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    I can relate to cat hair and fur balls too! I don't mind at all if my pets are sick because I luvs them and they're my kitts. I can pick out the fur, or clean up the mess in the litter box. But if it were children or people getting sick..... I'd woof my cookies.

    My twin sinister is hilarious. She can't stand the sight of a furball. And it's just fur, and maybe some food, or grass, and um, tummy juices. But all natural and identifiable. Unlike human stuff. Ewww. I even hate it when I get sick.

    Anything found in food from a restaurant.. blehhhhh! Can't. Swallow. Any. More. Particularly a hair or a bug.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArchieComic Fan View Post
    It's funny you mention that - for some reason if it's one of my pet's hairs I wouldn't be disgusted. It's just the human variety that makes me gag.
    Which is hilarious because the human hair is probably MUCH cleaner than the pet hair.
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    Roadkill, and dead animals in general. When my son was much younger, he always wanted to go back and look closely at the roadkill...and, of course, I would NOT! Boys can be so gross!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by misskitty View Post
    I can relate to cat hair and fur balls too! I don't mind at all if my pets are sick because I luvs them and they're my kitts. I can pick out the fur, or clean up the mess in the litter box. But if it were children or people getting sick..... I'd woof my cookies.
    Same here and I've proven that this week. My new boxer, Reyna, has a touch of Kennel Cough and has been hacking up globs of gook all over the place. I feel so bad for her but I scoop up the stuff with a tissue and wipe up after with a cloth. She's my baby. But I don't think I could handle that from a toddler.

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    Little sacs of mystery stuff hanging from web-like strands - off of the patio table, from the eaves of the garden shed, under the bench at the back of the yard. I don't know what's in them (spider eggs? snoozing caterpillars? leaf mould?) and I don't care - they just give me the willies big time.
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    Sounds like spider eggs, Rattus. And yes, they are gross.

    Where I live we have tent worms, bag worms, whatever you want to call them. I have a tree outside my back door that gets covered with them before the summer is over. The only way to destroy them is to cut the limb off and burn it. The creepy part though is that you can see those worms inside that net like thing just working their little selves to death. I try to avoid looking their way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muduh View Post
    Sounds like spider eggs, Rattus. And yes, they are gross.

    Where I live we have tent worms, bag worms, whatever you want to call them. I have a tree outside my back door that gets covered with them before the summer is over. The only way to destroy them is to cut the limb off and burn it. The creepy part though is that you can see those worms inside that net like thing just working their little selves to death. I try to avoid looking their way.
    OMG, your post also gave me the big time willies and now I am scratching myself like a stray cat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Muduh View Post
    Sounds like spider eggs, Rattus. And yes, they are gross.

    Where I live we have tent worms, bag worms, whatever you want to call them. I have a tree outside my back door that gets covered with them before the summer is over. The only way to destroy them is to cut the limb off and burn it. The creepy part though is that you can see those worms inside that net like thing just working their little selves to death. I try to avoid looking their way.
    Muduh we have those too. We call them silk worms. Don't know if that's what you have but they do create an eery looking web in the trees. We leave them alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rattus View Post
    OMG, your post also gave me the big time willies and now I am scratching myself like a stray cat.
    I'm trying to get this picture of you with your foot up behind your ear!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Muduh View Post
    Sounds like spider eggs, Rattus. And yes, they are gross.

    Where I live we have tent worms, bag worms, whatever you want to call them. I have a tree outside my back door that gets covered with them before the summer is over. The only way to destroy them is to cut the limb off and burn it. The creepy part though is that you can see those worms inside that net like thing just working their little selves to death. I try to avoid looking their way.
    I grew up with those! Tent worms are what we called'm. We'd also have to burn them out. But that bothered me. Tent worms fascinated me!!! Especially when you take your hand and reach right into the tent city.. grab a handful and pull your hand out, when you do..the tent is sealed up in your palm and all the worms are wriggling about and it feels neat in your hands! Or.. hmm. Maybe this little "joy" isn't for everyone.


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