“I know I’m lazy with the little things”

January 27, 2007

The Bathroom From Hell

Filed under: Uncategorized — stuckinreverse @ 3:24 am

“You die!”

Those are the two words I screamed from the bathroom. I was screaming at the damn toilet bowl. It seriously has issues. One: It leaks. Two: The toilet seat moves around. Even if you try to keep still during a ten-second peeing, it freaking moves! Gawd, I hate that bathroom. Why do guys’s bathrooms always suck? I was going for a shower but found out the water wasn’t running. So I had to get out of the shower stall naked without that clean, fresh feeling. My sister used the bathroom a couple of minutes after I went inside. When she got out, I told her she couldn’t take a shower because the water supply is nil. She told me the faucet was working fine. Water supply was pretty all-out. Well, shit. It’s the bathroom conspiracy against me.

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2 Comments »

  1. at least there were no overflows, eh? That’s happened quite a few times with our toilet….damnable septic tank! I hate when the seat moves around. And when you can’t figure out the faucets…so you get scalded or chilled to the bone……or you dye your hair and then the hot water heater poops out on you and it’s ice water that you have to drench yourself in….that or fry your hair off lol

    Comment by Jen — January 27, 2007 @ 5:10 am

  2. I know what it is, the UNIVERSE is conspiring against you! Yep that’s it. Anyway, I hate it everytime the toilet tap moves everytime you try to sit o_O

    Comment by Sarah — January 28, 2007 @ 1:28 am


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