stall design

break the ice, 1

Pairing:  jungkook x reader x jimin
Genre: sports au, hockey player jungkook & jimin, smut, comedy?, slight angst, fluff too :’)
Warnings: thigh riding, sexting, phone sex, pillow riding
Word Count:  18k
Summary:

There are three rules to become an official Puck Bunny:
1.     You have to love hockey. No exceptions.
2.     You have to had slept with at least three hockey players. Starters, no benchwarmers.
3.     And most importantly, have fun!

A/N: i wanted this to be a oneshot but i kept adding and adding more :( …
anyway… enjoy part 1!!

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I’m literally one of the people accessible stalls in bathrooms are designed for and I don’t even take my time in them in case there’s another disabled person waiting for it. How do able-bodied people justify spending AGES in them, fixing their hair or changing their clothes or taking selfies?? Plus a lot of the disabled people those stalls are designed for need them much more urgently due to their conditions. Able-bodied people have other options. Disabled people do not. End of discussion. 

brokenlittlebabygirl  asked:

Hey! I am thinking about opening a true crime bar and was just wondering how the TCC would feel about it...what do you think?

i think it would be great! here in liverpool, we have a restaurant called “Death Row Diner” where you sit in little booths and have your dinner bought to you in prison-style tin trays. There’s mugshots of famous killers on the wall and everything, and the toilet stalls are designed like cells lol.

I think you should go for it, a bar would be a big hit in my eyes. 🙌

anonymous asked:

Fuck neighbouring businesses. There's a gun range right next door to the building I work in and they have designated parking stalls but we don't (for some reason). Well, the customers at the gun range take up all the spaces in front of our building as well which leaves no room for our customers. We get so many complaints about the parking it's insane.

Do you have a towing company that patrols your lot? Make an anonymous call that maybe they would want to check out your lot. Here at a lot of strip malls if you park in front of one store and walk into a second you will get towed.

-Rodney

Hogging the parking in an apartment

My apartment has very limited parking with only three “guest” stalls that the other residents have to use if they own more than one car. If you can’t find a spot, you have to park across the street a good 200 feet away. It’s a pain, but generally the neighbors try to keep their cars in the guest stalls moving from day to day so they aren’t hogging them. Except this one guy… he lives alone, gives everyone the stink eye if you wave hello and just comes off like an asshole. Well, he owns two vehicles… one car and one 90’s pickup that isn’t suped up or anything. It’s just a normal truck with a faded factory paint job. This prick parks in the stall so it goes over the line and crowds out anyone trying to park next to it, he’s got a super sensitive alarm that sets off a little warning beep if you fart to close to it and then you can see him yank the blinds down from his window and look out at you if he hears it. So, here’s the part that makes him a total shitfuck.. If he leaves for a weekend, he takes the truck, so he moves his car into the guest stall, leaves his covered stall empty and takes off. Fuck you.

So, one day I happen to come home while he’s doing the ol’ switcharoo and “his” guest stall is empty because he’s in the truck, while his car is double parked in the street. Quick as I can, I drive into the lot and jump into the guest spot. I get out of my car and look over to see him standing by his car, which he was about to put where I am. He’s giving me a death glare, then drops down into his car TEARS off with a chirp of his tires and parks it waaaaay across the street and has to walk back. At this point I’m in my own apartment and I hear his door slam and his truck leaves. I give it an hour and then move my car into my designated covered stall. By the time he returns Sunday afternoon someone else has his spot, so he still can’t park there. It’s been 3 weeks and he still hasn’t gotten the guest stall back. Mmhmmm

New York approves unisex bathrooms in nod to transgender people

The New York City Council on Tuesday approved a law requiring single-stall public bathrooms to be gender neutral in a show of support for transgender people, the bill’s main sponsor said.

The council voted 47-2 for the measure, which will take effect Jan. 1.

Many New York City restaurants already mark their single-stall bathrooms without gender designations or as apt for both sexes, but the new law is meant to make the practice standard and recognize transgender people, Councilman Daniel Dromm said.“This sends a message that New York City supports the transgender community and understands the issue,” Dromm said.

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Words (Key)

Subtlety is his strongest suit

Bum: What are you doing tonight?
Me: I have a catch-up with Jinki
Me: Do you need me to get anything for you?
Bum: No
Bum: Have fun
Me: I love you
Bum: Mmm

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You’re seated next to Key on the couch, watching a music show, and he’s perusing a men’s magazine. He’s awfully quiet, and you would worry, except that you know how bipolar the man can be. The clock says that it’s eating time—literally, because it’s a hipster like the design market stall it came from.

“Are you hungry?” you casually ask, straying your eyes away from the television to look at him.

He shrugs.

“Should I get takeout?” you change the channel to a random animal documentary.

He flips a page, and shrugs again.

“Do you want pork stew?”

Key closes the magazine and places it on the coffee table.

“I’ll just have cold noodles,” he stands up and heads off to the bathroom.

He closes the door a little more roughly than usual, and that’s when you worry.

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“How’s the food?” you slurp on the kimchi stew you decided to get.

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ITALY, Milan : A man takes a picture of the Pavillion of Israel in the Expo Milano 2015 in Milan on May 1, 2015 on the opening day of the Universal Exposition. The exposition will run from May 1, 2015 to October 31, 2015 on the theme of Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life. The fair focuses on food security, sustainable agricultural practices, nutrition and battling hunger - as well as dishing out the best fare of the world’s culinary cultures. Cooking shows, restaurants, and food stalls will be designed to attract and hold visitors in Italy’s financial capital. AFP PHOTO / OLIVIER MORIN                        

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Six stalls, Amish built, extra-wide aisle, high ceilings, stone dust and mats in the stalls, high ventilation design with bars between stalls and opening loft-windows, hay storage around back to keep dust in the barn to a minimum, heated tack room, hot and cold water to wash stall and tack sink, efficient no-shadow lighting system, paddocks off the back of the stalls with dutch doors and overhang for rainy weather…

This is heaven right? <3

Phase-Change Mug Promises To Keep Coffee At The Perfect Temperature

by Rachel Nuwer

For those of us tied to a desk for hours each day, the bitter charms of lukewarm coffee are an unpleasant reality of the job. But a new startup called Joeveo says, “No more!” The hot-beverage-loving founders developed a mug that uses phase-change materials to keep drinks—coffee, tea, hot chocolate or even mulled wine—at a scrumptious 140-145 degrees Fahrenheit for up to three hours after it’s been poured.

“Your coffee only has a drinkable window of 10 to 20 minutes—maybe 30 at most,” says Logan Maxwell, vice president of Joeveo. “That’s really not much time to enjoy your beverage right where you want it: not too hot but not too lukewarm.”

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