The first stall that you come upon is the cleanest. This is for two reasons. People assume that most humans are lazy and would take the first stall, therefore using the back stall thinking it is used less. Shame is also a factor. Adults, like children still feel the need to hide their bowel movements from others. Taking the back stall eliminates the number of other bathroom patrons that could cross your path.
No, depending on the type [housefly, horsefly, etc.] As far as I know the housefly is the dirtiest insect.
Pigs are the cleanest farm animals, although they may seem very dirty and smelly they actually like to keep very clean.
mucking out a stall is cleaning the stall, when you clean the stall your horse is less likely to get diseases. mucking out the stall means to get dirty but if you don't care about getting dirty than this is the job for you.
A stall keeps animals in a barn.
standard size is 36" wide. Find out more about why size matters and which way stall doors should swing (in or out) on my blog post in the related links!
Because they might want to attract some attention. But mostly because they made need to pee (which they can do either in restroom/stall or in public) or poop.
There is no set size for a public restroom. The size depends on the architecture of the building and its occupancy.
Public Restroom - 2009 was released on: USA: 10 June 2009 (DVD premiere)
No they are not.
By tapping your show and foot next to the persons shoe in the stall closest to your restroom booth.
If it isn't an employee restroom and they do if they use the business' service.I don't understand this answer .... Yes? Or No?
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Essentials - 2013 Surviving the Public Restroom 1-1 was released on: USA: 19 April 2013
A restroom is a room in a workplace or public building with multiple toilets and wash basins for public use.