My new phone came today! YAY!! I can now receive calls, texts, and messages without it vibrating like crazy.... now, I just need to activate it. Hmph... That should be interesting....
I apologize for those of you who have been trying to get a hold of me. Starting tomorrow, I will be easy to find! And yes, I will be able to return phone calls easier and send texts without wanting to throw my phone in the toilet. And if I did that, it still would be a BAD thing, because all of you know I hate to use plungers.
Speaking of plungers, yes I know many of you have made fun of me for hating them and that I'm scared to use them. Don't get me wrong, I am thankful we have them. However, I figure in this day and age we could come up with a better way to de-clog our toilets. We should have smart toilets. So if my son throws a roll of toilet paper in there, it should figure out a way to swallow it whole by the push of a button. That way it could take it all with no complaints or gag reflexes. But we all know that doesn't happen how we wish it would. And so the plunger comes in. When using the plunger, it splashes around used toilet paper that's soaked in pee-water. In some cases breaks up the lounging soaked paper and spits surrounding water all over the place. Soon you will hear the sound of a cat coughing up a hair ball that has been lodged in there for a century, and after that you will need to do a series of flushes. Then problem is solved... however, with a toddler, this whole thing is just gross. I will save my money for a 'smart-nonclogable' toilet.
Not only are plungers gross, they can be very dangerous. My cousin once got a plunger thrown at his face. It sliced his head and he needed stitches! (A very true story!) The attacker was his brother. And this happened in the backyard and NOT in the bathroom. The question here is why was there a plunger in their backyard to begin with....?
Moral of my story. Plungers are dumb, and getting a new phone is AWESOME! Brownie anyone?