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Coyote Musings
Coyote handsome
his coat the same brown
as the dust from which he rises


What is the sound of one hand slapping Schroedinger's cat?


The Quantum Duck goes "quark, quark."

September 2010
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Missing Left Sock Beast [userpic]
My day is not improving.

I thought, since I was so tense, that I would come home and take a nice, leisurely, hot bath.


The stopper in my tub doesn't stop.



Possibly too late, but a Handy Tip -- grab a piece of Saran Wrap, and stick it between the drain and the stopper. Should work nicely :-)

It was too late for last night - does it work with the kind of tub where you push down on the stopper and the stopper "locks" in the down position? That's the kind I have. If so, I will definitely have to try it.


Put the stopper in; cover it with a square of plastic wrap, or a ziplock baggie with the zip cut off. The suction will keep the plastic down just fine.

//the things one learn to do!

ahahaha, Helpful Gen should read comments before commenting...

It's not a removable stopper, but I will definitely try this!

You might invest a couple of bucks on a "universal stopper" -- a big flat piece of rubber with a little bump on top for a handle that you should be able to buy in a hardware store's kitchen or plumbing area. I bought one for traveling since, when one travels as cheaply as I do, one often ends up using sinks or tubs with no stopper or faulty stoppers. Of course, if you kick a flat stopper, you lose your water; it can't "lock." :-)

I've tried those and they never work for me in bathtubs although they work OK in sinks.