Privy To Privies

I am everyone’s best friend, which means I know stuff. Lots of stuff. Stuff about you. Stuff about me. Embarrassing stuff. Funny stuff. Incredibly useful stuff.

Like smartphone apps that tell you where the nearest restroom is. If you’ve ever been to Manhattan, you probably know all about the Enjoy The Go ‘store’ that Charmin set up. (They have my undying gratitude, btw.) But what if you’re in Denver or Des Moines or Dallas, or anywhere that doesn’t start with a D?

That’s where the free app comes in.

Number 1 [giggle] … it works anywhere in the world, and Number 2 [gigglegiggle] … users rate the cleanliness of each restroom. You can’t tell me that’s not a godsend.

The other incredibly useful wee app I’m reminding you about is one I mentioned a few years back. tells you when to run to the restroom during a movie.

Here’s what the website says:

run pee

The app is simple even though spelling is a challenge. Here’s an example from the movie Cloud Atlas, which is almost 3 hours long.

Cloud Atlas

“Peetimes.” Such a great, useful word.

If you ever find yourself at peetime needing a restroom, I hope you’re near one of these finalists in the Best Public Restroom competitions. You can check out the top contestants going (see what I did there?) all the way back to 2002.

It’s a simple thing, but gosh, so important. Incredibly useful, am I right? You’re welcome!

Are you one of those annoying people who can’t sit through an entire movie? Yeah, me too. Netflix understands me, though.

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