Graffiti doesn’t belong in restrooms

Frances Perkins

Many people may have the assumption that all women’s restrooms are graffiti-free and that only guys like to write on public surfaces.

It may be hard to believe, but there are women who also get excitement from writing on the restroom stalls.

It’s pretty pathetic that college women think that it’s “cool” to write childish literature while they take care of business in the restroom.

Can somebody let me know where there is a restroom on campus which contains a stall with no graffiti?

If you feel the need to pull out a pen or marker and write your personal feelings on a stall, you seriously need to buy yourself a diary.

I’m sure that there are plenty of women out there reading this and remembering all those times they’ve knelt down to write a sentimental note on a waist basket, which contains soiled tampons!

Seriously, who’s face needs to be that close to a waist basket? We do not want to spend our time that we are on the toilet reading how heartbroken you are.

A restroom is where you go for one particular reason and that is to use it, but no, some women just have not grown out of their phase.

Many seem to believe that it is fun to draw lopsided hearts with initials in them on restroom doors, because behind the closed door nobody can see them.

Grow up.

I think I can speak for the majority of the women and say that we don’t care what drama you are dealing with personally, and I’m pretty sure that I’m not the only one who’s tired of staring at your “cool” catch phrases or sayings.

All who participate in this pathetic past-time, please do us all a favor and keep a diary so that you can vent out on the pages and not in the college’s restrooms.