Dear Friendship Court:
My friend Keisha and I were at a restaurant where we had just met two
nice guys at the bar. I excused myself to go to the ladies' room and
Keisha came with. Apparently, I came out of the stall with a long strip
of toilet paper hanging out of the back of my pants. Keisha saw it, but
thought it would be funny to let me go back to the guys with it there. They told me later that when she was walking behind me as we were returning to the bar, she was pointing at my dangling toilet paper. It seemed as if the whole bar had a laugh at my expense, and needless to say, the guy never called me. I haven't spoken to Keisha since. She suggested I write to you for a verdict.
I could hardly stop laughing long enough to respond. Every woman, no matter how uptight or "hoity-toity," has a totally humiliating, but hilarious, potty story, and now, thanks to your careless "wipe" and Keisha's warped sense of humor, you have yours. If "bar guy" was the "right guy," your little toilet paper problem would not have deterred him. Forgive Keisha and move on ... and delight in thinking of a funny, but harmless, practical joke to play on Keisha.
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