Humans invent a revolutionary new article of clothing that can absorb urine and fecal matter and be disposed of, allowing one to simply answer nature's call without having to interrupt their business. They call this a "diaper" which sounds incredibly awesome and is fun to say. It has a cool name, and it is incredibly useful and only logical to use on a regular, 24/7 basis.
Surely this invention will revolutionize the world as we know it! But alas, the very humans who had the genius idea to create it just as quickly limit it to infants, who have not yet developed the mental capacity to understand just how amazing the diaper is. The great invention is wasted, as humans shun the very idea of anyone who is not an infant wearing and/or using a diaper. Instead of using diapers to continue about one's day uninterrupted when nature calls, they instead choose to silence the phone and make nature wait.
Has anyone else ever thought of it this way before? Seriously, where the hell is the logic in that at all? The diaper is literally among the best inventions of the human age, so how does it make any sense at all to deliberately and intentionally discourage its use? What, is it too easy? Is it too cool? Is it too progressive? Come on, diapers are the future! Or at least they will be, if the human race as a whole learns some common sense.
They have a jackhammer, but they choose the rock chisel instead.