To Trough Or Not To Trough?
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I don't want to ramble on too much about my trip to Chicago, but I have a few things to mention. Obviously, if you're a baseball fan and you haven't been to Wrigley Field, you have to get there at least once in your lifetime. I recommend the following: Hang out at The Sports Corner Bar & Grill
before the game. Stay at Hotel Felix downtown. Try an alcoholic milkshake
at Hamburger Mary's. Do karaoke at the Blue Frog Bar & Grill. Now back to Wrigley Field. One of the few negatives about the stadium (in my opinion) is that the men's rooms do not have urinals; they have troughs. I mentioned this on Twitter
Saturday and was amazed by how many people responded with a pro-trough stance. Most folks who defended the trough used the argument that it's efficient and helps eliminate a wait to use the facilities. I still say using a trough is barbaric, so I'm putting this to a Hot Clicks Nation vote. (As for the picture above, many folks on Twitter also questioned my sanity for taking a photo in the men's room. I snapped the pic at the very end of the men's room where no one was standing, As you can see, no male organs are showing and the photo has zero chance of ending up on Deadspin.