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urinal etiquette

Men should breeze this game…women may have a little difficulty. There is a code of urinal etiquette that must be followed, although very similar rules appear to apply to women using cubicles.

To play, simply click on the urinal where you think you should stand – keep clicking until you get a green tick. To replay, simply reload the page.

easy section

urinal one is empty   urinal two is occupied   urinal three is empty   urinal four is occupied   urinal five is empty   urinal six is empty

 

 

urinal one is occupied   urinal two is empty   urinal three is empty   urinal four is empty   urinal five is empty   urinal six is empty

 

 

kind of tricky section

urinal one is empty   urinal two is empty   urinal three is empty   urinal four is empty   urinal five is empty   urinal six is empty

 

 

urinal one is empty   urinal two is occupied   urinal three is empty   urinal four is occupied   urinal five is empty   urinal six is occupied

 

 

subtle, tricky, but important to know section

urinal one is empty   urinal two is occupied   urinal three is empty   urinal four is empty   urinal five is occupied   urinal six is occupied

 

 

very tricky indeed section

urinal one is occupied   urinal two is occupied   urinal three is empty   urinal four is empty   urinal five is occupied   urinal six is occupied

 

other parts of the unwritten code of the urinals

No talking, unless it's a good friend but even then, keep it terse and unemotional. This ain't no clubhouse.

We don't think we need to tell you, absolutely no touching of anyone other than yourself. A touch of another's elbow is of the highest offense.

No singing. Period

Glances are for purposes of acknowledgment only…"Yeah, I see you there. I will not look again".

Exceptions to this are busy toilets or when you are with your mates.

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