By bandcamp926 - 05/01/2010 01:02 - United States
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I smell shenanigans. Most lotions are water based, so it wouldn't just explode, it would freeze inside the bottle. Perhaps the bottle cracks because the ice expands, but unless the lotion thawed, and leaked out the crack, it wouldn't just ooze out.
I don't know if lotion explodes in freezing conditions or not, but why would anyone care? Wiping the lotion off the bag or putting it in the wash would take at most 30 minutes of total time to fix. Plus, it's a new semester for every school in America, who cares about your old notes? This is so irrelevant it borders on the non-existent. I mean, are there submitters here who walk around going "the first moderately inconvenient thing that happens to me, I'm submitting this to FML"? Is this what people think of when they think "fuck my life": lotion inside a bookbag?
In my area, the high schools resume after break and have 2 weeks until the new semester starts. And it's also possible that this isn't from a high school student. And though colleges all start new semesters after the break, it's possible that the OP Is taking a sequential class, or would have a need to consult otherwise-outdated notes. And if there were any textbooks in the bag, whether high school or college, the OP is screwed. That shit's expensive.
It's like this numnutz: An expanding liquid could explode a container. At best, you left the cap loose or unscrewed. At worse, the container cracked from the cold and the liquid leaked. I suspect the former. FYL for the mess. FYL for your ignorance. FYL for avoiding responsibility.