18 Secrets Women's Bathrooms Hold And We're Dying To Hear!

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A women’s bathroom is no ordinary place. It keeps your deepest, dirtiest secrets that you wouldn’t even tell to your best friend. Basically, what happens in the bathroom stays in the bathroom. Here are 18 of those things that happen in the women’s bathroom that no one talks about!

1. Sometimes an enormous fart slips out, but you don't talk about it with the person next to you, even though she knows it was you.


2. Sometimes you hear someone cough in the bathroom, but it’s never really a cough. They’re just repressing a poop plop.


3. If someone farts and poops at the same time, there’s no need for worrying. The sound they made will never be mentioned outside the bathroom.


4. Just… Feel free to loudly ask for tampons. We ALL do it.


5. And of course, the rustling of sanitary towel wrappers is just ignored.


6. When someone is taking ages you know they're pooping and/or putting a tampon in.


7. When you hear that double flush, you know they've dropped a floater but you won't mention it.

8. You leave the bathroom knowing you've left a terrible smell but pretend you haven't.

9. Sometimes if a toilet bowl is just absolutely ruined with poop, we make sure to let other women in the bathroom know about it – but outside, the ruined toilet does not exist.


10. And the same goes for period blood.


11. But the worst thing, the absolute worst, is the toilet water reaching your butt.


12. On a night out is where the real bathroom action happens; a semi-permanent sisterhood is formed that only exists inside that bathroom.

13. You share a stall with your friend and have deep conversations while one of you is weeing.


14. You share each other's makeup.

15. And share secrets you've never told anyone before.


16. You hug girls you've literally never seen in your life before and call them your best friend.


17. And dish out compliments that in your head seem like actual poetry but really it's just a slurred, "OMG you're so hot."

18. Basically, you form a bond with total strangers that can never be broken, but outside the bathroom your sober self will just signify it with a nod.

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