Ask Amy: Catfishing expedition doesn’t hold water
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Dear Amy: I’m responding to your provocative letter from “Got to Go in L.A.,” who asked the timeless question: In a gender nonspecific bathroom, how should a user leave the toilet seat?
Down, Amy, always down. At home or out, if there is a lid on the toilet, put it down before you leave. Many public toilets don’t have lids, but if not, the seat itself should always be down.
Thank you for giving your readers the opportunity to weigh in on the right way to do things!
– Down Danny
Dear Down: Hundreds of responses. Hundreds of “right” answers with plausible justifications – for both up and down.
I agree with you about the lid. That way, the “next” user, no matter the gender, has to “do something” in order to use the toilet.
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