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The Swirling Bathroom Vortex of Doom



So I am currently looking after my close friends' dog, Bob*, while they are on holiday. Here's a picture of Bob. He is super cute, loves people, friendly and energetic. I have kind of become his official babysitter so he quite likes me. 

*Name changed for privacy ;)

There is, however, one problem with Bob. Bob seems to think that the bathroom is a giant swirling vortex of doom and if I go into it I will never ever come out again. Whenever I go in and shut the door, he sits outside with his nose against the door and scratches it until I come out.

You might think this is cute. It is cute, but it leads to a problem when I'm in there for any prolonged period of time (like showering or, ahem, other stuff). After a while, Bob tires of scratching and lays down. Right outside the bathroom door. Which opens outwards. 

What this means is that after every trip to the bathroom (that's longer than about thirty seconds)  inevitably ends with me pushing the door to no avail and saying "Bob! Bob I'm trying to come out of the bathroom! Bob, move!" Meanwhile Bob is so excited that I successfully navigated the eighth circle of hell that he actually moves closer to the door and barricades me in even further. 

Sigh. It's a good job he's so adorable.  



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