I have often wondered why architects, presumably male, design motorway service stations which can cater for hundreds in the shops and cafés and restaurant, with only 3 ladies' loos and one for the disabled. What do they think happens when a coach load arrives?
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Ah well I can answer that one. 1 - motorway services companies don't employ architects, they just pay builders to 'design and build'. 2 - 'design and build' constructors comply with codes, they don't apply intelligence. 3 - the people who wrote the codes were men and have never been anywhere by coach.
Why don't supermarkets employ some tall people to loiter in aisles in case someone of average height wants something from the top shelf? It takes me ages to do my shopping because I'm constantly being 'employed' by normally proportioned ladies (men never ask for help, obvs) who can't reach the last box of muesli. Or at least why don't they give me a discount on my shopping for helping them save money on floor space?
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