Employee Finds Self in Stall Next to CEO, Shares Life Changing Conversation

Michael Singh, a low-level employee for a large marketing firm in Manhattan, found himself sharing a number 2 with the CEO of his company and bonding during the 45-minute process.

Singh had been having a difficult day and decided to treat himself by taking care of his business in the executive men’s room on the 35th floor of his office. Just when Singh was about to wipe he reportedly heard the door to the restroom open and the stall next to him become occupied. Singh decided at this point to wait until the mystery occupant exited to avoid any possible interactions at the sink.

Soon after the occupant started, however, he began having a conversation with Singh. The initial conversation topic was of a business-related nature since the occupant mistook Singh for a fellow executive. Singh shortly discovered that the mystery dumper was the company’s CEO and immediately became too afraid to exit the restroom for fear of losing his job.

As their conversation continued, both men found themselves discussing their greatest hopes and aspirations as well as confiding in each other about problems in their personal lives. Both found that the other had a unique perspective that they wouldn’t be able to find in their usual circles.

Once they both decided to get back to work, they exited the stalls and shook hands. They then washed their hands and went back to their lives, each a little wiser and feeling a little less alone in the universe.


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By Jacob S. Wydra: @jswydra

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