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Silky Wilkie posted:
While not exactly part of the Man Room, the functional urinal in my buddy's garage is right up there.

Not trying to siderail the thread but seeing as what I was thinking when I clicked here, I might as well ask.  Also, I don't know of another group that has the collective wisdom to answer such an eclectic question. 

What goes with the trend of placing urinals so high on the wall?

I'm 5'11" and often when I go into an establishment and have to use the man room the dang urinals are so high I barely have enough elevation  to make it to the berm. 

I can only imagine the difficulty for those individuals who are warrior size.

stray round posted:
Silky Wilkie posted:
While not exactly part of the Man Room, the functional urinal in my buddy's garage is right up there.

Not trying to siderail the thread but seeing as what I was thinking when I clicked here, I might as well ask.  Also, I don't know of another group that has the collective wisdom to answer such an eclectic question. 

What goes with the trend of placing urinals so high on the wall?

I'm 5'11" and often when I go into an establishment and have to use the man room the dang urinals are so high I barely have enough elevation  to make it to the berm. 

I can only imagine the difficulty for those individuals who are warrior size.

I'm guessing it might not be a "height" issue

Plumbers and electricians (note how randomly placed switches and outlets are as well), in a word: DNGAF. 

Have had to deal with this a little in industrial contexts, and trying to come up with ways to make sure equipment that you have to interface with (in my case, thankfully, screens and buttons!) is at a reasonable height. Nothing seems to work. 

I often see a bathroom with a row of urinals so high they are hard to use (I am 6 ft tall) and one set low that's so low it's hard for small kids to use. 

And if you need suggestions for the (re)decoration 

here are some "manly" examples to drain your stacks of cash or credit card 

h ttps://www.artofmanliness.com/articles/how-to-decorate-a-man-room/

h ttps://www.artofmanliness.com/articles/famous-man-caves/

h ttps://www.artofmanliness.com/articles/famous-libraries-studies-writing-rooms/

h ttps://www.artofmanliness.com/articles/manly-art-18-virile-artists-from-the-past-to-the-present/

h ttps://www.artofmanliness.com/articles/the-manly-art-of-arnold-friberg/

shoobe01 posted:

Plumbers and electricians (note how randomly placed switches and outlets are as well), in a word: DNGAF. 

Have had to deal with this a little in industrial contexts, and trying to come up with ways to make sure equipment that you have to interface with (in my case, thankfully, screens and buttons!) is at a reasonable height. Nothing seems to work. 

I often see a bathroom with a row of urinals so high they are hard to use (I am 6 ft tall) and one set low that's so low it's hard for small kids to use. 

I'm 5'8" (still an inch higher than Tom Cruise).  I first became concerned about urinal height when in Afghanistan using the various ablution trailers (better than porta loos, at least).  The urinals seemed unnaturally high. 

The thing that bugs me the most is how, when one is tired or otherwise distracted,  one may find his knuckles bumping against the porcelain/steel...I get a little sick just thinking about it....

Linz posted:
M. Wilson posted:

Funny thing is were like 2,500 miles away and without consulting with each other, bought the exact same flooring at exactly the same time to put in each of our houses. 

We both have good tastes like that. 

Same search engine & price range?

We picked our out in the store as did LT, just at the same time and thousands of miles away. But, we're brothers, from another mother so I guess it's to be expected.

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