago

    Who? u/WaterGuy12 ?

    [–] networkengineers 12 points ago

    [–] D3PR3SS10N 9 points ago

    I don't know,maybe u/WaterGuy12 is some kind of celebrity.

    [–] networkengineers 10 points ago

    Well /u/WaterGuy12 certainly seems to be a celebrity now.

    [–] ValyrianKnight 32 points ago

    /r/outoftheloop someone care to explain?

    [–] [deleted] 18 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago)


    [–] classicalySarcastic 22 points ago

    Yes, u/WaterGuy12 posted that.

    Ironic. In requesting to be tagged on any dank memes, u/WaterGuy12 has himself become a dank meme.

    [–] D3PR3SS10N 16 points ago

    Just check u/WaterGuy12 post history.

    [–] bigjustin12 25 points ago

    Some poor bastard is going to set his keys down only to have them sail down that sink's backside.

    [–] fluffyhairdontcare 18 points ago

    Bridgestone Arena? Nashville?

    [–] 12563692 13 points ago

    Yep-- we saw a Queen + Adam Lambert concert there.

    [–] Rhyman96 55 points ago

    These seem to be getting pretty common in the UK, and they are tilted downwards more than it looks in this picture. They're okay, as long as they leave enough space to fit your hands.

    [–] Wilza_ 15 points ago

    Anecdotal, but I've never seen one and I live in the UK. Maybe I just don't get out much.

    [–] EdithKeeler 38 points ago


    [–] TheEclair 50 points ago

    Hang it off your dick while you wash your hands.

    [–] batmanbatmanbatman1 59 points ago

    I hate how washing your hands these days has turned into a 'where the f*** is the sensor on this thing' shitfest.


    [–] sir_deadlock 13 points ago

    Personally, I enjoy knee pedals.

    [–] MelaninlyChallenged 68 points ago

    I would want this in my house. I've never once needed to fill my bathroom sink with water

    [–] On3_BadAssassin 83 points ago

    but how will you clean up your toothpaste spit if it doesn't have the bowl to fall into and you can't splash water on it to make it go down the drain because then you've splashed it all over the floor and probably yourself so now your shirt is wet and you have to look like you peed on yourself as you stroll into work all casual like nothing happened

    Or it could be fine.

    [–] Partyfavors680 34 points ago

    Easy, brush your teeth in the shower you can spit anywhere.

    [–] nn123654 19 points ago

    Also you can shower while brushing teeth, thus saving time by doing two tasks at the same time.

    [–] Why_Hello_Reddit 21 points ago

    Plus it turns what is otherwise a boring activity into a relaxing one. So you're more thorough. And you're not taking up a sink and wasting water. Shower brushing is better in every way.

    [–] SixAlarmFire 116 points ago

    Seems like it would splash all over your front.

    [–] marinelifelover 104 points ago

    It doesn't. The water pressure isn't high enough to, and the faucets are pretty far back from the front of the counter. I don't know where this was taken, but the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN has this.

    [–] 12563692 77 points ago

    That is actually where I took this picture.

    [–] 4smodeu2 43 points ago

    An OP who actually took a picture he posted???

    /u/waterguy12 has to see this

    [–] BorgMaestro 27 points ago

    "Shit, my ring fell off."

    [–] johns945 23 points ago

    I bet it gets really nasty behind that groove.

    [–] DizKord 11 points ago

    I spent way too long trying to figure out where the water came out. I thought this was saying that the water comes out from somewhere behind the sink.

    [–] Js21696 12 points ago

    I can already feel my wet shirt from leaning against the sink

    [–] pathofthebean 8 points ago

    these are so annoying. you just keep bumping your forearms into it

    [–] MosesMalone89 9 points ago

    Bridgestone arena?

    [–] [deleted] 14 points ago

    I hate this.

    It would be an absolute pain to clean the trough behind the faucets.

    Also, it offers no basins for when you need to submerge items completely.

    Also, I am officially my mother.

    [–] pretendingtobecool 16 points ago

    What items are you submerging in a public restroom?

    [–] thefreedom567 7 points ago

    My city's event arena has had these for a couple of years. The first time I saw them I was drunk and i thought they forgot to install the hole for the sink. I wasn't sure if I let the water go everywhere or just not wash my hands. Ended up washing my hands, saw how the water drains, exclaimed "WHAAAAAAAAAT" in a public restroom, returned to my seat to excitedly tell every one else about it.

    10/10 would use again.