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#235 - kingofunnyjunk
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(04/25/2012) [-]
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#83 - minionofdolan
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(04/25/2012) [-]
Only reasonable commment or repy I could come up with is this little story of mine :3

>Cousin breaks up wiht girlfriend
>Major bitch
>Go to her house
>He needs to get some of his stuff
>Ask to use bathroom
>Go into bathroom
>Pee in mouth wash (alchol disguises the taste)
>Spank one off in the shampoo (thick lol)
>Proceed to poop in the top part of *******
>lulz just gave her an upperdeck
>Leave
>6months later
>never tell cousin what I did
>They get back togethor
>MFW ********.jpeg
>?????
>Profit & lulz forevermore
#125 to #83 - darktoucan
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(04/25/2012) [-]
ive read this somewhere before....?
#127 to #125 - minionofdolan
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(04/25/2012) [-]
Ive posted the same story with my old account before it got deleted.
#130 to #127 - darktoucan
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(04/25/2012) [-]
i guess
#139 to #130 - tcald
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(04/25/2012) [-]
mfw when you used my picture
mfw when you used my picture
#145 to #139 - darktoucan
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(04/25/2012) [-]
is that good or bad ill delete it if you want
#170 to #145 - tcald
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(04/25/2012) [-]
good
#124 to #83 - sahakid
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(04/25/2012) [-]
you should have peed in the top part of the toilet, so that when she flushes pee will come out
#3 - creatoroffunny
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(04/24/2012) [-]
Their face when they read it
Their face when they read it
#297 - imsojelly
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(04/25/2012) [-]
Still ******* milking this OP?
#233 - zakvanloocke
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(04/25/2012) [-]
OP's face when
#211 - frysfrys
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(04/25/2012) [-]
Who the **** just leaves their laundry detergent out for ANYONE to use.. I mean, use your ******* common sense and TAKE the detergent with you...
Who the **** just leaves their laundry detergent out for ANYONE to use.. I mean, use your ******* common sense and TAKE the detergent with you...
#195 - hypervamppkid
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(04/25/2012) [-]
How the hell did they not notice the difference in;

1.SMELL
2.LOOK
3.CONSISTENCY

Must be some real dumbasses if they repeatedly used it, without for one moment, thinking "Wait a second.."

All in all, cheers for you!
#133 - nannerpussy
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#137 to #133 - sprudlebass
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#143 to #137 - WakaTakaBang
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#131 - boredomavenger
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(04/25/2012) [-]
the ancient Romans used to actually wash their clothes in piss because of the acidity/basicity of the urine mixture. It got the dirt out but everything smelled like piss.
#366 - killedkenny
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(04/25/2012) [-]
I want to see their reactions now haha
#105 - kingbulbasaur ONLINE
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(04/25/2012) [-]
Dude, nice. How'd they react?
#48 - squirtygoat
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(04/25/2012) [-]
Should have used bleach, OP.
Should have used bleach, OP.
#388 - bigmacintosheyupp
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(04/25/2012) [-]
IS THAT WHY MY CLOTHES SMELL LIKE TABASCO PISS?!?
IS THAT WHY MY CLOTHES SMELL LIKE TABASCO PISS?!?
#278 - junaiko
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#250 - notsinconn
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(04/25/2012) [-]
I'm sorry but I have a problem with this.

You left your product unattended. Anything that happens to your item after it is left unattended is your fault.

You should realize that you using urine instead of the actual washing detergent can get you sued.

You could have avoided this entire situation if you just brought the detergent with you, but you are technically offering it up.

Unless you put your name on the label before hand and had a viable contract with the building or owner of the building, someone else using your detergent is completely your fault. Legally and literally.

Just saying, you could be sued for doing this if the person finds out that you switched piss for detergent.
#253 to #250 - anon
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(04/25/2012) [-]
**anonymous rolls 87** By your logic it can also be assumed that if you leave your girlfriend unattended and someone has sex with her, it is your fault, because if you aren't with her for all 24 hours of the day something that happens to her is because you were not paying attention and offered her up.


Also he cannot be sued, the person who used it took a product which was not theirs and had no idea what was in it and used it at their own risk. You are literally an idiot notsinconn
#261 to #253 - notsinconn
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Wrong.

