So we were at a McDonalds restaurant and my 2 year old soils his diaper. So we went to change him in the restroom. I saw a mom and her roughly 7 year old son enter the restroom as we left the play area.
We walk in to discover the only changing table was in the handicap stall. There were two additional regular stalls available for use. The 7 year old "had chosen this stall" his mom told me with a blush as she stood outside to give him "his privacy." The kid took nearly 5 minutes to do his business, make sure he was done with his business, wipe his butt, let his mom check through the crack to see the TP was 'clean,' wash his hands, and dry his hands in the stall.
During this time another lady came in with a walker who needed to use the restroom and clearly could only use the larger stall. The floor was gross, the sink was soaked (woohoo for paperless bathrooms), and it was the type of diaper that I would need lots of wipes and both hands to clean.
I know there have been tons of posts about the handicap stall, but seriously, if you wouldn't wait in line to use the handicap stall put your ass in a regular stall - even if the handicap is available. It's rude for people who have to wait and sincerely need the room or the accommodations in the stall to wait for you because you like to do yoga stretches on the toilet (or whatever reason people like that stall).