When the NFL moved its first game in 2019, it added a second, which was a different design than the original one.
The idea of putting a bathroom tile in the end zone was not new.
The original one was a “bathroom wall,” but the original concept came from a different angle, from a woman in a menards bathroom, and was meant to be “a barrier to the flow of the fans.”
It was actually more like a wall of mirrors.
It was a visual representation of a man in a manards bathroom trying to make himself more attractive to the crowd.
And it worked.
The stadium was filled with a lot of people, and the women in the women’s bathroom were able to have more privacy.
The only problem was that it didn’t work.
In the end, the women had to stand on the sideline with their backs to the endzone, and they would be watched by a man standing on the sidelines with his back to them.
The end result: The new concept was a wall with no mirrors, a barrier to flow of fans and a man-made obstacle.
What the NFL did next: The NFL tried something a little different with the new design, adding a third, “wall of mirrors.”
And the result was a complete, wall-shaped wall in the back of the endzones.
But there was one catch.
This “wall” could only be placed in the middle of the field.
The goal was to create a barrier between the fans and the end zones, which is why it was dubbed the “bunker” in the name.
The NFL was happy with the result.
The women’s bathrooms were more secure.
The men were less visible.
The fans were more engaged.
And that’s when the NFL took another look at the situation.
Why don’t we put a “bunkers” in every endzone?
It seems like an easy fix, right?
We know there are a lot more men in the stadium than women, so it makes sense to put a wall at every end zone.
And if we put the women on the other side of the wall, we could have a clear view of the game.
And we could also have a big-screen TV on the field, allowing fans to watch the game in the center of the stadium.
So, what do you think?
Do you think this solution would work?
Or would the end result be a wall that was just another obstacle in the way of the women getting their privacy?
We’d love to hear your thoughts!