When I walk into a public restroom, I like to use the bathroom stall that gets the least amount of traffic. I quickly assess the situation and try to pick the stall that I think most people wouldn't normally pick. I find a lot of peace and satisfaction out of using such a stall.
Lately, though, I've really been doubting my technique. Pictured below is the layout of the bathroom at work:
Normally I go for Stall 6. I rationalize that it's at the end of a row so most people don't want to walk that far to use it. But now I'm second guessing myself. Should I pick Stall 3 instead because most people are right-handed so they're more likely to go for the stalls on the right? Or is Stall 3 a straight shot from the door so it's too popular to be safe? Or do I pick Stall 1 or Stall 4 because most people are picking the privacy of the far-away last stalls? Or does everyone think like me, so no matter which one I choose there are a bunch of people picking it for the same reasons?!?! I just can't decide!
So here's my soul-searching question: if you were to walk into this bathroom and all six stalls were open, which one would you most likely use?
(I have no assignments at work today, so what else am I going to think about?)