Bathroom lines, who needs 'em? Early in the day they're not too bad, but once everybody loads up on liquids, things get rough. Your body is telling you it's time to go, but then there's 127 people ahead of you. I caught up with an amiable couple who were near the end of what seemed like a 1/2 mile line to see what they were anticipating.

Speakin about leakin.
  • Speakin' about leakin'.

Hi, what's you name and where are you from?

I'm Bradley and I'm from Detroit originally, I've lived in Colorado for the last eight years.

And what's your name and where are you from?

I'm Liz. I'm from Wisconsin.

So, how long do you expect to be in this bathroom line?

Bradley: Way too long. I wish there was a Stranger article that would get me to the front. (???)

What do you expect to find when you get to the front of the line, Liz?

Liz: Really gross bathrooms by that point.

How do you feel about gross bathrooms, Bradley?

Bradley: I feel really strong about them. But I have to pee, or I have to urinate, that would be a better word for this interview, so strongly that I think it's going to be okay.

How many times have you used the bathroom today?

Liz: (laughs)

Bradley: A lot! Because I've been hydrated. It was hot, I've been drinking lots of water, lots of coffee in the morning...

So would you say that being hydrated, being healthy, it's almost like a curse in this situation?

Bradley: For me, an extreme curse. I have the bladder of a 90-year-old man, plus I drink a lot of water.

Thanks a lot!