Because I’m weird, I’m going to start documenting all the various soap dispensers I encounter. Some of them raise a lot of questions.

This one is on the better side of typical. Close to the sink, full of soap, functional. The only improvement would be if it was touchless.

Another pretty standard one. Also this is at the local VA so technically, we all own this!

Same model but different color way (and this is at another VA, so like...does each facility decide the colors? Different states? I just want to know.)

The Platonic Ideal of soap dispensers — clean, full, and dispenses foamy soap touchlessly.

I encountered one more soap dispenser today but there was another man at the sinks at the same time I was and men’s bathroom etiquette is opaque to me in a lot of ways still, but I’m p sure if I pulled out my phone to take a picture I would be Making It Weird.

Reviving this thread because I encountered a variety I haven’t seen before

Very unclear what “sealed air” is supposed to convey tbh

A classic! And yet I don’t see this kind that often in the field.

You know it’s a fancy place when their soap dispenser is ~branded

The less common push-dispense kind (this one is called Endure...bleak)

@courtney really questioning the matching flesh tones on this one

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@hunkychungus did they match the wall to the dispenser, vice versa, or is “very ill white person” just a universally available color? We’ll never know.

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@courtney it would be less jarring were it not for the chub-en-scrote form factor

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