By Anonymous - 25/01/2010 15:27 - United States
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All you fucktards getting on her for peeing in the bathtub need to hop off. Your piss is sterile, so she's not wallowing in her own filth. All you judgemental assholes know that you pee in the tub too so back off. What if she can't use the neighbor's bathroom? Did you idiots ever consider that notion? No? Then get some common sense. Gosh, you dicks act like she can't clean the tub when she's done.
That's not "gross". First of all, a lot of people pee while showering because it's good for athlete's foot, not to mention is easier than going to the toilet. Second of all, I'm sure she rinses it down - it's not like she's just bathing in a tub of urine. And all the soap running down should further clean it.
#16, it actually is really gross. When I was like 6 or 7, I thought it would save time to just pee in the tub while I was in the shower, and I made sure it all went down the drain and rinsed the tub with soap and water. And yet, somehow Mom could still smell it, and I definitely got yelled for peeing in the tub. While you may think it's fine and conserves water or whatever, if other people can smell your pee while they're trying to clean themselves... ewww. The toilet is your friend.
If you own your own house, and for w/e reason haven't gotten your toilet fixed, YDI. That's so nasty...
have you asked a neighbor if you could use their toilet? that seems like it might be a little easier...and possibly a bit more sanitary!
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Yea thats pretty gross. But if you really wanted it fixed you could have gotten it done. But you obviously like the situation your in...lol nasty! FYL
Actually, most plumbers wont come for a repair unless the landlord calls them. I had to wash dishes in the bathroom sink for 2 months once, because our landlord wouldnt call the plumber and they refused to come fix it without her authority. Our kitchen sink, and dishwasher, were draining into our basement. We also ended up ruining a bunch of stuff that happened to be in the area of the leak, because we didn't notice it right away. OP probably has no control over fixing it.
I wasn't implying that a dishwasher, or kitchen sink was a necessity. Nor can i find any information that says it's illegal to have a broken toilet, and that plumbers are required to respond immediately. Or about fridges for that matter, though it isn't particularly relevant.
In most cases the landlord is required to maintain the property's features (including plumbing, appliances, etc) that existed at the start of the lease throughout the lease. if you choose to lease a place without a fridge or toilet (or choose to supply your own) that's your choice, but if you lease one that includes such features the landlord is normally obligated to maintain them.