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um no. OP obviously was warned about the adverse side affects of having her phone in a humid place. if she realized the room would get humid, why bring a phone into it? it was her fault.

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how's your life fucked cuz of your phone? sidenote: theluckygirl128 your really hot u should email me or i'm me [email protected] screen name-ballernokk

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i take my iphone in the shower w/ me evry day so my mom doesnt go thru it. im typing on it rite now. still works. either ur lying to us or u dropped it in the toilet and didnt wanna sound like a total f*ck up :/

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lately I've noticed that the fmls are turning into petty complaints that are the end result of the peoples stupidity or inability to do as they're told. ie this person

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Why would they be lying? Any some what intellegent person knows that water is bad for electronics and steam is made from water therefore it might not be smart to take your phone in humid places. You're the one that sounds like a dumb fuck, go back to elementary and learn English.

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147- I wasn't asking if they were lying about electronics getting damaged due to water. I was asking if placing water-damaged electronics in rice really works. I really hope your comment wasn't directed to me, because if it was, you just came across as an idiot.

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ok I know this sounds stupid but if you're gonna do that then put toilet paper over your phone. for some reason the vapor don't permeate through it. the screen never gets fogged up or nothin and I take hot showers

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really ppl??? 1 who ever says they text in the shower are liars and 2 why the hell do you need to have the phn in the bathroom while showering????? really? you going to rush out of the shower to answer the call from you r mom?

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If you put it in a sandwich baggie thingy then you could take it in the bathroom while you're in shower... I like listening to music while I'm in the shower so I put my iPod touch in a sandwich bag thingy and it doesn't get wet or mess up at all. I'm pretty sure it would work for a phone... even if it sounds a little ghetto... well I don't kno... :)

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# 21- someone could be expecting an important call, not all calls come from our moms. and plus I like to keep track of time to make sure that I'm not taking too late. and I feel safer when my phone is near me so my brother won't go into my stuff. OP- If you want to take your phone in the bathroom, then just leave it in between clothes or a towel and put it on full blast so that you can hear if a call comes. Thats what I do.

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I txt and shower, and that has done NOTHING to my iPhone. and Maybe some people have lives or jobs they need to tend to...or maybe something important is going on. you know NOTHING about other peoples lives. so stfu.

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#71... sure and I will be filing your insurance claim for your liquid damaged phn in a few days I am sure! bitch! yup I work for the only cell phn insurance company in the USA..

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#50, I'm sure you get a lot of "important" calls when you're still at the age where your brother steals your phone and goes through your stuff. Idiot.

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#120: um, I'm 20 years old and have an important job and important things that I do occasionally have to take care of. I just so happen to have a little brother who likes to snoop through my stuff, mainly my phone. so quit being rude and mean. if you can't be nice then geez, just shut up.

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#120 What are you talking about? Anyone at any age can get there phone taken by there little brother. Duh. You don't even know anything about me, I'm an 18 year old with internships and colleges calling me all the time. I need my phone near me. Don't you feel stupid? Psst. And you called me an idiot.

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#184 - before you mock someone for calling you an idiot, make sure your grammar and spelling are correct. For a 18 year old with "colleges calling you" all the time, I assume that you should have basic communication skills.

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#186. Wow, someone's anal. 1. For your information I have great writing skills. I was in AP English for my last three years of high school. I was just so furious, I was typing too fast and wasn't paying attention. I did realize my mistake when I went back and read it though. Everyone makes mistakes. 2. Basic communication skills? Does my comment 'not' look like BASIC COMMUNICATION skills? Hmm. Do you even know what BASIC communication skills are? If you do, then I'm sure you realize YOUR mistake now.

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3. What, exactly, is wrong with my GRAMMER? Are you talking about "duh", which expresses my annoyance with "idiot" people? Or was it "psst" which is a sound effect which is used in English all the time? Either way there is nothing wrong with my grammer thank you. Besides, FML is not a class, it's a website. I can use slang anytime I feel like it. I get enough of being ANAL at school, I don't feel like being so ANAL about every little word here.

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Just wanted to point out that it is -highly- unlikely that you were in AP English for three years. After you successfully complete an AP class, you take an exam to get college credit for it. Then you can't take that AP class again. However, in response to the OP: I feel your pain. I learned the hard way to always purchase the extra insurence on my phones. :)

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Actually at my high school. If you are smart then they keep you in AP, only for English though, so that you can be challenged. They have different levels of AP classes at my high school. They seperate it by grade level so that they are even harder for higher grade levels. You just don't have to take the AP test if you passed it the first time. It's kind of like honor classes.

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Its fine if you say you're in honors classes, but that's not how AP classes work. In order for it to be considered "AP" you have to get credential from the state because it counts as a college credit and there is no way a college would give you credit for Freshman - Junior English classes. Don't take it the wrong way; I'm not trying to flame you, just stating a fact. (:

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Actually, in order for a class to be considered "AP" you have to get approval from the CollegeBoard company. You submit a syllabus and they approve it, and then the course is considered AP. Whether or not a college accepts it as credit depends on individual colleges, not on the state. AP classes can be at any level, not just senior year. I'm a high school AP teacher, so I've got a good idea of how the system works. Don't take it the wrong way; I'm not trying to flame you, just stating a fact. (:

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Really? is everyone so obsessed with typing little messages on their phones that they cant take a ten minute break? Not only are you then avoiding the risk of water damage, but your actually using the time to clean yourself! yay!

I've taken my phone into the bathroom plenty of times when I went to take a shower. Though, my showers are generally no longer than ten minutes. I guess it really depends on how long your shower was.

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