It's odd to me that one of the sinks at work isn't hands-free when the other two are. I could have sworn at one point it was also, but maybe it broke and it was easier to just to replace with a standard one?
I wonder if they giggle when they think of people like me walking up, holding out my hands and wondering why there's no water.
Reminds me of the episode of Better Off Ted where they have to hire white people to follow black people around the building because the new automatic lights don't seem to work right. It sounds racist, but it was actually well done and very funny. I miss that show.
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