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Do NOT use the wife's shampoo!

Discussion in 'Tips and Tricks' started by bnye, Sep 21, 2012.

  1. Soooo...

    At 3:30am my 4 yr old son started screaming for me. I ran to his bedroom thinking he had had a nightmare or something. Finding him relaxed, I asked: "What do you need bud?" He says, matter of factly: "It's dark out." I say: "Yes.? you need something?" He says: "A glass of water would be good." I get him a glass of water, give him a kiss, go back to bed and stare at the ceiling for 30 minutes. Realizing I'm not going to be able to fall back asleep I decide I should do something productive and get dressed to take an early morning jog. I put the leash on the dog and wonder why I have to literally drag him out the door. (Please note I am now a believer that dogs do truly sense 'danger'.) We jog 50 yards, we both see a flash of sorts, I feel something wet hit me, the dog jumps straight in the air, I think "that's weird, what was that?", inhale...and all questions are immediately answered. Apparently Pepe La Pew was a weeee bit startled.
    1 gallon of white vinegar - pointless. 2 quarts of cider vinegar - no good. 1 bottle of the wife's 'expensive' shampoo - highly advise against that. Tried baking soda. Who knew baking powder looks exactly the same until you rub it into a wet dog. He looked like a 4 legged biscuit when I was done. So, to make a long story long-
    The internet, and a good friend recommended-

    1 gallon of water.
    1 quart of hydrogen peroxide.
    1 cup of baking SODA.
    1 tsp of Dawn dish-washing soap.

    As a result, the dog is allowed back in the house and I am allowed back in bed...Well, maybe after I buy her a new bottle of shampoo.

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  2. Thanks for recipe.....and the advice! Haha!

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  3. Nimrod

    Nimrod Staff Member Super Mod Mod

    I've always heard to use tomato juice. I hope I never need to find out!:yikes:
  4. 4 legged biscuit! Too funny!

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  5. Awww man, that had to SUCK!!! Hope I NEVER experience