I'm busy in the toilet stall of a local coffee house. It's covered with the usual sort of graffiti and faux-intellectual comments as any public restroom.
Then I see this nugget of wisdom: "ENVIRONMENTALISM IS THE FINAL REFUGE OF A SCOUNDREL."
Which doesn't make much sense, of course, but it certainly provokes thought.
And then I read this: "Anglo Canada is IRRELEVANT," which is quite a silly thing to write next to a Vancouver 2010 sticker.
This leads me to believe that toilet stall inscriptions are the product of one of two things. Either:
1) all reason and logic are suspended while the body relieves itself, or
2) the average public restroom user is a moron.
I'm inclined towards the latter. Public restrooms are nasty, gnarly places that only weak in thought will consider using unless absolutely necessary. And that would explain this nugget of wisdom:
"Sitting in my pau-pau tree, will they make mango mush out of me?"
Bottom Line: toilet stalls make for great morning reading.