Astrid & Her Amazing Bathroom – Adventures
She remembers the first time, she visited the bathroom at her university. When she switched on the light, the light was ultraviolet. She was nearly blinded by its brightness and was of the opinion that wearing sun-glasses in the bathroom was not only hip and cool, but most certainly also not a luxury. Apparently, these ultraviolet lights function as an anti-drug device, since these lights themselves prevent drug users from finding a vain therefore they cannot inject on the premises and so not use drugs in these bathrooms.
This weekend, Astrid stepped into another bathroom, not at her university, but in a pub, and during her entrée did not only found herself surrounded by the ultraviolet lights again, but also heard a voice coming from the wall.
First, it welcomed Astrid and then while Astrid was peeing, it started complimenting her:
“You are not a bitch.”
“You look good in bathing suit with sun tan oil on.”
“You could be famous.”
“You are very talented.”
And then when Astrid went for a run, nearly with her trousers still down, it nicely or, to Astrid, more frighteningly said goodbye to her and as soon as Astrid’s flying feet left the tiny room, switched the lights off as well.
End of tale. End of Astrid’s bathroom-adventures.