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the eric update - day 624: where does that bath water go anyway?

odin has never appeared to suffer from the relatively common fear of being swept down the bathtub drain, but he does seem perpetually perplexed about where all that water goes.

it must be staggeringly difficult to put all the pieces together when you're missing key pieces of knowledge about gravity and plumbing, but i suspect he's putting together quite a fantastical "just so" story.

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3/21/2006 06:50:00 PM 1 comments


a familiar pose! my toddler will also watch the water go down just like that, and will shreik like made if we try to remove her before the water's gone...

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