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Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

When I was in high school, I had a special place to deficate. It was this bathroom that was more remote. There were never many people it. Some people prefer a more private place when they go number 2. I feel like all the bathrooms that I have used are high traffic and everytime I sit down, the seat is warm. My question is if you know any restrooms at the library specifically or any other places on campus that are as explained above. I am a male.

-Anonymous Crow

A:

Dear Russell,

I agree with Kirito, first floor library restrooms are good for this.

Also, try to avoid high-traffic bathroom times, like in between classes. Also I really enjoy the basement bathroom of the Benson, but also I live there so it could be out of the way.

Keep it real,
Sherpa Dave

A:

Dear AC,

Pretty much all the library restrooms are good for this, but especially on the first floor. I would suggest exploring a bit.

Also, if you happen to be in the physics underground lab, the bathroom there is usually nice and quiet.

-Kirito

A:

Dear Crow,

As a general guideline, I would suggest not using bathrooms located on the main floor of any building. The main floor is usually the floor with the highest foot traffic. With my limited experience with bathrooms and BYU, I would say I have found that the bathroom located on the 2nd floor of the JSB has low foot traffic and there have been several times when I have been the only one using that bathroom.

Good luck!

-Sunday Night Banter

A:

Dear The Poopsmith,

While it hasn't been updated in a long time, you might appreciate what remains of the BYU Bathrooms blog.

While we're here, though, I'll recommend the men's bathroom on the 5th floor of the SWKT. It's in the predominantly female nursing department, which bodes well for your privacy.

--Suerte,

--Ardilla Feroz