Some conundrums that happened to me at some point in the last few months that made me go "damn, this is straight outta Seinfeld":
1. At the end of the day's work at the office, you're heading to the gym, and you decide to change into gym clothes before you head out. As you come out of the stall in the restroom, you see there's someone there, washing their hands or whatever. Someone you occasionally run into in the corridor. You were just changing, nothing more. But of course, they don't know that.Do you wash your hands?
2. You're in the neighborhood Target and you run into a friend. You make chitchat for a couple of minutes before moving on. But you're face to face again after a few minutes. And again. And again.Do you have to smile every single time for the next hour or so or is it ok to ignore them after the first few times?
3. Restroom again. You notice someone leave without washing their hands. Ewww. Worse, they're sorta famous. Is it your duty to tell the world?
: The guy was using the urinal, so there's no room for misinterpretation à la #1
I've secretly hoped that one day there will be a database of men who have been seen leaving without washing their hands after using the urinal. You know, like registered sex offenders. And then you could look them up to see if any live in your neighborhood, for instance.
But then, how do you verify that the accused person indeed committed the alleged crime? Luckily, my sick mind has thought of a solution. But I won't post it here, because I hope to sell it some day and become rich. Bwahahaha.)