A rather well-to-do and well dressed lady came in shortly after I’d tied Maggie up and gone into the ladies to de-paint myself.
She asked if ‘that lovely dog waiting so patiently outside’ was mine.
Maggie is fast becoming known as being well behaved, and people remember her name even when they can’t recall ours. This is actually normal for us!
I didn’t recognise her, and judging from her attire and the fact she was carrying a briefcase, I don’t think she was a berth holder.
As the woman closed a cubicle door behind her, we continued chatting whilst I scrubbed my hands and she went about her personal business. There were some interesting noises coming from behind her door and I thought ‘There was someone confident in themselves and things that come naturally’.
It took me back to my International Banking days and one of the sweetest girls who worked in the office.
She was truly lovely in her naivety, and very popular.
However, she was extremely shy and easily embarrassed about any bodily function to such an extent that she would never use the loo if someone else was in there!
I’ve always found it difficult to ‘go’ in a field, which is why it became a standing joke about me needing a flush loo to perform.
I find it both amusing and fascinating that us women are so ‘reserved’ about our toilette habits whereas men just don’t seem at all bothered.
Mind you, with their directional plumbing, they don’t have the problem of lifting skirts, dropping tights and knickers and trying to keep their balance as they squat!
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