Reappearing toothbrush

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Reappearing toothbrush

Postby davepoobond » Sun Oct 26, 2014 6:37 am

this seemed funny enough to share.


I brushed my teeth with a toothbrush on Saturday morning at about 4 AM after a party. It was getting kinda bad, so after I used it i threw it away in the trash can. I put a new toothbrush, a red one, in the toothbrush holder.

I woke up at around 12 PM, went into the bathroom again at around 3 PM. The green toothbrush, which I had thrown away less than 12 hours ago into the trash can was back in the toothbrush holder, along with the red one.

WTF???


I threw it away again. I took a shower, went out to dinner, came back. I told the story to a couple of roommates and they were freaked out. I hadn't been in the bathroom at this point, and one of them said the toothbrush was back again.

I couldn't believe it. I went in there with them and it was there AGAIN!

I threw it away a final time, and we put it on top of a tampon to make sure that it didn't get out of the trash can again.

This is a series of strange occurrences going on in the bathroom -- USED razors have disappeared from the trash can, toilet has been full of shit and not flushed repeatedly, and the toilet paper essentially disappears because the trash can fills up.

We have a senior citizen that lives with us, and we know it is him doing all of this stuff.

So, today in the morning, I was awake at 5:30 AM -- the senior citizen guy had already gotten ready and left by that time... and I notice there is now a new toothbrush that isn't mine in the toothbrush holder all of a sudden. My green toothbrush had been the only one in there up until the point where i replaced it.

This begs the following questions:

Why is he now all of a sudden using the toothbrush holder after the previous events with my old toothbrush?
Why was he taking MY toothbrush out of the trash can -- TWICE -- and putting it back into the toothbrush holder along with my new one?
WAS HE USING MY TOOTHBRUSH????? IS THAT WHY HE WAS DIGGING IT OUT OF THE TRASH CAN???? WHAT THE FUCK???????????????
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Re: Reappearing toothbrush

Postby terrisus » Sun Oct 26, 2014 6:54 am

If you're using a shared space with other people, keep items which come in direct contact with your body in your room/personal area, not in a shared space.

davepoobond wrote:WAS HE USING MY TOOTHBRUSH?????


Obviously :S
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Re: Reappearing toothbrush

Postby davepoobond » Sun Oct 26, 2014 8:40 am

I've never had this issue before. I may have to start doing that with the toothbrush at least.

I'm going to have to talk to him about the bathroom stuff today, though. Not flushing and using my toothbrush is not going to fly.
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Re: Reappearing toothbrush

Postby Freaky Fred » Sun Oct 26, 2014 9:02 am

yeah, he definitely thought the green brush was his and had been using it all along. I bet he figured you were disgusting for not owning a toothbrush.

now he thinks you're a total ass for throwing away his favorite toothbrush :nuke: :nuke: :nuke:
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Re: Reappearing toothbrush

Postby davepoobond » Sun Oct 26, 2014 10:34 am

Yeah, pretty much.


So, let's say we were sharing a toothbrush. What sort of issues should I be worried about? Can i get diseased gums or something from this or is it just going to be "more germs" than i otherwise would have gotten? :-S
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Re: Reappearing toothbrush

Postby terrisus » Sun Oct 26, 2014 12:29 pm

davepoobond wrote:Yeah, pretty much.


So, let's say we were sharing a toothbrush. What sort of issues should I be worried about? Can i get diseased gums or something from this or is it just going to be "more germs" than i otherwise would have gotten? :-S


You may as well have been having sex with him.
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Re: Reappearing toothbrush

Postby Freaky Fred » Sun Oct 26, 2014 12:30 pm

well if this dude had no problem using a toothbrush that he pulled out of the trash multiple times..

I think you may have more than a few extra germs in your mouth
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Re: Reappearing toothbrush

Postby miterreader » Sun Mar 01, 2015 11:02 pm

I looked through it and still laughed at my posts in there, does that make me a bad, conceited person?



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Re: Reappearing toothbrush

Postby redgee34 » Sun Mar 08, 2015 10:37 pm

The real thing that does me is DUDE FORMAT YOUR SHIT. Fuck, some sentences ending with punctuation, some not, sometimes caps.
Just gross to look at them on the list.
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Re: Reappearing toothbrush

Postby Wolfy » Fri Aug 07, 2015 11:40 pm

I thought at first that this was just some kind of amusing e-story that you found online. But...did this really happen to you? Also, you don't need to go living with some oldster like that, especially not a gross one.

I hope you told him off, packed his stuff in a suitcase and threw it on the sidewalk(after you collected rent money lol).

Really though, I've witnessed someone using a water jug as a urinal before, that they previously had their water in. If I hadn't thrown it away, they probably would have refilled it with water.
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Re: Reappearing toothbrush

Postby Spot On J2K » Sun Aug 09, 2015 9:41 am

Wolfy wrote:Really though, I've witnessed someone using a water jug as a urinal before, that they previously had their water in. If I hadn't thrown it away, they probably would have refilled it with water.

I really hope you're talking about a resident
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Re: Reappearing toothbrush

Postby Wolfy » Sun Aug 09, 2015 8:02 pm

Spot On J2K wrote:I really hope you're talking about a resident


Unfortunately yes, although I'm sure some past co-workers of mine would have attempted to do the same thing, had they the anatomy for it.
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Re: Reappearing toothbrush

Postby davepoobond » Tue Aug 11, 2015 11:24 pm

i keep my urine in a jug as well, not for drinking, mind you, but for looking at.


also, yeah the story is real and the old man is still here.
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Re: Reappearing toothbrush

Postby Wolfy » Wed Aug 26, 2015 4:40 am

A few words from your old friend Wolfy. Get rid of the old man, right this very minute. Don't worry about rent, someone else will come along and pay his share. Just do it now. You don't need to live with some gross old dude...
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Re: Reappearing toothbrush

Postby davepoobond » Wed Sep 02, 2015 12:34 pm

i dont have power over that.
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Re: Reappearing toothbrush

Postby Wolfy » Fri Sep 04, 2015 11:08 pm

Why not? :violin:
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Re: Reappearing toothbrush

Postby davepoobond » Sat Sep 05, 2015 4:42 pm

i just live here i dont manage it
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