I showered up at the Flying J in Carnesville, Georgia today. Normally I bring my own soap and shampoo, but this week, I forgot and left it in the shower at home. Soo.... I was going to use the soap they provide in the dispensers in the shower, that is, until I pumped the dispenser and out came what appeared to be a gob of snot.
Yep... somebody freakin' spit or blew their nose... or did something I don't even want to think about in the dispenser.
Let me just say to the employees that fill the dispensers... you are so lucky I did not lather up with that. The only reason you are still walking around breathing is because perhaps... just maybe... a driver did it.
At any rate... I wouldn't recommend using ANY soap in a public dispenser.
Spit in soap dispenser at Flying J
Discussion in 'Truck Stops' started by lilillill, Nov 21, 2009.
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ChromeDome Road Train Member
- Jun 10, 2007
I don't think that is spit.........
kickin chicken Road Train Member
OMG... What is it then ChromeDome???
Either way...Yuck, Ick, Poo!!!!
REDD The Legend
- Jun 29, 2009
I do not & I will not use those soap dispensers. I carry my own soap for that very reason... And if I don't have soap, I buy the stuff before I go into the shower.
When they went to that stuff I automatically thought that it was a health hazard... A #### driver pisses & c r a p s on the toilet seats for a laugh... I can see then ejaculating into a soap dispenser & laughing as they are driving down the highway!
That's one sick sight. And the guy that did it is one sick SOB. From now on i'll just push once and see if the soap is really clean before putting my hand under it.
bullhaulerswife Forum Leader/Admin Staff Member Administrator
OMG barcode, I don't even know what to <gag> say!:smt078
In these days of recommendations from the health care provider community and the media that we should wash our hands due to H1N1 infection problems, etc. I expect that the soap dispensers should be 100% okay.
That Flying J in Carnesville, GA is one of the truck stops I visit and that's where I discovered (from the foot print of the former buffet area) that things were changing with the Flying J restuarants.
This information in combination with the discovery of three plates in consecutive order in the buffet line dispenser (Flying J, Clear Brook, VA) that were NOT clean has made me think that I need to contact the restuarant division of Flying J and ask them WHAT'S UP !?!Last edited: Dec 11, 2009
CommDriver Road Train Member
That is definitely a new one. It would never have even entered into my imagination in my wildest dreams that someone would do such a thing. I mean, I've heard of fast food employees spitting or using other bodily fluids in place of mayonaisse. But they get whatever sick, twisted, satisfaction they get from handing the food to, and seeing the person who will eat it or even watching them eat it.
If a driver or somebody spits, or does whatever, in a soap dispenser they don't get that twisted satisfaction of seeing who uses it. Either way, that is some sick stuff. Whoever did that must have some serious psychological problems.
Logan76 Crusty In Training
- Jul 12, 2009
That is the reason right there why some people just snap and go on killing spree's, can hardly blame em either.
Peanut Butter Road Train Member
- Nov 24, 2007
Time for the travel plazas to do just like schools do, locks on the soap dispensors and toilet paper dispensors.
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