First World problem, yes, but it is something we've always wondered.
Why are the main toilets, including the parents' room, at the Majura Park shopping centre positioned down a seemingly endless corridor?
Any day you'll see people do the quick-walk down the corridor, behind Chemist Warehouse, as if they might have not completely accounted for the long walk to the loo.
And the addition of ever-so-slightly passive aggressive signs on the wall of the corridor to the toilets suggests the centre is reacting to some complaints and trying to make people feel better about the walk.
The signs say: 'Almost there...' 'Not much further....' and 'You made it!' like shoppers have somehow reached the top of Everest.
But we're obviously reading that all wrong. And the signs are meant as just a playful distraction.
Apparently the toilets are the legacy from when the building was Brand Depot and the plumbing configuration wasn't changed.
A Majura Park spokesperson said: "There are three sets of toilets in the centre.
"We have heard from shoppers about the set of toilets behind Chemist Warehouse.
"Unlike a mall, there are no shopfronts in that corridor for shoppers to look at as they pass, so we added the playful directional signage."
So, there you go.