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By  TrentJ  |  11

I can understand walking into a glass door, but if you were walking towards a mirror, wouldn't you see your own reflection and decide, "hey, maybe I SHOULDNT walk into myself."

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By  TrentJ  |  11

I can understand walking into a glass door, but if you were walking towards a mirror, wouldn't you see your own reflection and decide, "hey, maybe I SHOULDNT walk into myself."

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  fishinpink  |  20

#9 but what if the ceiling has mirrors too?! and the floor?! and they're all curved and rounded together with no straightedge meeting point?!?!?!! ahhhh!!! *cries hysterically and slams self onto the floor throwing her fists screaming WWHHHYYYYY???!!!!??!!?!*

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  fishinpink  |  20

#5 ikr me too...as I commented a little further down I have already conditioned myself to do this in the past...I'm just waiting on the room full of mirrors to see just how bad it turns out for me

By  MrGrammar  |  4

It's refreshing to read that this airport has gone to great lenghts to improve the customer experience by adding that fun house mirror maze. Next time you fly, try to find the Ferris wheel!

By  fishinpink  |  20

Hahaha omg when I was 12 we were on vaycay and I walked smack-dab into the glass door in front of my whole family and friends....that was going onto the patio to sit with my dad...I did it again 5 minutes later going back inside...so mom had this brilliant idea to just close the screen door right? haha. wrong. I nearly ripped the screen off walking back out onto the deck with my dad and omg I NEVER lived that shit down. but seriously self: 3 times with 20 minutes? not. cool. regardless we ALL had a good laugh at my expense. what makes it so much worse tho is that I was still BLONDE back then...I still am but I much prefer the black. (at least this way I kind of look like I have some common sense left in me right?)

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