Privacy is serious business no matter which way you look at it. For instance, you should be able to enjoy eating a messy burger in private. But if you are talking about serious privacy issues such as reading other people’s confidential information over their shoulders, well, that’s a whole other ball of wax.
It’s so hard these days to have a little bit of privacy, especially when you just want to take a little breather from the rigours of life. That’s why there’s an actual law. It’s called Privacy. A law was created just for that purpose.
It’s good to have a privacy law. It just doesn’t work when you want to use the bathroom in your own home. We have to deal with the incessant pounding on the wood followed by the words “hurry up”, “it was my turn a long time ago”, “are you remodeling” and on, and on.
They should have an “I Am In The Bathroom Just Wait Already” law. Even though you would be hard pressed for that one to work. I’ve tried using it plenty of times and found it just doesn’t stick. The only way to really fix that problem is to put the toilet in the hallway. See how that works out.
So privacy is attainable, just difficult to maintain. Now that you’re sitting on the toilet in the hallway reading the morning paper, and everyone is staring at you, that’s called invasion of privacy. Try winning that one.