I'm not gonna lie, the information you are about to read could be qualified as disturbing.  At least it was to me.  I mean, what happens in the bathroom should stay in the bathroom, right?


Well, apparently the folks with Quilted Northern bath tissue are really curious.  They conducted a survey and got a bit personal on what actually goes on while you are in the bathroom.

Now, I'm curious too.  And once you've read the results, I'll bet you will be curious as well.

The survey found that 6 out of 10 people leave the bathroom door open if they are home alone.  That's not too much of a shocker,  I lived alone for a long time, and I hardly ever closed the door, (it was broken part of that time LOL) so I got into the habit of NOT closing it, and really had to think about it when I had guests.

Nearly half of the people surveyed admitted to going through someone else's medicine cabinet.  I have NEVER done that.  Now if someone told me to get something out of their medicine cabinet, like headache meds, or bandages, that's a different story!

Smartphone users, listen up! Or better, watch this.  72% of us say we have watched videos while in the restroom.  Ummm, nope.  Ain't nobody got time for that!

And finally, (hold onto your hat with this one). One in 10 people surveyed say they have eaten in the bathroom.  Oh my gosh!  Who are you people?  I can't even!  And why, oh why would you actually admit to it?

So, Lawton/Fort Sill, we ask you!  What bathroom habits are you willing to admit to? Take our survey.  Completely anonymous.

I wasn't able to find the actual survey confirming these results, but I did find other interesting info on bathroom habits! Check them out here!

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