By nevergoingtopeeagain - United States - Richmond
Today, I went to the bathroom on the way to class. After washing my hands, I couldn't figure out how to turn off the water. I finally resorted to asking a professor for help. She turned it off, looked me in the eyes and said, "Please don't tell me you're here on a scholarship." FML
Add a comment
You must be logged in to be able to post comments!
Create my account Sign in
Top comments
  kevi97  |  6

I once got stuck in bathroom at a robotics competition until a janitor pointed out there were two separate doors, one to enter and one to exit.

  itsmegandoll  |  6

The sink could have strange taps you know.

At my high school, the taps aren't necessarily shaped like taps - it's a bit difficult to explain, but they're long, and like a metal stick almost.

I've been going to that school for nearly 3 months and I still haven't figured out how to turn it on and off.

I just carry antibacterial lotion with me now.

But I can sort've relate to OP - he or she might have a weird tap.

  angelwing13  |  5

I just wonder how u "don't know how to turn the faucet off" it's pretty self explanatory. If it's a sensor sink, it goes off by itself, and otherwise, there is some sort of knob

  JMichael  |  25

Some places have those automatic ones that turn on when someone is close and don't turn off until you move away. But I don't believe this is the case with OP's story. I'm guessing the way to turn it off was quite obvious.

  VeganVampyre  |  26

Yeah, I thought that was odd. I can sort of see not being able to turn it on, if its a weird type of tap. But if you managed to turn it on, wouldn't off work pretty much the same way?

  JM71195  |  9

#58 Phi Beta Kappa is not a fraternity, it is the honors society for students with high academic achievements, the comment is supposed to be ironic. You are thinking of things like Kappa Alpha or Sigma Phi, which are fraternities

  \  |  28

Look at Congress.