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Small cup of coffee and very happy

First off, if you want to use this bathroom you have to buy something and get the code or become very good at hustling tourists for their receipt. This bathroom is very nice, almost like the Trump Plaza even though I have never been there, but I hear good things. This bathroom is pretty clean and has a good amount of toilet paper. It also is comfortable toilet paper, not that half a ply toilet paper that wreaks havoc on your bum. It is very spacey, so if you need to stretch your legs out or even do some Pilates to get the juices flowing you have all the room in the world. And if you do decide to do pilates make sure you wash your hands, which is very easy to do in this bathroom because it is well stocked. My biggest problem with this bathroom is it is a single. This is great for you if you're shy, but because it is a single, and is the only bathroom in the store, you have to deal with the line forming outside. As you are pushing the stew you ate the night prior out of your system, you have to face the reality that people are waiting on the other side of the door, judging you. But if you are cool with that then go to town and build a feces castle.
PoopyDoopy Female, 51 years old.
New York, New York
On January 31, 2014, 9:03 am
What I Did in Here: Urinated

Omelet

Everything at IHOP is wide: the aisles; the booths; the plates. I thought it was an admirable effort on their part for their wheelchair bound customers until I looked around at their patrons. Yes, we were all wide too. I guess that's what you can expect from a place that has 1000 calorie entrees. So it was no surprise to find a nice wide bathroom with nice wide stalls. There were three but one was out of service on my visit. The color scheme was white and IHOP blue so it wasn't bad to look at. The bathroom was relatively clean but the water was a bit cold when I washed my hands but the blast of the hand dryer took the chill off and rendered me slightly temporarily deaf. Otherwise it was ok.
tabbcee Female, 51 years old.
Ozone Park, New York
On December 6, 2013, 6:20 pm
What I Did in Here: Made water

breakfast

I had no idea why we needed a Home Depot near Jamaica Avenue. The area is heavily populated with renters, although they admittedly live in houses. I always think you do better at Home Depot if you actually have a home but thats just me. Whether we needed the Home Depot is debatable. What we did need in the Jamaica area is a nice, large, comfy bathroom that is well kept. Most people go to the crumb bum McDonalds around the corner and wait on line which is funny because this one has 6 large stalls and is always clean. Of course it should be considering all the cleaning products sold in Home Depot. It even has hot water, soap and TP, something that's kind of a rarity in the Jamaica area. The Home Depot is my pick for the best bathroom in Jamaica, hands, or rather bottoms down.
tabbcee Female, 51 years old.
Jamaica, New York
On December 6, 2013, 3:34 pm
What I Did in Here: peed

This coffee is gonna need to exit soon

This toilet was clean and well stocked. Kudos to Target. However I must pen a friendly note to the woman in the bathroom stall next to me at Target: Thank you for sharing that symphony of sounds and smells! I, thankfully, had no idea until now that the intestines could hold so much... or expel it all so forcefully. It must have taken a while to dry off from the minor tsunami it sounded like you were inciting over there.

You may want to consult with an exorcist because I think it is entirely possible that your bowels are possessed by the devil. If that is not the case, then perhaps a consultation with a registered dietician is in order, because what happened in that bathroom today was just WRONG. What you did should be a felony. Please don't ever let it happen again.

Good luck with all that,
The reluctant woman in the stall next to you
Toilet Connoisseur Female, 51 years old.
Elmhurst, New York
On December 5, 2013, 11:49 pm
What I Did in Here: Peed

The location if this whole

The location if this whole foods makes its a great go to spot. This is the bathroom I usually hit when I am about to hang out in lower central park because I can grab food j can trick myself into thinking is healthy and use the facilities too. In addition, the Time Warner Center has WiFi which is A nice addition. The bathroom is adequate although given the location they would have gotten kudos a slightly larger one. Everything worked and I got to avoid the quickest of the bathroom actually located in the park so it got an extra store from precisely that.
tabbcee Female, 51 years old.
New York, New York
On November 24, 2013, 3:32 am
What I Did in Here: pee and bought lunch

They call this a comfort

They call this a comfort station. I don't know about how comfortable it is but since it was Calvert bad idea to per in Whole Foods the weekend before thanksgiving and Max Brenner, the sadist, thinks it's cute to offer chocolate based cocktails to women and only provide 2 stalls, I had to hit the so-called comfort station. It wasn't as select as I thought it would be considering that the holiday market was in Union Square and it wasn't bad on amenities. It us a parks department bathroom but being on the upper side of that, I am gonna be generous.
tabbcee Female, 51 years old.
New York, New York
On November 24, 2013, 3:18 am
What I Did in Here: bladder relief

No restaurant that sells this

No restaurant that sells this much chocolate should only have a ladies room with two stalls. I stood outside the bathroom chatting with two tourists while we watched men walk in and out of the men's room. Finally, one of the tourists said, "cover me, I'm going in, so we did. Meanwhile the rest of my party decided to adjourn to Whole Foods next door and so I thought it best to skip the wait. I did peek in the bathroom though and it was clean enough for a bathroom that had a steady line at its two stalls but come on Max, two freaking stalls? When laying customers are roaming around Union Square with bursting bladders I can't give rate you higher than a one star.
tabbcee Female, 51 years old.
New York, New York
On November 24, 2013, 3:10 am
What I Did in Here: ran screaming to whole foods

I think there are two

I think there are two bathrooms in Macy's in Green Acres but as long as I have been going to this mall I have never found the second one. I always hit the third floor powder room through the women's clothing section. This building btw is so old that it was built when that was where bathrooms were helpfully located. Again, the buildings old so although the bathroom is clean more or less, a renovation would be nice. Otherwise this bathroom is nothing to brag about. But it's here and that's the important thing.
tabbcee Female, 51 years old.
Valley Stream, New York
On November 23, 2013, 7:55 am
What I Did in Here: #1

I love Wal-Mart like a puppy.

I love Wal-Mart like a puppy. The Wal-Mart in Green Acres is the closet to the Queens Long Island border. So although technically we don't have a Wal-Mart in NYC, we Queens folk have claimed this one. Recently made a Super Wal-Mart (for u city folk who don't know what that means that a supermarket combined into the store instead of a food section) the store is a bloc long and about half a city block wide. Don't go there with other people unless your cell phone is fully charged up because if u turn a corner u r guaranteed to lose em. The bathroom is located in the front of the store. I recommend u do a trip to the bathroom before u start shopping. Line up the whole family kindergarten style and send them in one by one the last thing u wanna be is all the way in the back of the store with your 3 year old holding their private parts. Before the remodel, there used to be a family bathroom but I didn't see one the day I went. One more thing to note: this is the Wal-Mart where someone was trampled to death on black Friday so let's be careful out there!!!
tabbcee Female, 51 years old.
Valley Stream, New York
On November 23, 2013, 7:48 am
What I Did in Here: scope it out

Green Acres Mall has a

Green Acres Mall has a curious identity although technically located on Long Island in Valley Stream, because it is right on the border it gets a lot of traffic from people from Brooklyn and Queens. The mall stalls are located on the second floor through the food court. Unlike newer malls, Green Acres thoughtfully doesn't just rely on its mall stalls. Each of the four anchor stores plus Old Navy all have their own facilities. That means you can pretty much pee all over the mall with no waiting. The bathroom which as redone a couple of years ago is nice, roomy and usually well kept. The only negative thing I could say about it is that the doors of both the men's room and the ladies room are so close together that I tend to walk in the men's room every time but hey that may be just the pervert in me.
tabbcee Female, 51 years old.
Valley Stream, New York
On November 23, 2013, 7:31 am
What I Did in Here: Peed

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