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By random / Monday 29 April 2013 21:11 / Canada
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  Bakarra  |  22

Those are some angry questions...no need to yell #1...

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  Bakarra  |  22

I can see how the second sentence is a hypothetical question but the first one isn't? "Why are you embarrassed?" Could easily have an answer and is therefore a question

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  Bakarra  |  22

Excuse me, rhetorical* not hypothetical

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  tswizz  |  13

21 technically they are questions. Any sentence that begins with who, what, when, where, why and how is a question. Inb4 no shit Sherlock.

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  Ambient25  |  24

"WHAT I want to do on the other side with WHO I want and WHERE I want is none of your business. WHEN I go I don't want you to know HOW, or even WHY I decided to cross the road." - The Chicken Yeah those weren't questions

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Cool and yeah I forgot two silly questions marks!! Goodness gracious, please tell me how it affected your life so greatly. Everyone still knows what I meant. But technically I was stating facts not asking, simply because I already know the answers to my questions.

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  doodlecloud  |  26

I don't think it's so much the embarrassment of being in the loo (though that is embarassing enough for some people) as it is that OP was in the loo long enough for the light to turn off. That IS embarassing, even when it's the light's fault for being on a ridiculously short timer. Plus, it doesn't actually say that the janitor said 'I'm the janitor and I want to lock up'. I'm assuming he literally just said 'anyone in there?' otherwise OP would have said something. So he wasn't really to know what consequences not answering would have - he was probably just trying to ignore what he thought was a random bathroom creep.

By  spaboolly  |  26

Seriously? I can understand it being awkward, but come on. All you had to do was say "yes." What, was the janitor going to hang around waiting for you to finish just so he could make fun of you for executing a simple bodily function that everyone does when you came out of the stall?

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  ambitiousnygrl  |  17

Exactly! I have social anxiety, but I'd be more worried about getting locked in and having to draw attention to myself by having to call for help or being discovered when the Janitor unlocked the door the following morning.

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  LO388  |  7

"We have the popular 'everybody poops', and the less popular 'nobody poops but you.'" "Well, you see, we're Catholic..." "In that case, you'll want 'You're a naughty boy and that's concentrated evil coming out of your backside.'"

By  Kruitdamp  |  43

That stinks!

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