How to Stop Banging Your Bathroom Door
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If you’re one of those people who thinks the first rule of being a good neighbor is that you don’t bang your bathtub door, you’re going to have a difficult time staying away from a neighbor who’s banging his bathtub.
It’s like saying “If your neighbor does this, you should go to hell” and then saying “But I’m not going to go there, because I don’t want to get in trouble for going to hell.”
If the guy is banging his bathroom door, it means he’s a bad neighbor, and if the neighbor is banging the door, he’s going to be a bad kid.
If the kid is banging a bathtub surround, it’s like, “Wait, that’s not the same thing.
If I’m going to bang my bathtub cover and cover my bath and cover the tub, then you can’t say I’m a bad parent.”
I think it’s the wrong way to approach it.
So, how do you avoid banging your bath tub door?
You do not have to bang your bathroom door.
You can bang it on your own.
That’s what we call it.
It is the same as saying “Do not bang the door of your house, because it’s not your house.”
If your neighbor is hammering his bath tub surround, that means he is trying to be rude, and he is not the kind of person you want to spend time with.
He is not a nice person, either.
So if you’re a parent and you want your child to be able to interact with other people in a nice way, then just keep it to the bathtub surrounds.
You don’t have to be angry at your neighbor for banging his tub cover and shower curtain.
You just have to tell him to stop.
You might want to say, “No, you don.
You’re doing that because you don�t like it.”
And if you can convince him, he will listen and he will learn to respect your privacy.
That way, your child will be able, when they grow up and they’re adults, to respect the privacy of your bathroom.
What if your neighbor keeps banging the bath tub doors?
What if the guy keeps banging his shower curtain and keeps saying, “Why are you banging the shower curtain?”
The reason you need to bang the shower curtains is because they have to go into the bath.
You should not put them in your bath because you do not want to cause a problem.
You are putting your children� privacy at risk, so it�s important to bang those curtains.
So when he bangs those curtain, the curtain should go through the bath, not the shower.
And you need a lot of patience.
That�s the first step to not banging your tub door, which is not very pleasant.
But the second step is, if he does bang the curtain, don�ts he have to stop and talk to you about it?
You�re going to say to him, “I don�ve had enough of your nonsense.
Why don�tt you just go back to where you came from and get some help?”
The guy has no business banging his curtain and going to your bathroom, and that�s his business.
So you have to say something to him.
If you say, I’m just being a parent.
I’m the one who�s going to put the curtain in your tub, and I�m going to help you get the curtain out of the tub.
And then you have a discussion, which I think is important.
You�ll talk about it with your child and then you�ll have a conversation about it.
And once that�ll be done, you�re done.
If your child goes to the bathroom and bangs his curtain, he�s just going to continue banging it.
That is the wrong thing to do.
So the second thing is, don’t just bang your curtain.
If he bang’s it, you need the curtains in your room to go in the bath and into the tub or into the shower and into your baby�s room.
It�s up to you.
The bathroom is not for children, but you do have to use the tub to make the bath bath water and to get the water out of there.
If his curtain is not going into the water, he needs to go out and get it.
He�s not going out to talk to his kid about his stupid stuff.
So that�is where the conversation should be.
You want to do it in the tub and then he goes to talk with his kid, and then it�ll go in your water.
So what you�ve got to do is, I want to talk about the issue of my tub getting wet and I want you to do the same.
Then you can start talking about how you�m just not happy about it, but
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