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FML - The follow-up
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Hay OP here, yeah I know it's my fault, I seriously fucked up. The original argument was about him spilling his coffee milkshake all in my car and on my purse, but that's water under the bridge now. I normally do check all the pockets before I put them in, I was just in a rush. I told him stright away and the wallet and keys are salvageable but the phone very much not. He's attually really chill about it bc he knows I didn't mean too and I am going to help him sort out a new phone asap. Always check your pockets folks!
By bigbagofnope - / Friday 17 June 2016 20:17 / United Kingdom
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By  KingSquisher  |  13

If you put the waterlogged phone in some rice it will be good as new the next morning. The rice attracts Asians who fix the electronic device. (This is a joke and is not meant to be taken even slightly seriously)

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  TheTacoMan  |  24

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  andrmac  |  25

It says nothing about a hamper maybe they argued and he said f this I'm taking a shower and just dropped his clothes on the floor and op picked them up and washed them. Even still not your clothes zip all zippers unbutton all buttons and feel outside of pockets or inside to be sure not to wash money or in this case everything this guy has on him when he walks out the door.

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  bigbagofnope  |  25

Hay OP here, yeah I know it's my fault, I seriously fucked up. The original argument was about him spilling his coffee milkshake all in my car and on my purse, but that's water under the bridge now. I normally do check all the pockets before I put them in, I was just in a rush. I told him stright away and the wallet and keys are salvageable but the phone very much not. He's attually really chill about it bc he knows I didn't mean too and I am going to help him sort out a new phone asap. Always check your pockets folks!

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  KingSquisher  |  13

If you put the waterlogged phone in some rice it will be good as new the next morning. The rice attracts Asians who fix the electronic device. (This is a joke and is not meant to be taken even slightly seriously)

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Rice can help. Or, putting your phone in the oven with just the light on. DO NOT TURN THE OVEN ON, JUST THE LIGHT. Overnight is usually good. I don't know about after having run it through a washing machine though...

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  manofmerr  |  26

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  GhostFox  |  33

Rice draws out moisture in things- it's why some restaurants and households put rice in their salt shaker. The rice attracts moisture that would otherwise clump the salt together, and the salt largely prevents mold. In the case of a phone, in can draw moisture that is trapped in circuits out, which can be enough to save them.

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  neverready  |  25

You can also try some of these silicate packages, if you have any, they come in new handbags or something like that to keep the moisture out. Rice will also do. Just put it in a bowl with rice or the silicate packages and wait.

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  Ayasha_fml  |  12

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  iamdman  |  21

This is a toilet seat up down argument. They are his clothes and his things, his logic. I don't think you are wrong but he isn't wrong either. It's a preference call and its up to the people in the relationship to work out a solution.

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  epicgamer  |  18

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By  awspinks77  |  7

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  pandalover69  |  26

Sometimes you need the clicker to keep the car alarm from going off on your car. When the clicker was going out on my old car I couldn't just unlock the door with the keys if I'd used the clicker to lock it. It was an older car, so I know a lot of the newer ones don't have that problem but we don't know anything about this guys car. All we know is he's going to be very upset when he finds out what happened to his phone.

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  jmcr  |  27

easy to miss if youre just dumping them in at once. a large load of clothes can be heavy so the keys and phone probably wouldnt be so obvious. unless you put each piece of clothing in one at a time....

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