One of the cliché (but kinda true) "pros" of being a dude is that women always have to wait in line FOREVER to use the bathroom. But Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) told the Washington Ideas Forum today that she experienced a "historic moment" in the ladies room, thanks to the influx of women recently elected into office:
"For the first time, there was a traffic jam in the Senate women's bathroom," she said. "There were five of us in there, and there are only two stalls."
Klobuchar also said that a big group of them have dinner every other month in the Strom Thurmond room, "which is kind of funny…"
That warms my heart. Am I the only one who'd wait so long I'd risk getting a UTI to hang out with the new senators in the bathroom?