Lonely, flushing away time, with no cash and no date. That’s the story of a bathroom attendant who’s life is passing by as he spends his days earning little money and catering to men’s restroom needs.
But all things change one day when he’s approached by a desperate man who asks him to get in his car so that he can take the carpool lane and be on time for his busy life. This leads the bathroom attendant to leave the smelly bathroom in which he’s spent his life and instead lead the life of a successful entrepreneur. He begins a business in which people can rent a person to save time by being able to drive in the carpool lane.
Things go smoothly until his workers demand more than he’s able to give. Ultimately, he decides that he can’t meet their needs and that even with all his money, he hasn’t been able to get a date. He goes back to being a bathroom attendant and finally achieves his goal of getting a date when he meets his counterpart in the ladies bathroom.
In the 13 minutes that this short film lasts, it manages to remind us of a valuable lesson: money doesn’t buy love and happiness. If we can stop pitying ourselves for a moment, we might be able to find love in our surroundings. We just have to look with our heart rather than our fears.
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