Is "biobreak" the new "stepping out for a moment"?
Interesting sociological phenomenon I have noticed among people at work. Rather than using:
‘stepping out for a moment’ or ‘using the restroom’ or ‘taking a leak’ or even ‘pointing Percy at the porcelain’, there’s a new euphemism being used—
“needing a biobreak”.
Is this any better than the rest? Do we need euphemisms for this bodily function?