If you gotta go, you'll go. People who feels disgusted about going in right after someone did a #2 need to grow up and understand it's natural.
I work a 12 hour shift. so yes, almost every day.
If I work an overtime shift, I go twice.
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When I leave home for work, I return 7 or 8 days later, so you do the math on that.
If I'm working for someone who is obsessive about timekeeping and have the choice between taking a dump at home and getting to work late, or getting to work on time only to take a dump moments after being clearly seen to be At Work then I'll go for the latter any day.
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I do every day. In fact, it's pretty rare that I do No. 2 at home. I usually feel the urge around 9-10 in the morning, at which time I'm usually at work. I typically don't do it twice a day.
Same as at home.
Oh wait...I work at home.
I've also walked into the men's room to discover that 3 of the 4 stalls were occupied, so I went up to the 3rd floor instead.
Sometimes I don't have a choice in the matter- when I have to go I have to go.
Now I work in an old building- on our floor there are 17 guys and a single potty. Sometimes I don't get to go when I need to. There seem to be a few people on the floor, who I haven't discovered yet, that will spend long times in there when they go. I end up going fast because I don't want to be "that guy".
My previous company was in a 15 story office building with one stall per floor. Sometimes I would have to go to the floor below or 2 floors below in order to find an empty stall.
I always feel bad when I am changing into or out of cycling clothes in a stall at work and someone shows up to poop in the other stall.
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Obviously pooping is a popular subject, who knew!
I try and use the unisex one stall bathroom with a lock when I absolutely have to go, I usually try and go before or after work though if I can help it. Our bathroom (women's) usually has a biohazard sign on one of the stall doors at least once or twice a week.
One day I ended up in the basement in a facility that obviously hadn't been used in a while, as pulling the chain to flush resulted in a wave of murky brown water coming out of the cistern. I didn't bother to look to see if everything had flushed, I just wanted to get out of there. I didn't wash my hands until I got back up to a bathroom where the water was clear.