, or other high-placed company executive
who has a private
bathroom off of their office. The size of the bathroom varies greatly, but nearly all of these bathrooms have one thing in common - shiny objects
. Don't ask me why, but they always have shiny objects
. The faucet
is always a polished gold or silver (although it has to be a Fortune 500 CEO
for them to actually be
gold or silver), the mirrors often have a silver frame around them, and quite often the wallpaper
has a gold that sparkles
While thinking about executive bathrooms, the natural question is to ask why they need their own bathrooms. There are two different points of view:
- Executives are snotty and don't want to have to mingle with the "common workers".
- Executives need the bathrooms close by during long, important meetings.
While I (speaking as a poor college student
) like to think the first is more accurate, as an optimist
I would hope it is more of the second.