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I fished out a dead baby skunk out of my pool tonight....
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He/she was not there last night.........looked about 4 months old.....I poured in 5 gal of liquid chlorine and scrubbed and vacumed and changed the DE sand. It's a 20,000 gal pool and I hope it is OK.






06-25-2009 09:07 PM
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No photo?





06-25-2009 09:13 PM
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LuMPyPussy Wrote:No photo?

In a trash bag in the barn right now.........


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06-25-2009 09:33 PM
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Yeah, but where's the skunk?





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LuMPyPussy Wrote:Yeah, but where's the skunk?
I have a hard time taking pics of dead skunks in a bag in the barn........Damn you! I have people really wondering about me now!..........Bitch!::irk::






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he lies. that's his hairpiece. ::lmao::






06-25-2009 09:44 PM
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I thought it might be his pubes.





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jackboots Wrote:he lies. that's his hairpiece. ::lmao::

It kinda freaked me out when I was told "I think something fell in the pool last night" It was floating next to the steps near the Tiger Lillies........dead animals never change, they do smell better than a dead humanbody though.

Hey! I have hair!!!!:;beat::






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Why is Maggot showing a pic of his hairpiece?






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Maggot Wrote:He/she was not there last night.........looked about 4 months old.....I poured in 5 gal of liquid chlorine and scrubbed and vacumed and changed the DE sand. It's a 20,000 gal pool and I hope it is OK.

You freak! You are always involved in some animal situation. Where do you live, in the middle of a forest? What is DE sand?






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Middle Finger Wrote:Why is Maggot showing a pic of his hairpiece?
::bang:: crap,shit,fuck!!!!....Get OUT of the pool! All of yas!!!!






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Middle Finger Wrote:
Maggot Wrote:He/she was not there last night.........looked about 4 months old.....I poured in 5 gal of liquid chlorine and scrubbed and vacumed and changed the DE sand. It's a 20,000 gal pool and I hope it is OK.

You freak! You are always involved in some animal situation. Where do you live, in the middle of a forest? What is DE sand?

Diatomaceous Earth little fossils.

Diatomaceous earth consists of fossilized remains of diatoms, a type of hard-shelled algae. It is used as a filtration aid, as a mild abrasive, as a mechanical insecticide, as an absorbent for liquids, as cat litter, as an activator in blood clotting studies, and as a component of dynamite. As it is also heat-resistant, it can be used as a thermal insulator.






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It's his fucking mustache...






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A light for skunks Smiley_emoticons_biggrin.


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