By anonymous - 03/07/2011 04:47 - Canada
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A couple of things. One, when I painted my patio about three years ago, the person who sold me the paint told me to put make shift fence around it. Thats just logic. Does OP really think that in the day or scat o that it takes for the paint to dry no animal will cross the pation What about an ant or so. Second, The smell of paint is really strong, so the cat probably wont come near your patio unless there is something else to attract it, such as food left outside. Third of all, for the cat to cross your patio and leave tracks, the paint would have to be REALLY thick.And if thats the case, then you should learn how to paint correctly, because if the paint is that think, it wont dry for days. Next, if the cat did make tracks, you could just wait for them to dry and then cover it up. Not a problem. dont worry OP, youre lifes not going to end because you have cat footprints on your patio/
115. please. just shut the fuck up. this site is to post shit that happens to you. if you dint think it's an fml then hit ydi and then leave it. the comment section is to voice your opinion and/or make fun of or feel sorry for OP. it's not to bitch about random stuff and ruin a thread with an argument. keep your opinion to yourself or deal with the fact people will have different views. if you can't deal with that. Gtfo this site.
111- What type of chicken in the hole are you? First you were telling vexis58 not to assume, and now you're saying "sloppy canadiens are most likely to use such a word". This is an incredibly pointless argument. Did you guys only read one word in the FML because that is all that you seem to be posting about.
Undry? Most people I know would just say "wet paint".
The only time you don't want a pussy roll up on your door step...