@JoeGrabinski dropped his precious soda in the bathroom and took to twitter to live tweet the event because he had happen to spill it on the person in the stall next to him!
If you need a good laugh, here you go!
The story starts with a simple clumsy moment...
Just dropped a full soda with someone in stall next to me. All over their shoes. Sitting here in silence waiting it out. pic.twitter.com/TDjno7UhNP— Joe Grabinski (@JoeGrabinski) May 10, 2018
and then curiosity from the internet (rightfully so)...
Lesson learned, Chad.— Joe Grabinski (@JoeGrabinski) May 10, 2018
Let's not forget that he spilled it on a stranger in ANOTHER STALL!
What could be heard from the other side?— Adam Warlock (@Howsito) May 10, 2018
Also silence. Laughter outside the stall from others. Just gonna wait this one out.— Joe Grabinski (@JoeGrabinski) May 10, 2018
Of course spectators had great advice!
go on the offensive, blame it on them. take charge of the situation.— Daniel Danger (@tinymediaempire) May 10, 2018
OR you could make a paper boat out of a business card and float it under the wall.— Adam Warlock (@Howsito) May 10, 2018
But the best part is when spectators shared their moments of shame!
I did that once with a thing of ketchup at Shake Shack. Victim was wearing sandals so spent the day with Heinz toe-jam.— Alice (@trulynotude) May 10, 2018
Oh man I was getting a shoe shine and guy before me sort of stepped awkwardly and I stepped on his newly mirror-like shoes and it was a tense moment— John Eckstein (@jfeckstein) May 10, 2018
But in the end..
I waited 30 minutes until the coast was entirely clear. Now I just need to change my shoes. The only way they can pin this on me.— Joe Grabinski (@JoeGrabinski) May 10, 2018