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You're in a restaurant lavatory and dip your hands under the faucet when you suddenly feel the brush of a cold hard surface as your hands hit the back of the sink.  I hate that feeling.  It seems gross to me and makes me attempt to wash my hands that much more thoroughly.  Yet again, I have found myself trying to wash my hands in a sink where the faucet has been placed too far back in relative position.  It doesn't happen often, but I do see it more than I think I should. Maybe I am hyper observant, or perhaps I have ginormous hands.  I am doubtful on both.  I do believe, though, that there should be a standard minimum distance between the flow of faucet water and the back of a sink.

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