If Only They Reached the Floor

No, I’m not talking about a skirt or a formal gown. And my legs are unfortunately a decent amount shorter than my upper body and I’m all of 5′ 3″ with a short heel, so needing longer pants is not my issue. What I wish for seems relatively simple and, as I’ve thought a bit about it, it’s probably not that much more expensive than what’s the current industry standard.
I’m talking about bathroom stall doors and walls. Why can’t they go all the way to the floor? I can understand not necessarily reaching the ceiling. (if you were in one of those trendy restaurants with the factory warehouse height ceilings … it’d be insane how much material you’d need ot reach the top!) But just the simple extension of the doors another foot and a half to the floor would, I think, make a vast difference.
Imagine the sound that might stay trapped in your own private area? Imagine if it was impossible to quickly look and identify who’s in which stall based on their “dead-giveaway” shoes? Imagine how much shorter your bathroom trip would be if you’re one of those “stage-fright pee-ers” who needs privacy for the simplest of bathroom visits? Oh, the wonderous joy it’d bring to every day… particularly at work where unfortunately you know EVERYONE and don’t really want to know all about their bathrooming.

About The Momster

The Momster is the mother of three little boys, living in North Carolina. A former bike racer, she currently works stupidly long hours in advertising and marketing, runs stupidly long distances for the sake of sanity and has made it her life mission to find Patience.
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