It’s called, one of us peed somewhere in your living room so that you can smell it, but you can’t find the spot.
THE GAME BEGINS!
A fellow I used to know played this game in a student house with man-poop.
The longest game lasted 3 weeks, with the offending article being found in the bottom of someone’s margarine tub in the fridge.
Wow! I never realized how curly their tails are! Suki’s is not that curly, unfortunately…maybe if I put a roller around it? Hmmmmm…
You need a black light. They mark the pee spot every time. You might get a little overwhelmed though, finding pee spots you didn’t know existed! One time the Woman thought I peed on the couch, and she was trying to find the spot, and it turned out I had peed on the shirt she was wearing! Hahahahahaha! She was Sooooooooooooooo mad!
HAHAHAH!! Oh Norman, that is amazing. Maybe I’ll do that, it sounds like a good plan!
I could just smell it when I was watching CSI last night, and couldn’t see a stain, but it was certainly pee!
Actually, last night Steve and I woke up and there was a wet spot on the blanket, and I smelled it and it was odor free, so who knows what the hell that was!
Winston’s tail is crazy curly! It’s always been like that. Zelda’s is pretty curly too, but it curls differently, so it looks kind of like an “S” shape when you look at her from above!
I think a curler would work, haha! I like Winston’s tail a lot because it looks like a cinnamon bun, and cinnamon buns are delicious.
Winston’s butt, not so much.
Also, Ultra, that is so gross! Why would you put poop in the fridge next to your food?!?!?!AAAAAHHHH! Although Steve didn’t actually do this, he once sent a message to one of our upstairs roomates that said, “I pooped in your apartment, but not in the bathroom…
THE GAME BEGINS!!!!!!”
I have to play that game, thanks for the idea!
Frenchie Kisses, Balboa
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