The Weird Thing About Korean Bathrooms

Or rather, things. Or rather, Alfred.

Sorry, that is a joke with an incredibly narrow scope, but I'll leave it in and see if anyone gets it. Maybe I'll give you a prize.

ANYWAYS. I figured that since I spend so much of my time thinking about bathrooms, I'd better make a post about it, in hopes that after taking the time to write about my problems, they might plague me less. Here's hoping!

1. Where the hell is the toilet paper?

Before I moved to Korea, I never realized how lucky I was to be able to assume that all bathrooms would have toilet paper. I took toilet paper for granted. It was always there, unless I forgot to buy it. It was something I could count on.

Why So Sick?

I think I should color-code a calendar with all the illnesses I experience in Korea. In the States, I am a person that is rarely ill. I don’t know if it has to do with the different schedule, food, or what —but I am constantly sick in Korea. I seem to monkey-bar from cold, fever, stomach flu, constipation, UTI, alcohol-induced vomiting, and random bouts of nausea and dizziness. I should be thankful that I don’t get diarrhea, but since I just mentioned that, I’ll probably wake up with that tomorrow.

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