By sucked_in - 23/7/2015 02:32 - Australia - Perth
Today, whilst vacuuming, I stupidly decided to vacuum the bathroom drain to see what would happen. Turns out it will cause stinking septic water to get sucked into the machine and spew all over the walls, ceiling and vanity. It also causes the vacuum cleaner to stop working. FML
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  trollcrusher  |  17

OP, don't play with adult toys, especially without supervision. If you thought your drain really needed cleaning, there are multiple ways that do NOT involve disabling your vacuum, and I'm sure a quick google search could've told you that.

By  MrThump  |  16

What did you think was going to happen? Maybe a cool didgeridoo noise? Fuck your in Aussie, all sorts of snakes and spiders could be lurking down under them drains!

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  JustinJK  |  21

Shit, if going to bed one night at the age 17 and waking up the next morning as an 18-year-old is supposed to somehow magically make you an adult, then I'm fucked. That whole process completely bypassed me. I guess I'm screwed for the rest of my life because I have no other opportunitues to become a mature adult.

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  JustinJK  |  21

^That wasn't my point at all. Mine was that just by turning 18 you don't magically become an adult. Off-topic, sorry. I grew up with cleaning ladies and had never touched a vacuum cleaner until I got my first job. I'd never think of sticking the hose in the pipe lol.

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  Devtyro  |  14

#36, re-read the FML, says septic. Your toilet, shower just about every drain in your house goes to the septic tank. So yes, there would be shit.