Super Glued iPhone

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My 4 year-old decided to super glue the charger into my iPhone. We had to literally rip out the charger from the bottom on the phone. You can see in the picture all the missing prongs from the now ruined phone.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/ahaley13 Adam Haley

    You shouldn’t leave superglue where your 4 year old can get it.

    • Anonymous

      Oh, Adam. Do you not know that there is almost no place that a 4 year old cannot devise a way to get to?

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Heather-McCollum-Schebel/713118242 Heather McCollum Schebel

      Adam apparently has a man-sized safe in which he can keep all things kids shouldn’t touch.  We all know that childproof cabinet locks and keeping things high isn’t enough for a 4yr old.

  • http://www.facebook.com/ahaley13 Adam Haley

    You shouldn’t leave superglue where your 4 year old can get it.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1104916100 Shannon Toney Bowers

      Gee, thanks Captain Obvious.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1104916100 Shannon Toney Bowers

      Gee, thanks Captain Obvious.

    • http://www.facebook.com/jennamariemartinez Jenna DAgostino Martinez

      Seriously!?!? I would have *NEVER* guessed this?! Oh wait…. 

    • http://www.facebook.com/spring.oconnor Spring Frisby O’Connor

       You don’t have a 4 year old, do you?

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1559713776 Sue Ann Margaret Cross

      I guessing if you do have a child, you let your wife take care of all the parenting!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=553103293 Annette Erdtsieck

    Ah Adam, the perfect parent.

  • Lisa Provost

    Adam Haley, you shouldn’t read blogs about kids doing what kids do.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=63208958 Teresa Rush

    maybe it was an attempt to help you make sure you never loose the charger. if it is super glued to it, that solved that problem 🙂
    course walking around with your phone in your pocket with the charger hanging out is a lil awkward to explain

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=721946164 Karen LoParco

    Hmm, what if you left the charger glued in, did it still work, cause I woulda just walked around with a charger hangin from my iphone 😉

  • http://www.facebook.com/jennamariemartinez Jenna DAgostino Martinez

    Adam must not have kids

  • Ethan

    Yeah think Adam should eat a nice hot bowl of dicks and go back to reading the wall street journal. 🙂

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Candi-Kay/100000490264398 Candi Kay

    Sometimes the only sufficient place to hide things from a four year old is the ceiling. If I were to hide every thing my 4 year old twins weren’t to play with there, It would look like some one stapled an upside down dumpsite to my ceiling… And I am sure with the use of chairs and or brooms they’d still get a hold of something they weren’t supposed to have

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Barbara-Smith/100000089503887 Barbara Smith

    Don’t leave super glue or your iPhone where your 4-year-old can get it.

  • Shannon Kunkle

    pretty sure the insurence doesnt cover acts of toddlers lol

  • http://www.facebook.com/JennySykes81 Jenny Ritter Sykes

    I must say – this site should be limited to parents only.  Childless people who leave comments about not letting children have things they shouldn’t have or parents should watch their kids better don’t understand there is a site dedicated to incidents like this because children will find a way to do it no matter how much you put things up and/or supervise them.  I pray you have the most ornery children known to man and they superglue your phone to your face in your sleep some day…and that you come back to the site to send us a pic when it happens.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=570275161 Ashley R Vaughn

      My NINE MONTH OLD can find EVERYTHING that we try to hide.  I can only imagine the shit he gets into when he is 4. 

    • Alexander Borsi

      So, what you are saying is that you lack the ability to purchase a locking toolbox to keep the superglue–and all other dangerous things that you only need once in a while?

    • http://campbell-moore.com/ Tig

      I have yet to have our kids gain access to something like superglue – Perhaps we are just a bit over protective? Not like superglue could be highly dangerous or anything

    • http://campbell-moore.com/ Tig

      I have yet to have our kids gain access to something like superglue – Perhaps we are just a bit over protective? Not like superglue could be highly dangerous or anything

  • hmcnally

    Try an eyedropper (even a q-tip) to apply nail polish remover/acetone on the next super glued electronic connector.  Apply sparingly (1 drop), jiggle the cable loose while wet.  Try to hold device in such a way that liquid doesn’t rush into it.  You might get lucky.

    If the alternative is ripping the thing out w/100% certainty of damaging the phone, what’s the harm in trying a solvent?

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=563072524 Jennifer Mullen

    Just wait til the childless ones have kids, and they get into superglue, or scissors, or whatever, even though they’ve been left in a toolbox in the garage with an eye hook lock on the door leading to the garage.  A chair and a pair of small fingers can open anything.  Necessity, or curiosity, as they say, is the mother of invention.  And frankly, how dare anyone make a negative comment.  The insensitivity of people who were once children themselves, and well, probably can’t find anyone to fuck them in order to procreate, sometimes just astounds me.

  • http://www.facebook.com/benjamin.nelson.733 Benjamin Nelson

    Maybe the kid heard the parents complaining about losing the charger and he/she was trying to help by making sure they wouldn’t lose it