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[[Category:Yes|Just get the bath over with so you can spend time with mom]][[Category:Yes/Chad|Just get the bath over with so you can spend time with mom]] Yes, Please do this one next--[[User:Foreman|Foreman]]([[User talk:Foreman|talk]]) 02:40, 2 August 2020 EST

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No sense wasting time on the dog just yet. Your powers aren't likely to affect him anyway. The last you knew he didn't understand English. You can always try it out later just in case. The sooner this is over with, the more time you'll have before bedtime.


You enter the bathroom to find Frosty laying in the middle of the room panting contently. The dog pants all year long, even in the middle of winter. With a coat that thick it's no wonder. The room is coated in dust . . . but you'll have to deal with that later. You go to the tub, and start filling it with water. Thinking ahead, you take your shirt off. No sense it getting wet in the process. When the tub is full enough you reach out to turn off the water, and notice the ring on your finger.


You'd completely forgotten about the ring! That has to be it. This all started after you put on the ring. If Dana and Gary hadn't tried to almost run you over you'd have probably taken the ring to the office and someone else would now have the power of . . . whatever this is. You suddenly remember to turn off the water. Time enough to research the ring later. You motion for Frosty to get in the tub, and in an almost human-like way he climbs slowly into the tub, acclimating himself to the temperature. The bath doesn't take long, but combing him out and drying him is another matter entirely. After an hour and a half of work, the dog is clean and dry and the bathroom is relatively clean . . . relatively, after all you aren't a professional maid.


You put on a shirt and make your way down to the living room where your mother is sitting at the end of the couch with her feet pulled up under her watching a hospital drama.


"Hey mom," you say as you plop down on the couch next to her, "how was your day."


"Nothing special," she replies. "I understand Bree and frosty found more than their share of dirt today."


"Yeah, bathing that guy is a chore and a half."


"I know," she says, "but he's worth it." She looks at you and seems to notice something. "Where did you get that ring?"


Think fast Chad, you think to yourself. "You gave it to me last year on my birthday, remember?"


The power shows its effects on your mother, and she says, "Yes, I remember now. Why don't you ever wear it?"


"I don't know. It's a nice ring. I'm thinking of starting to wear it now."


"It looks good on you."


Okay, small talk done. Ring explained. Now to proceed.


What do you do with your mom?