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OMG!!!! I walked in on my mother-in-law when she was using our bathroom!

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posted on Oct, 23 2014 @ 03:01 PM
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originally posted by: skunkape23
You should have peed in the sink and then carried on like nothing happened.


^^ this...is how you master a situation like that!!

When you're dealt awkward (even if it's of your doing), deal it back at least double, and appear oblivious to there being anything amiss.

A thought to add to the sink move... Do it with your pants at your ankles, like a kid's first attempt at using a urinal.




posted on Oct, 24 2014 @ 09:46 AM
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All too funny!!!! But I know what ya totally mean. Its so true. Walked in on a few myself. But gotta remember that its not your fault they didn't lock the door. And life goes on as usual cause it's just another naked person



posted on Oct, 25 2014 @ 09:45 PM
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a reply to: Char-Lee

I wonder if he took the locks off out of a habit. Perhaps someone had fallen in the shower or died and they oculdn't get to them because the door was locked.



posted on Oct, 25 2014 @ 10:08 PM
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a reply to: boncho

Your real name wouldn't start with an S would it? My daughter once told me her significant other had the hots for me.

If you would like to know what I thought about that... I thought there was something wrong with that boy if it was true...

As for why I was still nice... I just assumed it had to be some kind of a joke that I perhaps misunderstood... because stuff like that just isn't ... nah... just nah...



posted on Oct, 25 2014 @ 10:13 PM
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a reply to: WeRpeons

In most households a shut door is enough... most people, out of respect, do not open a door that is shut. No need to lock any door to keep people out.

This is how most people think, myself included. If my children have respect, they will knock on any door that is shut - and only open a shut door once they have permission to do so.

You may want to warn people in the future, that you keep your doors shut all the time, and if they want to keep you out, they must lock you out. Fair warning is imperative, since most households don't keep doors shut all the time - and most people have no need of locking their family out. My kids never once walked in on me... ever, and I didn't have to use a lock one for that to be that way either.
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posted on Oct, 26 2014 @ 01:29 AM
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originally posted by: OpinionatedB
a reply to: boncho

Your real name wouldn't start with an S would it? My daughter once told me her significant other had the hots for me.

If you would like to know what I thought about that... I thought there was something wrong with that boy if it was true...

As for why I was still nice... I just assumed it had to be some kind of a joke that I perhaps misunderstood... because stuff like that just isn't ... nah... just nah...


No, it's not. Unless you change your mind, then it definitely starts with an S.



posted on Oct, 26 2014 @ 01:54 AM
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I lived with a woman for 15 years. She asked me to take the door off of the bathroom because it made her feel claustrophobic.
The entrance to the bathroom was in the bedroom. I just had to get used to her doing her business in the morning.
She wasn't self conscious about it so I just learned to not let it bother me.
One morning I remember really having to relieve my bladder and she had the pot occupied.
She told me to go in the sink or get in the shower.
I asked if she would spread her legs and let me pee between them.
I got "that" look which I took as no.
I went outside, even though it was freezing, and put my stream between the fence slats into the neighbor's yard.
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posted on Oct, 26 2014 @ 07:13 AM
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a reply to: OpinionatedB




In most households a shut door is enough... most people, out of respect, do not open a door that is shut. No need to lock any door to keep people out.



There's a reason bathroom doors have locks on them. Just because family member have a particular understanding doesn't mean friends or relatives who visit are under the same impression. Would you keep a public stall door unlocked or a bathroom door unlocked when visiting at a stranger or friends house?

I was at my son's baseball game where they had porta potty's. Here's a place where you're out in public and can't trust anyone. I had to use the restroom, and we all know, these porta potty's have doors that automatically shut behind you and a an automatic indicator when you lock it stating it is "occupied". So is it wrong for me to go up to a porta poty and open the door if it says unoccupied? On this day it was occupied, again by an older women, which of course I immediately closed the
door.

Like I said before, why in heaven's sake would you not lock a bathroom door when you're doing your personal business? It only takes one time for someone to mistake that a bathroom is not occupied. A bathroom door closed usually does mean it's occupied, but there are times where people close the door upon using the bathroom, and in my case to keep our dog out. My wife and daughter keep the door a quarter of the way open at times! My habit is usually checking to see if the door is locked, if it is it's occupied!

Respect can be thrown on the responsibility of the person who is using the restroom. It's just as embarrassing for the person who walks in on someone doing their business. I know people who have walked in on someone after asking from a closed door "is someone in there?' The person doesn't hear them and guess what, the door is opened and "hello".

So some posters here think just because a door is closed or partially opened, it should let someone like me know the bathroom is occupied. Again, just because a door is closed doesn't mean it's occupied!! It's when the door is "locked" is when it clearly let's someone know someone is in there.



posted on Oct, 26 2014 @ 09:23 AM
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a reply to: WeRpeons

honestly... my daughters home isn't the same as needing to pee at walmart. This is the first time in my life i have ever even heard of having to lock the bathroom door in someone's home.

The only reason i would feel the need to lock a door would be to keep possible sicko perverts out. Those usually aren't running around the houses of my friends and family.
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posted on Oct, 26 2014 @ 11:38 AM
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originally posted by: sarra1833
a reply to: Char-Lee

I wonder if he took the locks off out of a habit. Perhaps someone had fallen in the shower or died and they oculdn't get to them because the door was locked.


Possible I don't have any idea why, still I could not live like that I would not relax I enjoy privacy and I gave my kids the same.



posted on Oct, 26 2014 @ 02:42 PM
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originally posted by: sarra1833
a reply to: Char-Lee

I wonder if he took the locks off out of a habit. Perhaps someone had fallen in the shower or died and they oculdn't get to them because the door was locked.


I wanted to add to all those who fear something happening at home, the normal indoor locks are not strong and one simple kick would break the locks if no special ones are added.

I would also like to add that we don't live in a perfect world, we live in a world where Fathers are molesting Daughters and Sons and Sisters and Brothers are so filled with hormones and subject to constant barrage of sexual images that they have it hard...why add temptation?

EXAMPLE: A father "accidentally' walking in on a teen daugher for instance may purposefully be daily grooming his own lust by watching pornography of young women not much older than his Daughter. IF we let children and Family members know from day one they have the right to privacy of their own body we stand a better chance of avoiding peoples weaknesses and driving temptation day in and day out.

The door closed occupied policy I would be willing to bet leads to mistakes when distracted people walk in and what about the purposeful accident as i described. Why not put a weak privacy lock unless you have an alzheimer's patient or other special needs in home.




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