You using this claim would assume that the girlfriend does not have free will to decide for herself and she is an inanimate object.

He can be sued because once it is unattended it is open to public usage. Just like if you were to find $20 on the ground.

Im sorry but thats just called Law.
#273 to #261 - xmrragerx
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******* dumbass, so if I leave my car parked and unattended then somebody steals it, it's okay cause it's there for public usage?
******* dumbass, so if I leave my car parked and unattended then somebody steals it, it's okay cause it's there for public usage?
#281 to #273 - notsinconn
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(04/25/2012) [-]
No it's not, cause I'm sure you would have files, statements, insurance, receipts and your license to create the claim that the car used is actually yours.
#294 to #281 - xmrragerx
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I'm assuming that the owners of the apartment he lives in does not provide detergent for their inhabitants since they steal his detergent. So that would mean the person knew they were stealing detergent, yet they did it anyway. So it is their fault they washed their stuff with piss
#300 to #294 - notsinconn
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(04/25/2012) [-]
Just like a 20 dollar bill, once it's unattended it can be in use to whoever finds it.

Just like most laundromats say on the door, they are not responsible for any stolen or used objects.

#320 to #300 - xmrragerx
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(04/25/2012) [-]
That's not true. If the person knows they are stealing the twenty, it is still stealing.
That's right, but he isn't mad at the laundromat for his used item or asking them to replace it, he's mad at the person who used it so that argument is invalid.
#314 to #281 - masterswordsman
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(04/25/2012) [-]
According to this logic if someone stole your car and crashed it because it had faulty brakes they could sue you, even though they did not have permission to use it.
#329 to #314 - notsinconn
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(04/25/2012) [-]
No.

You guys keep forgetting that he crashed the car that someone has enough evidence to claim that he owns and it is probably evident within the car, or with local authorities that have the plate numbers.
#352 to #329 - masterswordsman
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So if he had labeled the bottle with his name and they used it they could not sue because it was clearly labeled as his property. However because it had not been labeled this made it public property so anyone could legally use it. But despite that according to your logic the detergent is now public property, which means he no longer owns it, yet he can still be sued if someone is hurt by it.

You are claiming that the bottle contained too little identifying information and that it was made available to the public, but it somehow had enough for him to still be sued due to ownership
#402 to #352 - anon
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(04/26/2012) [-]
There was no label on this bottle indicating his name, in either of his posts.
#264 to #261 - acefunnyguy
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#258 to #250 - anon
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(04/25/2012) [-]
**anonymous rolls 96** also you smoke mids...dubs beotchhhhhh
#251 to #250 - hanyouvale
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(04/25/2012) [-]
i doubt you know why he did it in the first place, the whole story
#259 to #251 - notsinconn
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(04/25/2012) [-]
www.funnyjunk.com/funny_pictures/3591883/My+little+message/

He laid out a threat, not presenting his name, even though he left it in the laundry room. It's unattended.

www.funnyjunk.com/funny_pictures/3597697/A+little+payback/

He explains the prank, still not leaving his name on the detergent. It is unattended. Making it his fault for public use.

In this one he admits he urinated in the bottle, getting his confession and if he confronts the person about what he had done, that person who was using his detergent can sue him.
#267 to #259 - hanyouvale
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however, you are missing the part that they all have their own detergent and they all were supposedly told that they made a deal to use their own detergent, and personally, idk about you but if i was his roommates or whatever id rather clean my cloths in piss and hot sauce 'cuz i dont find enjoyment being stabbed in the ass. plus it is easier to deal with the piss and hot sause than a stab in the ass.

if anything... consider his room mates lucky.
#397 to #250 - robotrone
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#265 to #250 - philliyoMLB
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(04/25/2012) [-]
Not the person's fault for taking his detergent, but he can't get sued either.
#269 to #265 - notsinconn
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(04/25/2012) [-]
Urine can cause serious diseases to skin and irritation of skin and if consumed (which is unlikely in this case).

If she/he was somehow damaged by this guys decision to piss in the bottle, it is his fault.
#308 to #269 - YoshiBond
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(04/25/2012) [-]
Fun fact, Moises Alou used to piss on his hands for a better grip when at the plate.
#271 to #269 - philliyoMLB
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(04/25/2012) [-]
Yes, but they used it at their own risk, and it will be a very hard case in court.
#275 to #271 - notsinconn
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(04/25/2012) [-]
Its the equivalent to hidden dynamite.

