I never really realized just how dirty girls/women are or can be. I learned that lesson while working at the fast food joint. We had indoor bathrooms for men and women and of course when I first started to work there, they would give all the newbies the crappy jobs they didn’t want to do. Enter bathroom check. One of the gals told me to go check the bathrooms to make sure they were cleaned and stocked. I had no problems entering the women’s bathroom, obviously because I’m a girl. I look around and there are paper towels all over the floor because they must have been too lazy to take an extra step to place them in the garbage can. I guess it was just easier to crumple the paper towels and throw them or drop them on the floor. Next, I check the soap dispensers to make sure they were filled and I happened to notice globs of hair in the sink and around the sink. I thought, “Eww, gross!!!”, and turned on the water to wash it down. Well, all the hair just kind of intertwined and made a huge hair ball looking thing in the drain. I grabbed a paper towel and attempted to pull it out. Oh man, it looked like a soaking wet hamster! Disgusting!! I throw the hamster looking thing in the trash and head over to the stalls. Double eww!! Toilet paper on the floor around the toilet, I’m talking used toilet paper. Gag!! How do you miss the toilet?!?! I mean your hand is already half way in the bowl. How do you? Never mind. Anyway, as I start to sweep it up, holy crap!!! Are you serious?!?! Bloody maxi pads and tampons behind the toilet bowl and around the little waste basket specifically for feminine products. Barf!!! At least wrap them in toilet paper. I mean, sheesh!! Not to mention dirty diapers. Okay, that’s just nasty. I couldn’t take it. This was too much for my first day. Once I finished cleaning that crap hole I went back to the gal and asked her what next? She looked at me with a surprised look and said, “You finished already”? I said, “Yeah”. She said, “Both bathrooms”? Awe man, I still had to do the men’s bathroom. There I go, off to check. Standing in the little hall before you enter the bathroom, I was a little hesitant because I had never been in a men’s bathroom before. All these thoughts and images were swirling around in my head of what I thought I was going to encounter. I imagined it was going to be smelly, stinky and gross. At least five times worse than what I had encountered in the women’s bathroom. I knock on the door and say, “Anybody in here? Female employee about to enter”. No response. I take a deep breath, close my eyes and I slowly push the door open. Then I open my eyes and to my surprise, the bathroom was very clean. No paper towels on the floor, no hairy animals in the sink and obviously no bloody thingys anywhere. There wasn’t even any used toilet paper on the floor around the toilet bowl. What?!?!? I was even expecting there to be pee all over the floor and walls. (Too many movies, I guess) I could have swore that the men’s bathroom was going to be the grodiest thing I had ever seen. But, Nope!!! Quite the opposite. I can’t tell you how many times we’d get a complaint about the women’s bathroom. No matter how many times us employees would do a bathroom check. It was crazy! I give you guys props. Sorry for being so graphic. I just wanted to put you right there in that moment. Haha. Hope it wasn’t too much for you.