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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by MoggyBaby, Aug 28, 2013.


  1. MoggyBaby

    MoggyBaby PetForums VIP

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    Arrrgghhh!!!!

    I opened the office window this morning, when I got in, as it was quite stuffy and needed a blast of fresh air..

    It is, however, a also bit chilly and I was just about to close it when the IWC walked in and she is wearing her extra-mega stinky perfume. I don't know which one it is but it's got a really thick, cloying smell that gives me a terrible headache. It doesn't help that she pratically bathes in the stuff as she admits she has a poor sense of smell!!! :eek: :rolleyes:

    So now I have a dilemma - close the the window and be asphyxiated from the stench or leave the window open for breathing purposes but freeze to death????

    Aye.... it's a tough one!!!!
     
  2. Holtie

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    Us lot on here DEFINITELY wouldn't want you to become asphhxiated :eek:
    just leave it a weeny bit open but not so much that you have icicles hanging off you!

    No sense of smell and loads of perfume? Sounds like it could be a mask to hide something worse :eek:
     
  3. MoggyBaby

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    :lol: No, there is absolutely no body odour going on. Just the perfume..... :crying:
     
  4. Lavenderb

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    It'll warm up soon Mavis. Open the window.....oorrrr pop out buy some lentil soup and give her a taste of her own medicine :lol:
     
  5. MoggyBaby

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    Now there's an idea....... :devil:

    Except she has the poor sense of smell so it wouldn't make any difference. :(
     
  6. Lavenderb

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    rona Still missing my boys

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    Air cool sweet air :)

    There is a house around here, I have to walk past it occassionally because Alfie likes going that way :rolleyes:

    It's at least 10' away from the kerb, I've never seen a window open, but..............my does it stink, air fresheners/perfume/fabric conditioner.....I don't know what but I dread to think what it's like inside :eek:
     
  8. cheekyscrip

    cheekyscrip Pitchfork blaster

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    open the window...
    call her to see that lovely pelican flying above...

    turn pushing her really quite accidently...



    close the window.....
     
  9. londongal796

    londongal796 PetForums Senior

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    Glass of water.

    Casual walk past.

    Accidental 'stumble'.

    Spillage of water on dear poor colleague...

    ...Washing away of the smellyness!!

    Problem solved :aureola:
     
  10. MoggyBaby

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    There are four problems with this suggestion...

    1. The window is about 4 ft up the wall so not low down enough.

    2. She is only about 5ft 2in so it would be quite difficult for her to accidentally fall out without me physically hoisting her up.

    3. She is not a lightweight - I'd do my back in whilst hoisting.

    4. We're on the ground floor so she wouldn't be injured enough to prevent walking back in again!!!

    But thank you for the suggestion. :D :D


    Now this one is do-able.................. :w00t:

    Mind you, I think even she has realised how strong the stink is as she has now opened the window nearest to her.

    And I haven't emitted any wind perfume yet either!!!! :lol: :lol:
     
  11. cheekyscrip

    cheekyscrip Pitchfork blaster

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    or buy Febreeze spray?...and tellher that she has a lil stain..then spray..spray..spray...:)
     
  12. londongal796

    londongal796 PetForums Senior

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    LOL!!!!!! You are hilarious!!! :lol:
     
  13. Waterlily

    Waterlily Amused

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    throw her out the window then shut it..... easy fixed :D
     
  14. MoggyBaby

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    Please refer to previous post where I informed how the 'chucking out of window' option was not viable........ :D :D :D
     
  15. Waterlily

    Waterlily Amused

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    *bends for spanking for reading the thread after posting :eek: :D
     
  16. cinnamontoast

    cinnamontoast Sois pas chiant, chéri.

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    Is it in Canada where wearing of perfume is banned? Speak to your manager and complain, seriously. There's a girl at work wears horrible perfume that is very cloying, I could not be in the same room as her. It seriously makes me want to vom.
     
  17. Jesthar

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    Option No. - um, three, is it? or four?

    Anyway:

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  18. Lavenderb

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    Read the effing thread 10 times Lil's, you know Mavis hates thread slackers!!!
     
  19. IrishEyes

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    I'd rather risk freezing to death, apparently it's not a bad way to go considering.. much better than asphyxiation!
     
  20. Waterlily

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    ok :( ......:p
     
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