We have all seen the pictures of the "People Of Walmart" where they seem to wear whatever they want. But that's not my gripe right now. Texas is in dire need of some official "Walmart Restroom Rules" and we need them NOW!

Here's the reason why. Recently I am at our local Walmart in the men's restroom. It seemed empty at first. As I walk to the urinal nearest the door (I once again waited till the last second), I could hear someone in the farthest stall moving around. I continue doing what I went in there to do, urinating at the urinal, when out of the farthest stall a father and his two young daughters emerge.

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Well, needless to say, I felt like a freak show and like my privacy had been invaded. I was embarrassed and ticked off beyond belief. As I'm glancing over my shoulder, I see one of the girls standing there staring at me while her dad tried to get his two daughters out the door.

As all three were exiting the men's room, I heard the youngest of the girls ask, "Hey Daddy, what happened to that man's arm?" This brings me to my point. Dads, take the boys to the men's restroom, and moms, take their daughters to the women's restroom.

In the last few years, I've seen where there are some "family restrooms" that have one toilet, a sink, and a changing table. When I go to Home Depot, it's usually open. If we'll follow the above rules I've suggested, there's no need for further clarification. That's it, I made the rules, now let's all abide by them. And thank you for shopping at Walmart. Y'all come back now, ya hear?

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