#1
Yeah, it is just a Cool Story Bro scenario, BUT you are welcome to share similar moments with us all so we can have a laugh together.

So, yesterday evening I was home alone and I only play my Metal through the speakers when my parents aren´t home (no need to bother them) so I put on some Monolith Deathcult (Death Metal? I dunno, they are br00tz) and I felt a certain urge to strip my clothes off because its 40 Cº here in Spain right now and just sit around my room. A door right next to my room is the door to the bathroom, and after a while I felt another urge, the one to download data from my internal hard disc that is my body. So, I left the door open to hear the music and I sat down on the can. No big deal.

Now, here comes the funny. I had left my mobile on the sink the day before when I came back form a party and while I was sitting there in my best moment, it rang. Out of pure reflex I grabbed the phone and answered it. So, this could be just a cool story if it was a friend, one we would laugh about. If it had been anyone I didn´t knew I would just have hung up, and I would have done the same if it were my parents. I even would have done if it was my girlfriend, but since I dont have one that is not a problem. But nay, this person on the other side of the line was my GRANDMOTHER. I talk to her once a month because she live so far away.

So, there I was, I could barely hear her over the music, I was in the middle of something and couldn´t just leave and you don´t just hang up on your only grandmother.

So she said "Hey, how are you. I can barely hear you, there is some music in the background. It sound very modern, could you pleeeeease turn it down?" and I had to say "No, no can do."

The next seconds were very weird, as she asked why and I said I was on the toilet. Sometimes that can sound acceptable, but in this situation, it wasn´t.

Anyway, there I was, naked on the toilet listening to metal with the door open and my grandmother in the mobile. So what did I do? I talked to her, like a boss. For 10 minutes.

So, there you go. Anyone had a similar situation?
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#3
I can see why your grandmother only calls once a month.
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#7


Close the bathroom door next time , unless you can't reach it
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#8
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Close the bathroom door next time , unless you can't reach it


Yeah, that was a detail I shouldnt have left out. I couldnt reach it.
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#9
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#12
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why didn't you just run and pause your music?


Did you miss the part where he was taking a shit or what?
#14
^ Lefty is right. I was.
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#16
I do it with pride. And I was good into the conversation, so I just sat there.
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#18
Sure I could. But I didn´t. Why is it that the Pit always want to see if the story is true or not true by finding small "flaws"?
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#19


Anyway, that has got to be one of the dumbest stories I've ever heard.
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#20
Similar, weird, and different.
While a teenager in the '70s, after school one day, I had the radio on our console stereo and it was blasting out some song or another, don't recall. I also felt the urge to take the Cosby kids to the pool, so stripped down and sat down to do my business. A new song I had never heard came on the radio. When the chorus to the song came on and I heard "Ooo ooo that smell, can't you smell that smell?" I nearly fell off said toiled laughing so hard. I could barely finish what I was doing because of the hysteria that ensued. So there I was, pooping(or trying to), laughing at the song and the actual "smell that surrounds me". Of course I had no idea at the moment what it was all about. Then paranoia set in. How is it that the radio station knew I was going to take a shit right at that moment and so decided to play that song for me? I just had to know so I finished my business and called the station to relay my story to them. We all had a good laugh and they announced on air that it happened. So friends, for a very brief time, in Minneapolis, in the '70s, many many people were laughing at me taking a shit. End.
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#22
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so you were naked taking a poop and talking to your grandma while listening to death metal.

Very cool story bro. Very cool.


Don't forget, if it was a friend, he said they'd of shared this moment together later. That's where it gets cool ofc.
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While a teenager in the '70s, after school one day, I had the radio on our console stereo and it was blasting out some song or another, don't recall. I also felt the urge to take the Cosby kids to the pool, so stripped down and sat down to do my business. A new song I had never heard came on the radio. When the chorus to the song came on and I heard "Ooo ooo that smell, can't you smell that smell?" I nearly fell off said toiled laughing so hard. I could barely finish what I was doing because of the hysteria that ensued. So there I was, pooping(or trying to), laughing at the song and the actual "smell that surrounds me". Of course I had no idea at the moment what it was all about. Then paranoia set in. How is it that the radio station knew I was going to take a shit right at that moment and so decided to play that song for me? I just had to know so I finished my business and called the station to relay my story to them. We all had a good laugh and they announced on air that it happened. So friends, for a very brief time, in Minneapolis, in the '70s, many many people were laughing at me taking a shit. End.


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#26
that was a long and detailed description for a terrible story.
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#28
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Similar, weird, and different.
While a teenager in the '70s, after school one day, I had the radio on our console stereo and it was blasting out some song or another, don't recall. I also felt the urge to take the Cosby kids to the pool, so stripped down and sat down to do my business. A new song I had never heard came on the radio. When the chorus to the song came on and I heard "Ooo ooo that smell, can't you smell that smell?" I nearly fell off said toiled laughing so hard. I could barely finish what I was doing because of the hysteria that ensued. So there I was, pooping(or trying to), laughing at the song and the actual "smell that surrounds me". Of course I had no idea at the moment what it was all about. Then paranoia set in. How is it that the radio station knew I was going to take a shit right at that moment and so decided to play that song for me? I just had to know so I finished my business and called the station to relay my story to them. We all had a good laugh and they announced on air that it happened. So friends, for a very brief time, in Minneapolis, in the '70s, many many people were laughing at me taking a shit. End.

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#29
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Similar, weird, and different.
While a teenager in the '70s, after school one day, I had the radio on our console stereo and it was blasting out some song or another, don't recall. I also felt the urge to take the Cosby kids to the pool, so stripped down and sat down to do my business. A new song I had never heard came on the radio. When the chorus to the song came on and I heard "Ooo ooo that smell, can't you smell that smell?" I nearly fell off said toiled laughing so hard. I could barely finish what I was doing because of the hysteria that ensued. So there I was, pooping(or trying to), laughing at the song and the actual "smell that surrounds me". Of course I had no idea at the moment what it was all about. Then paranoia set in. How is it that the radio station knew I was going to take a shit right at that moment and so decided to play that song for me? I just had to know so I finished my business and called the station to relay my story to them. We all had a good laugh and they announced on air that it happened. So friends, for a very brief time, in Minneapolis, in the '70s, many many people were laughing at me taking a shit. End.


That is pretty awesome.
#30
A mate of mine regularly makes his weekly calls to check up on what's going on while he's having a crap. It's more disconcerting when he's calls and he's not.
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