Lordiego wrote:I will add my personal FAIL to this thread..
we got a puppy, a wonderful, beautiful, pure-breed Airedale Terrier.
Early on, we figured out that if we grab a flash-light, and make the light reflection run across the floor, the dog would go crazy trying to follow it, and in a good 10 minutes of pure adrenaline craziness, she'll expend all her energy (until next time).
All was well and good, our dog is in a good shape, happy, and she is not constantly hyper.
That is, until we had a power outage, and went to grab the flash-light.
Now I'm in the dark, trying to find candles, and my dog is running circles around the house, jumping all over me, because she thinks its play-time.
If only I could quote that whole post I might bring that up with my Psychology teacher, as we are learning about that type of learned behavior stuff. That honestly made me laugh out loud.
ChaoticL0gic wrote:..... At least my beer was always cold.
Well then everything is okay
But honestly, if you wouldnt of had a friend's house to stay over at, that would of been a crappy weekend. This is the problem that occurs often in winter (the whole no heat scenario) that causes deaths because people dont have a sleeping bag or heater. It's not so much a fail in the sense that you were mostly prepared for the situation, albiet specifically.