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By mzgabbster - / Sunday 24 October 2010 12:21 / United States
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  lm27  |  13

this one time, there was a spider on the wall of my bathroom whole I was peeing so I freaked out and peed all over the wall to kill it....I missed and had to clean the mess up too..

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  Quest_  |  35

What I meant to articulate was that I would, hypothetically, be so overcome with shock and fright that the sheer velocity of my fear dump would have resulted in said slop exploding from my anus to splat all over the pants on the bathroom floor which I had previously discarded to bathe.

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I realize that as a ferret owner, this might sound hypocritical, but the pet snakes I've met have all been rather stinky. Anyone know why that is? That puts me off more than the common ick factor.

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  DocBastard  |  47

tencents - Are you sure it was a girl snake? It it were a boy, that would certainly explain the propensity for your boobs. Jane - I can't explain why snakes smell, but I liken it to the "wet dog" smell. What's that all about? How can every dog smell EXACTLY the same when wet?

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  sarah48_fml  |  47

I had a pet snake (red tail boa) and he never smelled, nor did his cage. I cleaned his cage every weekend. I have a few friends that have owned snakes and some of their snakes smelled because they didn't clean the cage often. If the snake is a boa, the cage gets pretty nasty if you don't clean it due to the mouse/rat guts and blood. Snake poop also smells really terrible lol.

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