Imagine walking down the busy streets during morning rush hour on an empty stomach. You suddenly discover two friendly folks in blue branded t-shirts handing out free breakfast cereal bars. An incredible feeling runs through your system as you sense a great opportunity to quench a persistent hunger that is hell-bent on disrupting your Monday morning productivity if nothing edible is taken. Stretching to take a bar was a no-brainer as it is free and available in the blink of an eye.
We all love free stuff, don’t we? From the scramble and cluster around the Celebrations chocolate box brought in by a returning colleague to the lure of free travel in the early hours of new year’s day in London. The thought of receiving something for free makes us realise a strong sense of achievement. It’s like winning a gold medal without having to train or compete.
The same sense of happiness and subtle entitlement can spring up when you discover a public facility is free for use. Free in terms of occupancy and entrance requirement. In public areas like train stations, malls and events, we want to know if the experience cost us nothing from a financial perspective.
Common behaviours and thoughts when you realise the public toilet has a free entry
The demand for free public toilets is not a sign of being cheap but a clamour for more understanding from the local councils and businesses alike.
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