Wherever you go, you'll find people whose passions spill into their responsibilities -- like the artsy barista who creates a four-toned masterpiece out of the specials chalkboard, or the taxi driver well versed in unexpected points of interest, like your destination. For accessible restrooms and so much more, try Diaroogle.com. D's a G-map, blog, and ratings system "for the discerning, on-the-go defecator who is brave enough to use a public bathroom, but still demands a hygienic and private bathroom experience". Beyond excelling at ingress strategies, it shows promise of becoming a guide to both host establishments, and even general NY lifestyle. Some high/lowlights (rating based on cleanliness/accessibility/privacy): Waldorf Astoria's Bull & Bear, 570 Lexington Ave, at 51st. This wizened patrician's haunt sports luxe lavs (floor-to-ceiling wooden stalls, marble floors, gold faucets) accessible from the street, though proper attire's required to get inside. Once re-zipped, the site editor claims the bar's also "a great place to meet classy and very attractive hookers. Is it weird I feel flattered when I'm propositioned by good-looking hookers?? How low is my self-esteem?" This relatively clean, freely accessible, low-traffic pisser supports a shop that tosses excellent salads, but offers inept morning breakfast service: "When you order an egg and cheese in the morning, the cashier opens up the tinfoil with his dirty fingers to see what you ordered. Hey idiots: Have the cook write the order on the wrapper like every other deli on earth." 110 6th Ave, at Broome. This deplorably unkempt, oppressively tiny bathroom's only plus is a mysterious "Stolen Baby on Board" sticker on the lid's underside. However, the Spinach and Cheese Enchiladas are apparently the bomb. Limited to Manhattan now, Diaroogle plans to expand to the outer boroughs and then go national. They also take user submissions, so fire away if your responsibilities include working, and your passion is not working.