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Tapping your foot in a bathroom stall

Tapping your foot in a bathroom stall

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Tonight, I see you and I are both working overtime, boyfriend. Although I respect your photoshop skills, I try to compensate with lesbian honesty. However, I have discovered the true reason for his wide stance, so come see me, say something, and make my big sister envious!
I know we’re having way too much fun with this, and I’ve even written my own take on it and been a self-promoted Buzzfeed publicity hog, but isn’t this the least sex scandal ever? This bad NOT GAY AND NEVER HAS BEEN man trying to get lucky AGAINST HIS WILL AND COMPLETELY BY ACCIDENTAL MISINTERPRETATION IN AN AIRPORT LAVATORY had more hot action than the loofa-falafel phone sex thingy. Larry Craig should be embarrassed not only for not upholding the standards set by George Michael, Hugh Grant, Boy George, Pee Wee Herman, and even fellow senator David Vitter, but also for not upholding the standards set by George Michael, Hugh Grant, Boy George, Pee Wee Herman, and even fellow senator David Vitter. So much commotion and not even a smidgeon of a mess. It’s just sad.
Sparkle, thank you very much!
While the filthy old goat is clearly dead, that doesn’t mean he can’t get his pound of flesh!
He should figure out who tipped off Roll Call (interesting option, no? ), collect dirt on him, and spill it all over the world.

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I had to quickly duck into a cavernous toilet on the second floor of Johnson Hall at the University of Washington in 2002. It hadn’t occurred to me at the time that I would be learning a bit about clandestine Gay life, but it just took two minutes to understand that this place was more than a toilet.
While reading the regular graffiti adorning the stall walls (which, like reading trashy grocery store gossip magazines, has always been a fascinating peek into the sleazier side of people’s lives), I heard a distinct out-of-place sound, a sort of shuffling, echoing from somewhere along the other side of the building. After hearing a door open and close, I saw a foot from the stall next to me slip into my stall and begin tapping.
I had no idea what was going on at first. People hooking up in public bathrooms was something I’d never heard of before. I tried to think of a reason why anyone would accidentally walk into another stall. Perhaps he was attempting to retrieve a $20 bill he had lost, or perhaps he had fallen asleep and was twitching as he fell from his perch. My thickness gave in when the foot wouldn’t go down, and I found it out.

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This is, to put it mildly, bizarre. As a native Minnesotan, I swear that the next time I visit my sister, I will tap my foot excessively in the bathroom and report back to the dis on the state of my liberty.
No way. If I ever go to Minnesota, I think I’ll keep my feet still…lol. I don’t want someone to get the wrong opinion about me. Is it either the right foot that indicates this, or both?=o I believe I’ve heard everything.
Good attempt to deflect attention from yet another Repug hypocrite. But there’s a lot more to it than just a guy tapping his foot. But first, let me give you a taste of the rest of the plot. The CNN story was based on a report from Roll Call.
From my vantage point, I could see Craig peering through the crack in the door. Craig would look down at his hands, fidget with his fingers, then peer back into my stall through the crack. According to the survey, Craig will repeat this loop for around two minutes.
Craig tapped his right foot at 1216 hours. This was a signal I recognized as being used by people who wanted to engage in lewd behavior. Craig tapped his toes a few times before bringing his foot closer to mine. Slowly, I raised and lowered my foot. The male in the stall to my right was still present while this was going on. I could hear some unidentified people in the bathroom who seemed to be using it for its intended purpose. Despite the presence of others, Craig shifted his right foot so that it brushed the side of my left foot, which was within my stall area, according to the article.

Tapping your foot in a bathroom stall 2020

I was reading a gay travel guide from 1980, and it reminded me that the mechanics of toilet pick-up have always eluded me. One of the guide’s standout features is that many of the bars and bathhouses mentioned also recommend cruising toilets. This seems to be potentially shady. What would you do if you didn’t know when it was safe to signal to someone? Do you not constantly run the risk of an embarrassing and potentially dangerous confrontation? Is the bathroom a place where you have sex or a meeting place? And, given that these places are so well-known that they appear in a travel guide, wouldn’t the cops have an easy time finding them?
If you can clarify how toilet cruising worked in a global sense, you’ll get bonus points. The guide mentions toilets in Syria and Kuwait after a clear alert about how dangerous cruising is in the Middle East, for example. Related listings can be found all over the world. Although cruising toilets as a tourist in the United States sounds dangerous, it seems that only those with a death wish will do so in the Middle East. However, I’m assuming there’s something I’m missing that makes it safer than Russian roulette.