When girls leave as a gaggle and head to the restroom, they have one thing on their mind: engaging in passionate, acrobatic sex with each other.
Oh, Wait, wait, I'm getting new information from my GuySpeak crystal balls... Sorry, I need to retract that answer. I was wrong.
When girls leave as a gaggle and head to the restroom, they often trade stories and perspective on how "X" is going. It could be the pros and cons of a double date they're on, the cute bar tender who keeps giving them looks, the disappointment in the new MAC eye shadow purchase, or maybe a, "No, Tanya, don't worry, your nipples don't show under the club lighting." Now, yes, those things sound really caddy and I don't want to have you think that's all that's discussed in these lavatory forums. In fact, over the course of females crewing to the restroom, humanity itself has moved forward; the world at large is better for it.
Perhaps the most notable of female crewing examples, shared below.
When: April 14th, 1763
Where: The flagship Denny's on Appleface Road, North Philadelphia.
Sarah Franklin Bache (wife of Benjamin), Jane Adams (wife of John), and Franny Hemmings (Thomas Jefferson's other mistress) all chose to, "use the little girls room" at the same time. "Pardon us, boys" Miss Adams proclaimed, "but the powder room doth call my bladder." What started as a conversation about the sexiest saddle colors of all time turned into a fiery debate on tyranny, The Navigation Acts, Republicanism and the effects of the French Indian War.
Suffice to say, the argument didn't conclude by the time Sara Franklin Bache vomited twice into the latrine and was thus carried out into the main room. Sitting back down among their men, they continued the debate over flap jacks and maple syrup. Four hours later, the men unanimously agreed to not ask England for more taxes and less representation, but instead, start a revolution!
Thank you Ladies -