I remember when Chapman got a blackberry, the first in our little group to get one. He sent me an e-mail, and then another shortly thereafter:
“I wrote and sent that e-mail while sitting on the toilet.”
Today, it’s almost impossible to enter a public restroom without wondering who’s talking – it’s someone sitting on the toilet with verbal diarrhea into their cell phone.
So in honor of World Toilet Day, a survey of more than 2,000 people commissioned by charity Tearfund found that reading, chatting and texting are among the favourite activities of Britons on the toilet.
The study suggests more than 14 million people in the UK read newspapers, books and magazines on the loo.
The poll points to eight million people talking – either on the phone or to family – and one in five send texts.
The study also suggested people mostly thought about food while on the toilet, and that men were more likely to look around for a distraction than women.