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36 years old
Foot Loose and Doody Free. Respect Your Bowels.
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Thanksgiving leftovers, feeling cliche and loving it!

The only reason this toilet does not get five stars is because the floor was wet and it was not raining outside. This is not to imply that someone golden showered the stalls down because it did not smell foul at all. However, I do not appreciate wet floors unless they are accompanied by a bright yellow sign in the middle of the bathroom floor.

Mysterious wet floors aside, this bathroom is surprisingly spectacular. There are many bathrooms scattered across this outdoor outlet mall, but the independent bathroom outside of the Applebee's feels quite luxurious. These mall developers used their surplus income wisely. There are plenty of stalls to ensure minimal, if any wait time. Complete with Dyson Airblades, which in my opinion, are a close second to the Xlerator hand dryers, this bathroom remains clear of disgusting garbage cans overflowing with used paper towels. There are also baby changing tables in both women's and men's bathrooms that are well removed from the stalls, so you don't have to inhale the sweet aroma of baby diapers.

Best of all, if you need to wait for a friend to exit the bathroom, but don't feel like inhaling second-hand cigarette smoke either, there is a small indoor area where you can wait right outside the stalls.
DoodyFreeGirls Female, 36 years old.
Central Valley, New York
On December 9, 2013, 5:09 pm
What I Did in Here: #1

Max Brenner hot chocolate. Feeling nostalgic.

Worth the wait, this multi-stall public bathroom is surprisingly uber clean exuding a Grandma vibe complete with ugly fake flowers and plastic covered toilet seats. The toilet seat covers have clear directions on how to obtain a fresh new cover (simply wave your hand in front of the green wall). I am always pleased to find friendly janitors in public bathrooms, and this one had two! I'm also a huge fan of Xlerator hand dryers, full length mirrors and rape-free park bathrooms around the holidays.
DoodyFreeGirls Female, 36 years old.
New York, New York
On November 22, 2013, 10:03 pm
What I Did in Here: #1

More Japanese please.

Uniqlo is basically known as the Japanese Gap, but bigger and better. And no one knows bathroom etiquette like the Japanese. To get there, take the escalator straight up to the third floor and you will see the signs on the left. They have both multi-stall women's and men's bathrooms. The bathrooms are immaculate complete with a Japanese janitor mid-cleanup. There was no line and in fact, there was no one even in the bathroom at all except for the janitor who politely excused himself as I walked in. The toilets are completely stain free and each stall has a "touch less" garbage can for your dirties. The toilets even have two flush options as most Japanese toilets do, the larger button being for #2. I have never been in such an eco-friendly AND non-consumer friendly bathroom in NYC. So if you find yourself in Fifth Avenue shopping hell having to drop a major deuce, all while searching for HeatTech winter basics for the entire family, this is definitely your Ace.
DoodyFreeGirls Female, 36 years old.
Squatted At Uniqlo @ 666 5th Ave
New York, New York
On November 21, 2013, 7:57 am
What I Did in Here: picked my nose.