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Ipods in the Bathroom

by demaman / September 8, 2006 2:52 AM PDT

Molly said that people don't know when they are taking their ipods to the bathroom and thats the reason for all the accidents on airplanes and such. Anyways, I disagree. I know when I take my ipod to the bathroom. I mean, they don't have music in there, how am i suppose to enjoy music w/o my ipod. And then puting the ipod away or leaving it (so someone could steal it) is more trouble then just leaving it on. What do you guys think?

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Take a blackberry instead
by cardsbb9 / September 8, 2006 3:07 AM PDT
In reply to: Ipods in the Bathroom

Then email your loved ones to describe your progress.

Actually, I rarely take my Nano to the toidy. I do take a magazine instead. I can leave the magazine for the next guy after I am done with it.... and if it drops it won't likely go into the toidy, nor will it break if dropped.

Plus, there is just something that just 'works' about reading while sitting and ****ing that doesn't work for head-banging to music.

(or doing an air-guitar either)

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Try Jazz or New Age
by robstak / September 8, 2006 6:14 AM PDT

I've found it centers me in my visits to the office Silly

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