Before this turns into a massive argument, let's get right to the point and not waste anyone's time.

Should we be considering a third bathroom option in public restrooms in the state of Idaho?

Typically, only two options are offered when one needs to use the restroom and finds themself out in public: The men's room, or the women's room. If you're a man, you go to the men's room. Women, you go to the women's room. Pretty self explanatory, right?

But here's the thing: What if you find yourself in some extenuating circumstances that don't really fall into either of the categories mentioned above?

Meaning, what do you do if you have to go to the bathroom really, really bad? As in, if entry isn't granted in the next moment or two, there's going to be an awful mess and nobody wants that.

We've all been there, right? You're rushing to the restroom because you have to go, but then you find both the men's and women's rooms occupied. What happens next is anyone's guess. Maybe you poop your pants. Maybe you pee on the floor a little. Maybe something a lot worse happens that we don't even want to know about.

Now, if there were an emergency third option for a bathroom, problem solved? How difficult can it be to add a "Only use this if you're about to explode" option next to men's and women's rooms? Can't be that much work.

What do you think? Should we add a third bathroom option here in Idaho, you know, just in case of a tummy emergency? Let's chat.

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