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By me / Friday 8 June 2012 14:00 / United States - Carthage
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  epicwaffles  |  7

Well that's pretty crappy. see what i did there? because her mom was ta-... no?... nevermind.

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  hahasooo  |  2

#39 your just rude. #26 those waffles look delicious..or maybe its cuz i jus love waffles! but be nice ppl!:)

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  Cad6  |  24

Locking doors isn't very nice. For all we know, they could have only 1 bathroom, and then the mom would be the awkward person taking a dump in the neighbor's lawn.

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  MrFuzzles  |  5

I always lock my bathroom door, but I sound the shower warning (yell up the stairs) to take care of business before I shower. I like my peace and quiet while I sing Billy Joel and scrub a dub dub. If I didn't have a lock, I'd install one, problem solved!

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  violetsweety  |  24

All doors inside the house have special ways to unlock them. Like a credit card or picking the lock with a toothpick... It's all because a child can get locked inside. But I feel for OP because my grandma leaves the door open when she "does her business", and talks to everyone who is near.

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  The_CL0GGER  |  0

Think about this, let's say you really needed to take a crap, but you only share one bathroom. Your daughter is in that bathroom taking a shower, is it really wrong to go? Talking to you is a bit far but she was only trying to ease the tension. When you say it in her point of view its not really her fault.

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  TheGITP  |  0

It's your family, why should it bother you? Or is it just my family that's pretty open and has chats while someone's on the toilet and someone's in the shower :3

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  PrimeEvilTahir  |  23

Why couldn't OP just tell her off. I know it can come out to be rude but you can simply ask her to comeback when you were done showering and then later nicely tell her that you found that uncomfortable.

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  doctorhook86  |  24

Some of the funniest conversations I've ever had with my sister are when she's showering and I'm taking a dump. Strict no-peeking rule though; we only had one bathroom and it had to be shared.

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  badbadkitty  |  5

What a retarded rule. Yes. Let's take away our kids rights, that will make us better parents! Tell our kids we dont trust them enough to shower behind a locked door. God knows there is some serious sex, drugs, and rock and roll happening while the shower is running!

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  xNephilim  |  18

My mom's house only has one bathroom, so locking the door while you take a shower is extremely idiotic. What if someone has to pee really bad? Plus, what the fuck is wrong with Americans? Are you all really such bad prudes? Damn!

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  chronicfiend  |  0

Who's fault is it that your poor ass mom only has one bathroom in her house?? And who do you think you are insulting americans as a whole like that? Go back to your own country you incompetent piece of shit.

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  PlaidPanda  |  9

38, as a matter of fact, I am a prude towards my family. You Fuck your family!? Whoa there... Growing up, we all used the bathroom while people were showering, just no pooping.

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  Danny0522  |  8

My parents have the no lock rule, but the reason why is because if someone slips while taking a shower, they can come in and help. It doesn't really seem stupid to me, but that's because there is a legitimate reason behind it. Plus I'm hispanic, and that means my parents are somewhat paranoid.

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  xNephilim  |  18

Yeah I'm half American, half German. I lived in Germany for most of my life but I'm still American. It's ridiculous just how prude Americans generally are. I mean, come on. It's your parents. No need to be embarrassed over their bodily functions. And to whoever said my mom was broke, not true. People in Germany generally don't have a bathroom for every member of the family. It doesn't have shit to do with being broke. It's just the way it is.

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  xNephilim  |  18

48, the only reason "snobby foreigners" even comment on your fear of nudity is because it's absolutely ridiculous. You have an entire event basically centered around sex. Spring break anyone? Or turn on the TV. Sex is everywhere. Or the radio. And then, when it's time to actually talk about it or somewhat experience it, the "normal American" has a minor panic attack over it. That's why people from other countries think it's so stupid.

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  PaulB123  |  11

It's ironic that 44 was trying to insult the foreigner and defend America by calling her mom 'poor'. I don't think anyone needs a reminder about the current American economy! Or most places in the world... For that fact!

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  xNephilim  |  18

That and the fact that 44 completely pulled that "insult" out of their ass. It wasn't built on any sort of factual evidence. Just a kid getting pissed and throwing a little temper tantrum.

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  mvems  |  13

44, so disrespectful, rude, and low. I would love to see you insult someone's parent's financial situation to their face. Whatever financial situation you were born into good for you, clearly you're self entitled. I feel sorry for you for being such a little clueless shit.

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  xNephilim  |  18

Yeah, I tried 27 FMLs. Boohoo. Just for the record, I love the US. I just can't stand the idiots occupying it. And go back to your World History class, talk to your teacher, and find out that Germany did not start World War 1. At all. It was Austria-Hungary and, uh, some Balkan country. Over the murder of a duke and his wife. Get your facts straight, you moron.

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  KiddNYC1O  |  20

57- You said it. There's a safety issue involved. While it's fine that someone wants their completely privacy, in the event of a slip and fall it'll be extremely difficult to get to someone with a locked door.

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  Cabirious  |  0

Uh again people. Your parents gave you life, already seen you naked, and as children guess the fuck what. We don't actually own any rights! Yes it's true, we can be searched without a warrant, and our parents can make us do anything that isnt illegal. Like oh my god, I don't know showering without a locked door

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  murphy22  |  6

I've got a no lock rule as well, that's just due to having epilepsy, still doesn't give someone the right to come in while I'm showering unless its an emergency.

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  austin101123  |  3

First off, a no lock rule sounds retarded. What would be the point of it? If their is an emergency and it has to be opened, then use the key that is above the door. Locking it is the way to say 'Do Not Disturb' or to prevent people while coming in on you in a moment of privacy.

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  badbadkitty  |  5

I'm unsure why people thumbs up this.... Thumbs down to disrespect. Srsly.

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  Trisha_aus  |  15

I'm happy to say I can't relate but it made me think of a time when I was showering and my nonno walked in on me..again, clear shower curtain..hmmm add that to the list of not so fond memories

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  loludunnomeee  |  18

25- hate to be a dick, but do you understand the whole "thumbs up" and "thumbs down" thing on this site? Because it seems every single comment of yours I see is buried in thumbs down, and now YOUR telling off this person? Wtf.

By  badbadkitty  |  5

Tell you're mom that as much as you feel like a prisoner under her roof, you are not one, and therefore deserve the most basic human rights of privacy. Say it with a smile. :)

By  KingCeltic77  |  18

My dad does the exact same thing. And when I say not to talk to me, he gets mad and says we're all men, and tells me how the high school football team showers together. I don't really care about the orgies they have in the shower.

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