ALRIGHT. REAL TALK. This is not some youtube click bait.
Here I was, trying to destress from a long hard week, decided to aid myself in the calming process by taking a bath with a lush bath bomb. It was chill, everything was nice. Obviously, you have to light a candle in the bathroom while taking a bath, it's just something you do right? WRONG.
I was just minding my own business, taking my bath, catching up on Riverdale (which is really great btw and totally has me hooked) and then my candle went CRAY. I'm talking, all of a sudden I hear this noise and I look over and the flames are triple the size they should be. Not even gonna lie, I started to panic, I didn't know what to do but I was like well I'm in a tub full of water, lets use that. So I throw some water on it, the candle makes this horrible sizzling noise and the flames get even higher and I back up a little more, terrified of getting my eyebrows singed off. I decide one more try, just one more and if that doesn't happen then well it's been a good life.
SO HERE WE GO, ONE MORE TRY. I chuck as much water as I possibly can onto the candle and the candle EXPLODES. I'M TALKING CRACKS, SHARDS OF GLASS INTO THE BATH TUB, HOT WAX EVERYWHERE. #thanksbathandbodyworks. I was left legit #NAKEDANDAFRAID.
Incase you don't believe me, I will insert a photo of what my candle looked like after.
Things I have learned:
1. Bath and Body works candles get scary
2. I thought the only fear of baths was drowning, apparently I was wrong
3. I have the worst luck