Restroom mysteries

Why is it that one hour after lunch, all the restrooms are occupied, so that I am forced to use the one normally reserved for the disabled?

OK, I didn’t really need to ask; I just need to remember to go earlier.

But more importantly, why are restrooms for the disabled so damned impractical? They’re supposed to make it easier for disabled people: you can fit a wheelchair through the door and into the room, there are adjustable handlebars to facilitate transfer from the wheelchair to the toilet seat and back, etc. All well and good.

So why the censored is the toilet paper dispenser always installed out of reach?

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