If someone put dynamite in a bag, and that person saw the bag was unattended and opened it and exploded, then he runs out and claims he was the one who blew that person up, its his fault.
#283 to #275 - xmrragerx
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(04/25/2012) [-]
But it's illegal to have dynamite in a bag, but it's not illegal to have piss in a bottle o.O

Plus the people knew they were stealing the detergent so it's their fault.
#285 to #283 - notsinconn
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(04/25/2012) [-]
Wrong.

Urine is a biohazard. It may contain disease. That's why it is only legal to urinate in places that offer that service such as toilets, outhouses, urinals, etc..
#311 to #285 - ismet
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(04/25/2012) [-]
There's no law against peeing in your own detergent. What if you believe that pee makes the detergent work better, so you pee in it, it's your own choice. If some asshole steals from you without permission, it's not your fault.
#319 to #311 - notsinconn
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(04/25/2012) [-]
You are forgetting a few other factors :

Urine is a biohazard.

If he was experimenting on such a design, believe that urine would make detergent better, he would have to test it in a privatised and secure location, such as a laboratory.

Him leaving it unattended presents it to public usage, unless he put his name on it, or made a contractual agreement with the building or owners of the building.
#345 to #319 - ismet
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(04/25/2012) [-]
Normal urine is sterile when voided and therefore does not constitute a biohazard.

You are allowed to do anything with the things you own, as long as it's legal. Urinating in your own detergent is not illegal.

If I leave my bike, with my name written on it, unattended, it's considered to be public usage?

#341 to #319 - xmrragerx
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Here is how the case would go. The person would sue for the pee in the bottle. This guy had proof that he claimed the detergent belonged to someone since he has a picture of the sign he put on the bottle stating that he was going to stab the next person who uses HIS detergent. The person who used it, did so knowing it belonged to someone therefore he was stealing. That means it's that person's responsibility for any harm that comes to them.
#321 to #285 - goochmaster [OP]
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(04/25/2012) [-]
I don't have a disease, though. I don't have sex with random women and I always make sure my hands are clean before I eat. I'm clean.
#346 to #321 - anon
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(04/25/2012) [-]
Doesn't matter.

Your precautions on health are fine. Doesn't excuse urine from being a biohazard.
#280 to #275 - philliyoMLB
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(04/25/2012) [-]
I see your point but it would be such an insane case, if this guy does get sued the lawyer cost would be huge and risky, so yeah this guy did kind of screw himself over.
#270 to #250 - saladinsnake
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(04/25/2012) [-]
Just ganna' skip the paragraph saying why you're a moron. call you a moron and move on with my day.
#255 to #250 - YoshiBond
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How can it get him sued? Let's say hypothetically he likes to wash his clothes with piss and hot sauce, that's a possible reason that he would mix it all in. And besides, it's still his property, so technically the others are stealing. Also it would be the other patrons faults for using it, they didn't have to.
#257 to #250 - ghasteon
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Cant really be sued, Its like if you leave your bike at a bike rack and some one takes it. Its considered stealing. Plus its his to do what ever with, if he want to piss in it its his detergent.
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#166 - numberonesob
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**numberonesob rolled a random image posted in comment #4062293 at FJ Pony Thread ** my face when i used it
**numberonesob rolled a random image posted in comment #4062293 at FJ Pony Thread ** my face when i used it
#162 - sebbiechan
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#77 - doodthedud
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(04/25/2012) [-]
To those saying "lololz ur gonna get your ass beat"

That's called "assault" and is punishable by law. Sabotaging his own products that he never allowed anyone else to use is not a crime, since he didn't use anything that could harm anyone nearby or on accident.

They want to get a criminal charge? I'm sure they can be his guest. Since it establishes clear motive, it'll go a long ways to proving the whole "Thievery" thing which is ALSO a criminal offense.

If I were OP, I'd be willing to deal with a rough night in exchange for that.
#15 - thephoenix
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(04/25/2012) [-]
HFW they come to his door and ask why