Ok. In one sink is a hairdrier. Still plugged in. The other is filled with broken glass. What do I do?!
Nvm. Bloody hand trumps dead. Also, where is gauze.
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I've yet to meet a hairdryer that couldn't be unplugged.
Or one that couldn't be moved....
What is with the SAW dilemma??
turn off the breaker that powers your bathroom and unplug the hair dryer. Use a shop-vac to clean the glass and water out of the sink. Safety first.
Cough BULL SHIT Cough
Unplug the hair dryer?
Or... If the sink had water in it as well it would still shock you when you unplug it, you idiots.
No not an idiot, I thought of that. However, the text did not include that detail so I assumed it was not the case. Therefore, I made the comment I did and I'm sticking to it. Ass.
*detail... didn't want to be called an idiot again.
Maybe I'm missing something, but what are you correcting? I think you spelled detail right the first time.
Yeah for whatever reason my computer displayed it with detail cut off until I refreshed the page. Apparently I'm destined to look like an idiot one way or another.
Just put on rubber gloves............... Ones with padded fingers. No shock, no cuts\n\nkthxbye
When in doubt, flip a coin!
Rule: Nobody messes with the Zohan. Exception: Chuck Norris.
I'm making an educated guess that this person is either high on something, or drunk.
Whats so important about using the sink anyway...if all else fails theres always a tpilet right next to it!
Where the fuck r u? Who has a bathroom like this?!