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write a story about a man who suddenly really needs to use the bathroom, he sees a restaurant and asks to use the bathroom, but they only let clients use it. write dialogue


It was a hot afternoon in the bustling city streets. John had just finished a long day at work and was heading home when he suddenly felt the urge to use the bathroom. He tried to push through it, hoping to make it home in time, but his efforts were in vain. The urge became stronger and he knew he wouldn't be able to hold it for much longer. Panicking, John looked around for the nearest restroom but to his dismay, there wasn't one in sight. He quickened his pace, desperately searching for a solution. That's when he noticed a small restaurant up ahead. Without a second thought, he rushed towards it, hoping they would have a bathroom he could use. As he got closer, he could see the "Restroom for customers only" sign hanging on the door. His heart sank, but he knew he had to at least try. Taking a deep breath, he walked up to the counter and asked the server if he could quickly use their restroom. "I'm sorry sir, but our restroom is only for customers. You'll have to buy something first," the server replied with a polite smile. John was taken aback by the response. He didn't have any money on him and he couldn't exactly leave to find an ATM in his current state. His desperation was evident on his face as he explained his situation to the server. "I understand sir, but it's our policy. I'm sorry," the server replied, not budging from her position. Feeling defeated, John turned to leave when a kind voice spoke up from behind him. "Hey, he can use my restroom. It's not a problem," a man, who seemed to be the owner, said with a smile. John's eyes widened in gratitude as he thanked the man and quickly made his way to the restroom. Once he was done, he came back to the counter to thank the kind owner. "Thank you so much, sir. I really appreciate it. I'll make sure to come back and try your food sometime," John said with a grateful smile. "It's no problem at all. We've all been in a situation like that before," the owner replied and handed John a glass of water. As John drank the water and took a deep breath, he couldn't help but admire the owner's generosity. In a world where everyone seemed to be in a rush, it was refreshing to encounter someone who was willing to lend a helping hand. As he left the restaurant, John made a mental note to visit again and bring his friends along. The small gesture of kindness had left a lasting impression on him and he knew he wanted to support a business that valued the comfort and well-being of their customers. From that day on, John became a regular at the restaurant, not only for the delicious food but also for the kind and friendly staff who always made him feel welcome. He often thought back to that hot afternoon when his desperate need for a restroom had led him to discovering his new favorite spot in the city. Update (2024-05-15): It was a hot summer day and Bob had been running errands all morning. As he was walking down the street, he suddenly felt a familiar urge in his stomach. "Oh no," he thought to himself, "I really need to use the bathroom." He looked around frantically for any sign of a public restroom, but to no avail. Just when he was about to give up hope, he spotted a small restaurant across the street. He quickly made his way over, hoping that they would have a restroom he could use. As he approached the restaurant, he noticed a sign on the door that read "Restrooms for clients only". Bob's heart sank, he wasn't a customer at this restaurant and he didn't have time to sit down and eat a meal. But he couldn't hold on any longer, so he mustered up the courage and asked the waiter at the front desk, "Excuse me, I really need to use the restroom. Can I please use it, even though I'm not a customer?" The waiter looked at Bob with a disapproving glance and replied, "I'm sorry sir, but our restrooms are for paying customers only." Bob's face turned red with embarrassment as he pleaded, "Please, I promise I'll be quick, I just really need to use the bathroom." But the waiter wouldn't budge. "I'm sorry, it's our policy. If you would like to use our facilities, you'll have to order something from the menu." Feeling desperate, Bob searched through his pockets and found a few coins. "I only have this," he said, holding up the change. The waiter sighed in exasperation but finally relented. "Fine, but you'll have to order the cheapest thing on the menu. Our policy is clear - restrooms for clients only." Bob was relieved and quickly ordered a small cup of coffee. As he waited for his order, he kept glancing at his watch, hoping the coffee would arrive soon so he could finally use the restroom. Finally, the waiter brought out the coffee and Bob gulped it down in a matter of seconds. He quickly thanked the waiter and rushed to the restroom. After he finished and washed his hands, Bob couldn't help but feel grateful for the coffee that he didn't even need. Feeling slightly guilty, he left a generous tip for the waiter and made his way out of the restaurant. As he walked down the street, Bob couldn't help but chuckle at the situation he just went through. From now on, he would make sure to use the restroom before leaving the house. After all, he didn't want to have to go through that again.