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social_poopy

I am so sick of the automatic bathroom crap. I have not encountered one single well designed automatic sink. I once went into an empty rest stop in the middle of nowhere and the toilet was flushing over and over again, like a never ending twilight zone loop.


candiedsausage

Yeah, definitely not something creepy in the middle of nowhere


roseifyoudidntknow

They never flush when I use them. It's really embarrassing when they don't have a manual button and the bathroom is full.


social_poopy

So I was in the military at one point in time, and towards the end of my service, I had made it to the point in rank where I no longer had to clean the facilities myself, just make sure the younger guys were cleaning what needed to be cleaned. One time....... I walked into the men's room while everyone was cleaning, and I hear a tremendous amount of chaos happening in a stall. I look, and there's two privates, one with a mop, and the other with a toilet plunger. Water was everywhere. The private with the plunger would plunge as fast as he could before the automatic toilet would flush and overflow. As soon as it started to overflow, the other private would mop as fast as he could, slinging toilet water absolutely everywhere. They were both in full on panic mode the whole time. It was one of the funniest things I had ever seen. I watched them for about 5 minutes before I told the guy with the mop to just put his hand over the sensor. Then the guy plunger it and the madness ended. But damn. Never will forget.


Anmordi

Who the fuck though this was a good idea


Htimsxnhoj

Some sensors have proximity settings. It can be set to detect objects from up close or a bit far. Looks like they didn't test the sensor.


AnonymouseIs4Ever

It's probably a legal requirement to have x number of sinks for # of people or square footage or something. The bylaw doesn't stipulate the actual usefulness. They're paying off the cost of the sinks etc with water savings, I suppose.


Ok_Lunch_5313

U must be at wal mart


eusma

are you sure you will live with us in 2022 ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚


[deleted]

Maybe try not sticking your wrist under the faucet lol I feel like there's a middle ground here


[deleted]

Found the guy who doesn't know how to wash his hands properly.


FloopaFloppa

H A N D S A N I T I S E R


pixelkyokokirigiri

this is exactly why i hate automatic sinks


squirrel_anashangaa

CDC says 20 seconds to wash hands not .20 seconds. Shows the nasty Phukers didnโ€™t even wash their hands after installing them.


[deleted]

8 out of 10 public washrooms I go to have this exact problem


TheFlyingRedFox

Truly the worse type of automation is this plus toilets as well "slightly moves" &&&& flushes with water hitting hand while wiping... Still even the lever action sinks are a pain in the arse, the ones you need to either press a button or knee a large button to turn on only for it to malfunction 90% of the time an causes you to start kicking the absolute shit out of it just to work for ten seconds so you gotta do it all over again... (I have anger management issues with sinks).


[deleted]

Ugh I hate it when they put faucets on the urinals


billyphobic

*every sink ever built


hadidotj

Oh, and let me guess, it is about 2.3mm from the sink edge, so you constantly "touch" the counter/sink too!


theliving-meme

I genuinely donโ€™t understand why faucet heads are father over the sink. My hand will be hitting the band edge of the sink the whole time even the the bowl is plenty big


ieatbabies420

The faucets at every AMC theater I've ever been to are like this.


graydog_97

Sloan ones at Walmart always make me mad lol


BlessedHUE

The janitor needs a job bro