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Subscribe Search Smitten There s an Entire Book on Dating and Bathroom Etiquette, in Case You Were Confused About That By Gena Kaufman March 78, 7569 9: 99 am Coming on the heels of yesterday s Worst Date Ever story, I guess it should come as no surprise that some people are a little confused on the etiquette of, um, relieving yourself while on a date. But I had no idea it was such a popular issue until I kept coming across stories about the book. (The Mr. Phelps rule). Example — Do not say: Darling, I m off to recycle that lovely meal you cooked for lunch. FYI:

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I once dated a guy whose code words were Hey babe, I m just gonna step into my office for a few minutes. Hold my calls. #7 — Intimacy: Always go alone. (The Loner rule).

Example — Do not say: Would you like to come with me to the toilet, honey? This is a life rule. Unless you are three years old and potty training. # 6 — Security:

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Do not leave any clues as to the purpose of your mission. (The Columbo rule). Example — Do not walk casually towards the toilets with a copy of the *Daily Mail *under your arm. This seems like a rule from the 95s. Doesn t everybody now just take their cellphone to the bathroom with them?

(I m not saying this isn t gross. I m just saying, you all do it. See photo. )Anyway, I wasn t aware that this was a subject so confusing it needed an entire book to explain it, but the book is actually sold out on Amazon, so it s clearly a popular topic. Or else we all still have our sixth-grade sense of humor and just think that anything discussing poo is hilarious.

I m thinking that s the more logical explanation. Do you still feel shy about bathroom stuff with a guy you re dating? Or are you the enlightened type who doesn t freak out about bodily functions? The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast. Ad Choices

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