There are unanswerable questions.
I generally use the washroom close to my office, but today I used the washroom on the production floor. It is a large room bathroom with lockers and closets, etc.
When I closed the stall door I faced this well-meaning instruction:
I pondered this for a while.
What is too much paper towel? Is that more than one sheet? Or is just the right amount to get my hands dry? Should I take just a little and then go back for more? Is there an international standard? Is it based upon hand size? Or how far up my arms I wash? Is somebody going to be judging me on my paper towel use? Should I drip and shake dry?
February 18th, 2013 Extra-Ordinary: I think directives should be much more clear. I am never using this bathroom again.