The Reddit user explained that she lives with her brother and their two dogs, one of which is on allergy medication that makes her pee a lot.
The OP was making her skirt out of a fabric that was discontinued from the store. She had layed everything out on the floor when she got up to feed the dogs and take them outside to the bathroom.
When she came back inside, she noticed the fabric was wet and realized that the older dog had peed on it. The Redditor says she screamed, "No," and the dog's name.
Of course, her brother came rushing down the stairs thinking the dog had escaped or something terrible had happened. When OP told her brother what had actually happened, he told her she was overreacting.
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Here's how people reacted.
Well, dogs "tend to pee on things."
"The dog didn't do it out of spite or something."
"Any project worth working on should not be left on the floor."
"You aren't 4 years old!"
It's your own fault!
"That's not helping your dog."
"You way overreacted."
Why so much attitude?
There's no need for it.
"Where do you get off?"
What's your take on this situation? Do you think the OP was being reasonable in reacting the way she did, or was she completely out of line here?
Dogs make messes, after all, and it's not their fault. Screaming about it isn't going to solve anything.
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