“On a bright morning of Wednesday around 10:30 am, I was planning to read some papers when my stomach started growling uncontrollably…
I thought to myself, what have I eaten wrong yesterday???? can’t think of any but this bowel movement had gotten worse.
I got up and ran to the toilet, burst open the door, only to find out the aunty is still cleaning our toilet cubicles. (I’m forever grateful for them for keeping our area clean and sparkly btw.)
I smiled to her then hurriedly close the door. Then eyed the handicap toilet to see whether it is vacant but unfortunately not.
I was like nevermind. Got lots of other toilets. Then, went down to another female level. Tapped the key fob but it went beep beep beep…. it’s not workinggggg.
I found out for the first time that your key fob works only for your own level toilet. Their handicap toilet was also occupied.. (this doesn’t require key fob btw) and I was sweating profusely by then… then ran up to the level above mine.
I noticed that it was a male level but was so relieved to find out that their handicap toilet beside is still available. I quickly went in and released my burdens…. wasn’t thinking of anything and was quite content as the deed came to an end.
Washed my hands and came out just to see the cleaning uncle and he was like ‘ya know this is a male toilet’.
Then I told him my level still cleaning in progress and this is the handicap toilet but he insisted on telling me that the handicap toilet is a male toilet TT.
I didn’t know handicap toilets not unisex. Now I felt guilty for using it……
Maybe next time, in my own bed if I cannot hold anymore.”