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Needing The Toilet At Work...


Masons

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Ok, so I can always clamber into the back of my van to pee in a bottle. But how often do you have to leave a job or area of work to go for number 2's...

 

Also, it's annoying too because their are only 3 differnt places I like to go. The facilities in Mollisons, Tosco, Suinsburys and any petrol station are all naff.

I do know a window cleaner who takes a bucket and some loo roll round on his work for just in case... but I don't think I could do that unless death wasn't an option...

 

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Personally I don't like taking dumps anywhere apart from my own throne..

 

But every morning without fail, after my smoke and coffee I'll go..

 

99% of my work is within 1-2 miles from home so IF that ever happened I'd make it home..

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Oh yes Kate the turtles reared its little head again. Seriously though not had that problem yet but have keys to mums and missus mum with me and always within 1-2 miles of either my house or one of theirs luckily.

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It's disgraceful urinating or defecating on a customers property, full stop.

How unprofessional.

If you caught someone doing it on your property what would you do? I know my reaction would be a bad one.

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I think we should discuss!

 

 

I mean what you do if no one is in?

Do you pee in garden?

Is this even ok when they are not in!?

 

 

I never do that, all its takes is for one person to start talking about you/your business and how they caught you Pee in there garden and thats a hole lot of potential work down the drain. I pee in a bottle in the back of the van I tell the lads to do the same.

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I would like to input on the crunch issues:

 

Having a crunch anywere but your own throne as gmiester said, is mans number one priority. However,

 

Worse comes to worse, keep a newspaper in the van, and squat it out!

 

But that is worse case scenario, MC DONALDS, clean facilities, plus once youve evacuated you can top back up with a drink and snack,

 

Smurfs story last week was by far the funniest thing ive read on here!

 

Perfect example of why NOT to take a crunch in a customers house

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It's disgraceful urinating or defecating on a customers property, full stop.

How unprofessional.

If you caught someone doing it on your property what would you do? I know my reaction would be a bad one.

Very true

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Disposable man pants from now on for me... :Image16:

 

Just call me rustle from now on folks :Image13:

 

 

 

 

I would like to input on the crunch issues:

 

Having a crunch anywere but your own throne as gmiester said, is mans number one priority. However,

 

Worse comes to worse, keep a newspaper in the van, and squat it out!

 

But that is worse case scenario, MC DONALDS, clean facilities, plus once youve evacuated you can top back up with a drink and snack,

 

Smurfs story last week was by far the funniest thing ive read on here!

 

Perfect example of why NOT to take a crunch in a customers house

 

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