Naked in a KFC Bathroom.


Not me. Not ever. Thankfully.

The five year old. She’s so petite that when there is input there is an immediate output. Hence, we visit a lot of restaurant bathrooms. And, of course, she cannot poop with anyone in the room. (Bonus for me.)

However, she must also be naked.

After a couple of minutes I’ll hear the call through the Ladies Room door.

“MOM! I’m done!”

In I go and there she is. Naked. On the pot. All articles of clothing including shirt, shoes and socks in a pile on the bathroom tile. As I redress her I ponder how this could possibly be the same child who says things like, “Can I eat this french fry?” after it’s fallen on our living room floor.

I assume they teach her that germ/don’t eat food off the floor stuff in Pre-K because she sure didn’t learn it at home.

7 thoughts on “Naked in a KFC Bathroom.

  1. Ha! This is hilarious. My younger son has the same habit of stripping down in the bathroom. Always fun when others can see the pile of clothes through the bottom of the stall.
    I too turn a blind eye when my kids eat off the floor. Builds immunity, I say.


  2. Hmmm my kids never stripped in public…..that I am aware of…..i would like to tell you something that will enhance your life. And with all those females. Fold your toilet paper fancy. Every time. You feel like you are ina hotel for a second. And yes i fold it in public bathrooms too…….brightens someones day I think.


  3. How to Make Toilet Paper Origami

    Toilet paper origami, also called ‘toilegami’, is practiced in upscale hotels. Basically, the cleaning staff folds the first piece of toilet paper on the roll into a shape. The most popular is the triangle fold, and it’s a great way to greet your guests when they visit your bathroom. I do this so-simple -it-doesn’t-really-need-instructions fold all the time. But now, thanks to Origami Resource, I’m going to step my toilet paper origami up a notch. From easiest to hardest, here are their TP folding tutes:

    The Triangle Fold, picture #1
    The Diamond Fold
    The Pleated Fold, picture #2
    The Pleated Tuck Fold, picture #3
    The Flourish
    If you’re interested in seeing and folding more toilet paper origami, check out this book by Linda Wright.

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