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Husband Hears Wife Screaming In Bathroom– Sees Her “Accident” & Bursts Out Laughing.

How far are you willing to go for the sake of beauty?

The beauty business is booming, and it seems people are more than willing to fork over the cash for cosmetics than ever before. There’s nothing wrong with trying to look your best; in fact, taking care in your appearance is a sign of good health and positive self-esteem! But a word of warning: when trying new beauty products, don’t forget to read the instructions.

Meet KC and JW Goodwin, a nice couple who are parents of five little ones in Greenville, Alabama.


KC recently decided to try out a new tooth-whitening product in the couples’ master bathroom. The only problem is, she forgot to read the fine print before opening the “activated charcoal” powder, similar to the product pictured below.


In the product’s instructions, it specifically states that you should take caution when opening the container, because the powder may have shifted during handling.

But KC didn’t read the instructions; she just popped that baby open.

Downstairs, JW was relaxing in the living room when he heard his wife start to scream. KC was wailing that she’d had an accident, so, terrified, JW dashed up the stairs to see what was wrong. As soon as he walked into the bathroom, however,  he could not believe his eyes. He instantly burst out laughing.


The contents of the charcoal powder had definitely shifted during handling.

KC was covered in black powder! It looked like a bomb had gone off in the bathroom, and there was powder on the floor, on the bathmat, in the sink… everywhere!

Relieved that the family just had a mess to clean up and nothing worse, JW grabbed his camera and joined KC in a hearty belly laugh over her “accident.”


“Well, smile,” says JW. “Your teeth definitely look whiter!”

We love a couple who know how to laugh with each other over life’s little curveballs!

Watch the hilarious video below, and be sure to share!

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