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By LanaStidolph - / Saturday 2 December 2017 06:00 /
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By  saberjpg  |  2

I call Shenanigans!!! Not only should the backpack kept the majority of the rain off of the products, but the shampoo and household chemicals were most likely in bottles or other type containers that could handle a little rain water. So you would have had to open the containers/ remove the caps, stuffed the containers into your backpack to ensure some spillage, and then left the backpack open during a torrential downpour in order for this story to have actually happened. So, you get nothing! You lose!!! Good day, sir!!!

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By  saberjpg  |  2

I call Shenanigans!!! Not only should the backpack kept the majority of the rain off of the products, but the shampoo and household chemicals were most likely in bottles or other type containers that could handle a little rain water. So you would have had to open the containers/ remove the caps, stuffed the containers into your backpack to ensure some spillage, and then left the backpack open during a torrential downpour in order for this story to have actually happened. So, you get nothing! You lose!!! Good day, sir!!!

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  mitolit  |  12

If they’re poor enough to ride their bike to the store, then I imagine that their backpack may have holes in it and therefore not be completely repelling water. Also if the bottles are heavy enough, one of them could have broken the cheap plastic lid off another bottle. Poor backpack + broken lid on bottle = plausibility. Think outside the box, life is full of endless possibilities.

By  sharond23  |  5

I'm not buying this. were there no tops on theses bottles? not to mention it would have to be a violent rain and a very thin back pack for there to be suds.

By  Mungolikecandy  |  13

Maybe next time do not buy shampoo and household chemicals stored in paper bags.

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