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    I'd get in, I usually get peed on undressing mine anyway do it's probably the cleaner option

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    Ever been in a public pool? Or someone else's pool? Guaranteed theres more than one little boys pee in there!

    Jump in!



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    A) jump in without a second thought

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    Thanks ladies for making me feel better about choosing option A!

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    C) Stay out take bub out.

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    I probably wouldn't even notice, but it'd be so diluted it's not like it would bother me.

    I hate baths though, I feel like a lobster getting boiled alive... there's no way I'd want to get in anyway. lol.

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    I'd jump in.

    I don't get the freak out that people have about pee in the bath?


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    If it took 20 minutes to fill it would be pretty dilute. Enjoy your bath.

    My dd often gets my foot when I have her in the shower when I am reaching in to soap her up. Have to say, for a little girl she has amazing forward projection.
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    At least you won't get tinea.

    Enjoy your bath!

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