“Hey Room, I Have A Question. “
About 20 minutes before this comment, Tab had asked the room if you can lay new carpet on top of old carpet and got a resounding no from most of the room (it was pretty hilarious, going off on different tangents, etc). As Suzy and others pointed out, she has a bad habit of asking questions when she really doesn’t want to hear most or any of the answers. So then this. now call me jaded (not the roomie named jaded, i mean jaded jaded) but I have a gut feeling she is itching to ask the room some type of question about this AA battery washed incident. knowing her chat style (lack of), lets ponder what ones she could possibly ask.
1. Does this void my washer or dryer warranty? 2. If the acid leaked out, will i get poisoned? 3. Is there anything that could have washed down the drain that will poison the environment? 4. If #3 is yes, will the EPA be able to track where that came from and charge or fine me? 5. If #4 is yes, will they be able to tell it came from MY washer? 6. Is this how acid washed jeans are made? 7. (When she is asked if the battery actually shows any kind of damage) Why does that matter? 8. If the battery isn’t visually damaged, can i still use it in the remote or will it ruin it? 9 down dating tips. How long does the battery need to be in the dryer to completely dry?
When she realizes it’s actually a AAA battery and not a AA, she repeats all of the above questions just to make sure it doesn’t change anything. Read more