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Apple Event's Gender Disparity, as Told Through Bathroom Lines

Image via <a href="https://twitter.com/AZahler/status/509373411320029187">@AZahler/Twitter</a>
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It's been a pretty big day for Apple. First they unveiled the iPhone 6 (which is now too big to fit into half of your itsy crossbody bags), then Apple Pay, and at last Apple Watch. Also, some guy used the opportunity to reintroduce this mesmerizing scarf. But it's an even bigger day for bathroom lines, as it's one of the few times in history where the line for the men's porter potty trailer surpasses the ladies'. To the females attending Apple's big event: Take your sweet time in there. You deserve it.