By Ben - 19/08/2013 06:21 - United States - Louisville

Today, I found out that if someone flushes a toilet the same time I'm starting the washing machine, my house will flood. FML
I agree, your life sucks 45 258
You deserved it 2 856

Same thing different taste

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Your waste outflow pipes are blocked or clogged up. Call a plumber.


Your waste outflow pipes are blocked or clogged up. Call a plumber.

Kn0wledge123 21

^ Yeah that. Something is clogged.

I don't know if you're being serious or acting like you know what's wrong. *turns on sarcasm detector to a higher level* Could you say it again, please?

I've had to fix this problem in my own house (successfully). So no, I'm not acting like anything. Piss off #24.

Sorry if I offended anyone. I meant it like when someone's acting all smart and they're joking like "it's definitely the phalaxyphus". I wasn't attacking you. But have a good day :)

You know, 39, that picture is just perfect for you.

That's totally what I was going to say, it's definitely the waste outflow pipe thing clogged and what not. You'll probably need a ratcheting PVC pipe cutter, a slip nut wrench, some soft jaw pliers, and some low riding pants.

thrAsHeRr9081 16

Actually it's a great time to leave some of those critters out to drown.

Your comment were very pleasing to my eyes.

Hopefully there's a flood in your brains that will flush out your terrible sense of humor. (Not @ op of thread)

Mosquitoes, wasps, those stupid gnats, etc lol

Eh screw it, I'm just wanting to give you crap for posting twice!

If it's happening with you, I strongly suggest you don't wait for next time.

This is a pretty decent multilevel of FML house floods, person on toilet day is ruined, and the house pipes are messed up. Nice!

150493x 29

That's awful, OP. Hope the flood damage wasn't too serious.

That sucks, do you have home insurance? They can help you with that kinda stuff.

tounces7 27

Dunno why this was downvoted, Homeowners insurance does indeed cover sewer backups. A wastewater backup into your house can do some serious damage.

Huh. Call an electrician/plumber and see of they can sort something out, I'm not a professional or anything, but I don't think that should be happening.

No, no. Floodaxa is completely safe. Side effects, however, may include destroyed furniture, damage to foundation, paranoia, and $400 dollars in plumbing costs. Yep! completely safe and reassuring.

I guess you really do learn something new everyday

That's what you call a watershed moment!