By bubbles - 12/10/2009 05:36 - United States
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I had to re-read it a time or two, but the dog came from outside the tub. I was wondering how a dog in a tub would nudge and iPod in. Also, I've never had a dog who would sit in a bathtub. My experience is that if you have a dog in a bathtub, having music to listen to is the least of your worries!
does no one on here lock the bathroom? or just any doors in general? so many posts about someone walking in on something embarrassing or a pet coming into the bathroom. if you don't want them in there, lock the door. that's why they made them. and OP, if it was that important, you should have gotten a case.
I'm pretty sure you don't even have to lock them. Just close the door, at least. Unless your dog can open closed doors, that's all you need to do. Now, if you dog can open doors, comes in when the door is closed, looks you in the eye, and pushes the iPod into the tub... You should worry about what you're doing to him to make him hate you.
I would punch my dog in, and around the facial area for committing such a heinous crime. >:/
It really doesn't have anything to do with technology. People have been listening to radios in their bathrooms during showers and baths forever, my grandma had a little radio she listened to during her showers and then a little tv she turned on in the bathroom when she was getting ready so she could watch/listen to the news.
YDI how retarded does one have to be to put yourself in such a situation (same applies to those who spill drinks/liquids on their laptops). There is a saying "a fool learns from his own mistakes, a wise man learns from the mistakes of others". Similar things happened to my friends, so I religiously avoid any liquids near my electronics.
umm, your dog is a smart dog
I believe without all this technology, all these poor people would have to be stuck listening to their own thoughts. Where would the world be?