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oogyda

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Re: Gross Out (Not for the faint of heart redux)
« Reply #120 on: August 08, 2019, 02:18:00 pm »
The toilet stories (funny how certain things trigger memories) reminds me of a time a few years ago when my nephews from far-away state came to visit for a few days.

My DDs invited a couple of friends (who the nephews met before) and had a party. I went to bed around 11pm and the party continued until who knows when.

The next morning I woke up because one of my daughters came in to my bedroom to use the  toilet in my bathroom. She told me that their bathroom toilet was broken so they had to use mine. Followed by a group of young adults (they were all over 21 yrs old) waiting their turn.

Once everybody was done, I got out of bed, dressed, and went to check out the other toilet.

I lifted the seat lid and Oh.My.Goodness! The bowl was full to the rim. Full of TP, pee, and yes quite a bit of turds in there. Not another drop could have gone in without it overflowing.

I took the tank cover off and saw the chain from the flapper to the flusher thingamajig was disconnected. I lifted the flapper, the toilet started to drain and I stood by with a plunger thinking this is going to clog and come back up over the floor. Fortunately it did not. After some chugging it all went down. Phew!

I looked at the group and asked "Does nobody know how to manually flush a toilet?" A teaching moment ensued. ;)

When YDD was in Jr. High, the church youth group went on their annual beach retreat.  The house they rented had 3 floors.  The top one was sleeping quarters for the boys.  The middle one was sleeping quarters for the girls.  The lower one was the kitchen and living room and quarters for some of the adult chaperones.

*Somehow*, the toilet on the girls floor broke, so they "had to" use the one on the boys floor all evening.  Miraculously, it fixed itself in the morning, though. 

Yep, one of the girls (could've been YDD) had taken the chain off the arm.  Kids will be kids....but not one of the adults even looked at the toilet!?!?!!?
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Re: Gross Out (Not for the faint of heart redux)
« Reply #121 on: February 12, 2020, 03:25:53 am »
Reviving this thread. Thanks to my cat.

Ciaran is a very uhm... Cuddly boy. Which is very very cute. But not when I am trying to sleep. I go to close my door for the night and he zooms into my room. I pick him up to take him out and he clings to me, one paw on each shoulder, his little head over my right shoulder.

Sounds cute and not gross right? Well when Ciaran cat gets happy, like say when I am holding him or giving him cuddles, he drools. A lot. It was in my hair. On my nightgown. So yeah. I just got slimed by my cat.
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Re: Gross Out (Not for the faint of heart redux)
« Reply #122 on: February 12, 2020, 03:52:52 pm »
Sounds like such a sweet child! I suggest that before you pick him up you have a towel or blankie handy to throw over your shoulder, as if he was a human child. ;D
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Re: Gross Out (Not for the faint of heart redux)
« Reply #123 on: February 12, 2020, 07:49:58 pm »
A friend works at a dog care kennel, and of course one of the duties is to clean up dog feces.  They do have a scooper for that, but if a dog does it on the one mat it is easier to pick it up using a bag.  One of the larger dogs pooped on the mat, she got a bag and picked it up - and there was a large wiggling worm in it.  GROSS!!

Owner was notified! 

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Re: Gross Out (Not for the faint of heart redux)
« Reply #124 on: October 01, 2020, 10:20:58 am »
As background: We had a case last week where a woman was shot in the eye.

My coworker just walked in, and I thought he said "I'm about to bring you a woman's eye." Needless to say, I was horrified.

What he actually said, "I'm about to need a woman's eye." He was hanging up a picture on the wall, and he needed someone to tell him if it was straight.

Talk about relief.
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Re: Gross Out (Not for the faint of heart redux)
« Reply #125 on: October 04, 2020, 09:10:59 pm »
Sounds like such a sweet child! I suggest that before you pick him up you have a towel or blankie handy to throw over your shoulder, as if he was a human child. ;D

I only just saw this comment and I cracked up. Funnily enough when I am holding him I do put a towel over my arm so he can drool if it pleases him... the spoiled little brat...
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