Call it "sleeping with the enemy" if you will. They pay me.
On a visit to the ablutions I discovered this sign on the back of the main door to the dunny (it's only a one-holer)
For the life of me I cannot understand why this sign is on the door, or in the room at all. The room is smallish with two fluorescent lights. Everytime you turn the light on it sucks power, if you turn it on and leave it on it runs on the leaked power, so to speak, which keeps those gasses in the tube nice and busy which generates light. (Simplistic, but pretty accurate description, my father explained to me a long time ago how fluoros worked, I asked.) I wish some electrician would tell them of this folly. That's why you use a fluoro in an area where you need lights on for a long period of time, say the kitchen, and incandescents (good luck finding them!), in a room where the light will only be on briefly (like the toilet).
Ok, so dealing with that sign which made me want to shout at someone and shake them and have an electrician explain how un-green-and-save-the-planet-like switching the fluoros off and on all the time (or should that be on and off? oh, who gives a rat's?) is, I entered the single cubicle and shut the door, and saw this doozie.
What? It's a toilet. You get skiddies in the toilet. Sheesh. What are these people, perfect arseholes?
The funniest thing about this sign was the day I went into the dunny and someone hadn't flushed. Yeah. Don't, whatever you do, leave skiddies in the bowl.... but hey, if you pee it's OK not to flush.
Aside from that, the building has terrible acoustics. OK for an opera house or a theatre, but if you pee in the toilet on the first floor everyone in the foyer at reception can hear you. If you have a quiet conversation in your office, everyone in the offices on your side of the building can hear you. It's a pretty building, and new for the campus. But the designer/architect really needs to rethink acoustics.
Off to work!