By Anonymous - 26/05/2019 17:15

Today, I got a call from my 14-year-old step-daughter while I was out. She'd left nail polish in her pocket when she'd tried to wash the clothes. I now have hot pink streaks on most of my work clothes. FML
I agree, your life sucks 1 740
You deserved it 132

Same thing different taste

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Kick her acetone! If that doesn’t work, make like the streaks are your nod to #MeToo and breast cancer awareness.

Are you the same person who put their laundry through a wash with a Sharpie in amongst it? Because I'm torn between deciding if you're having a streak of bad luck (pun intended), or if you're just too dense to check the pockets before washing the clothes.

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Kick her acetone! If that doesn’t work, make like the streaks are your nod to #MeToo and breast cancer awareness.

Are you the same person who put their laundry through a wash with a Sharpie in amongst it? Because I'm torn between deciding if you're having a streak of bad luck (pun intended), or if you're just too dense to check the pockets before washing the clothes.

I’ve never heard of a nail polish bottle unscrewing its cap in the wash and the glass is EXTREMELY shatter resistant. I thoroughly doubt this story happened.

zeffra13 31

I'd believe a kid didn't screw the cap back on all the way.

This has happened to me before with white nail polish and can confirm that it’s very possible. To this day I have clothes I couldn’t get rid of with white streaks all over them

simcityguy09 19

Capital punishment is acceptable

Kids make messes and ruin things. It's part of the whole 'kids' deal. Might I recommend establishing a 'turn pockets inside out from now on' policy? And possibly some lessons on how to Google 'wow, I ****** that up, how do I fix it?'. You'd be amazed how often cleaning problems can be solved with a good forum...