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  zandalee  |  19

At least you saved your life! What the hell were you thinking? If dropped in a tub full of water you would have had the biggest electric shock! Live and learn and be grateful you only burnt your hand.


she would not have been shocked if you dropped it in the bath unless she was in the Bath. One does not straighten their hair while in the bath tub. logically thinking op would have been beside the bath, I.e not life threatening.


25- You're only 14, what are you doing talking like that? I don't even see why you commented just to say you don't give a fuck. Personally, I don't give a fuck if you give a fuck or not.

  emilyjgraham  |  34

She wasn't using them whilst in the bath! Although, I will admit it's pretty silly of them to have electrical appliances in the bathroom and if it's necessary because there's nowhere else to go you'd think she'd not be silly enough to use them with a bath full of water! :/

  sofiq  |  3

I agree! I don't think she was using it while she was in the bathtub but it's common sense that you shouldn't use anything that requires electricity near water

  Dunvanation  |  4

Now that's not true freind,
I once had a freind back in Nam. He was a straightener. We was fighting them congs up in a village when a mine blew off my toe nail. I screamed for help but my "freind" just laughed at me and shot me in the face ten times.
It wasn't fun. Don't trust a straightener.

  onlychildFTW  |  33

You would hope so. I don't know it scalding burns on the hands are worth saving something that is generally fairly cheap. Hands are pretty important and burns, well, they just suck.

  vocaloidtiger  |  12

I love watching all the comments posted by dumb teenage girls rolling in that go along the lines of this one (Omg lol well like a least the hairdryer is safe lololol !), instead of addressing the real matter: OP could've had the biggest electrical shock of her life.