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Old 05-07-2012, 12:31 PM   #21 
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Also, my brother's cat likes to steal his socks and decorate the hallways and stairs. So there are always disgusting smelly socks all over the floor. Always.

My cat drags dirty clothes downstairs every day. We come home and the kitchen is full of dirty underwear, socks, my bras, whatever he can find. We are not very good getting things into the hamper, lol.
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Old 05-07-2012, 02:01 PM   #22 
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My cat drags dirty clothes downstairs every day. We come home and the kitchen is full of dirty underwear, socks, my bras, whatever he can find. We are not very good getting things into the hamper, lol.
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Emma will chew up my undies and shorts. So I have TRAINED myself to pick those items up. Unless I want em destroyed xD
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Old 05-08-2012, 01:31 PM   #23 
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At my college, there is this one guy who will sit in the computer lab, picking his nose. The sight is so disgusting. Who the heck picks their nose in public like that. I feel the need to wash my hands and sanitize after coming out of the computer lab.
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Old 05-08-2012, 01:37 PM   #24 
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Yesterday I went to slip on my shoes and it was wet and squishy inside....the cat had puked in my shoe.
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EW! Bad kitty!
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Old 05-08-2012, 04:51 PM   #26 
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Yesterday I went to slip on my shoes and it was wet and squishy inside....the cat had puked in my shoe.
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kitty had left me a lovely present right outside my bedroom doorway
I'm STILL trying to get the stains out :P
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Old 05-08-2012, 06:05 PM   #27 
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kitty had left me a lovely present right outside my bedroom doorway
I'm STILL trying to get the stains out :P
One of my cat's is a chronic puker so I probably have tried every stain remover on the market. After trying some very expensive products, the one that works the best is L.A. Totally Awesome that is sold for $1 at Dollar Tree. Nothing works better!
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Old 05-09-2012, 12:45 PM   #28 
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One of my cat's is a chronic puker so I probably have tried every stain remover on the market. After trying some very expensive products, the one that works the best is L.A. Totally Awesome that is sold for $1 at Dollar Tree. Nothing works better!
We use Simple Solutions Oxy Charged. Best working product we've ever bought. Flood with solution and leave it to do it's work. Come back the next day and poof, its gone.
Only had to reapply it a few times for kitty's present.
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Old 05-10-2012, 09:52 PM   #29 
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I have to share a bathroom with my 15-year-old sis who is going through that "Who needs to shower everyday?" stage and my 22-year-old brother.

Also, my brother's cat likes to steal his socks and decorate the hallways and stairs. So there are always disgusting smelly socks all over the floor. Always.
I actually think (please don't hate) not showering every day is fine. As long as you still wash the vital bits (underams etc), your skin can benefit from not being scrubbed all the time. I only wash my hair once a week.

My grossness of the day - rat poop explosion. Sigh. My messy little boys. Why do they have to tread it in to the fabric beds?
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My father walks out of the shower naked so I try to stay away when I hear the water stop. I'm a grown man but I still find seeing your family in their birthday suits rather awkward.
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