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06/16/2007 08:11:56 AM · #1
Stepping in dog poop without knowing, then getting in a very hot car to drive and being unable to remove it because it is sticky and stuck in the shoe tread.

Message edited by author 2007-06-16 08:35:15.
06/16/2007 09:12:24 AM · #2
Nice....How about thinking you are going to fart and it sounding like thunder but feeling like rain
06/16/2007 09:39:39 AM · #3
and I'm hearing a challenge suggestion here...I think I am
06/16/2007 10:37:08 AM · #4
Back in my early years, a cat crawled up in the engine of my car . Guess I killed it (unknowingly). My car stank for weeks. Not knowing where the odor was coming from I decided to give the car a good cleaning. I had noticed what I thought was oil drops on my carport, so while washing the car I decided to check the oil... well...both mysteries were solved. I had to call a friend to come and remove the body.
06/16/2007 10:53:50 AM · #5
Originally posted by jonfrommk:

Nice....How about thinking you are going to fart and it sounding like thunder but feeling like rain

"Well...I fart fire and then feel rain.
You know the type makes your asshairs singe
the type that even makes your dog cringe
Oh I wish I would not eat jalepenos...again."
James Taylor (sorta)

06/16/2007 10:59:06 AM · #6
My neighbor kept 4 adult dogs in his small fenced-in back yard. He never scooped the poop. And he mowed the grass in his bare feet.
06/16/2007 11:05:47 AM · #7
I had a possum die under my grade level deck in January next to the dryer vent. I discovered it in March when my basement reeked of rotten flesh. The only way to get to it was to remove the deck board over it. I tried to pick it up and it fell apart. Maggots went everywhere and the sight and the stench made me hurl.
06/16/2007 11:09:46 AM · #8
Originally posted by Stiger:

My neighbor kept 4 adult dogs in his small fenced-in back yard. He never scooped the poop. And he mowed the grass in his bare feet.


That is effing sick. But I believe you.
06/16/2007 11:17:04 AM · #9
I paid some dues in a LARGE (Monfort/Swift) packing plant on the kill floor. I swept cattle blood into a drain with a 4 foot wide Sgweegee while standing in 6-8 inches of coagulating blood that looked and acted like an opaque, not quite set Jello. This was in a 30x30 foot area also. That is 600 square feet of blood! Yummmm! Lots of dog food.
Would like to go back and get some pics, now that I think of it.
06/16/2007 11:19:48 AM · #10
Originally posted by Stiger:

My neighbor kept 4 adult dogs in his small fenced-in back yard. He never scooped the poop. And he mowed the grass in his bare feet.


Had a patient pretty much the same. Cept it was cats and IN HIS HOUSE!!! Paramedics said they dry heaved the whole time they were in there. Since there was NO CARPET anymore....that you could tell.
SQUISH, SQUISH, SQUISH!!
06/16/2007 11:21:35 AM · #11
My previous boss stepped in bear poop then tracked it all through one of our cottages. Bear poop stinks to high heaven. It was pretty gross.
06/16/2007 02:51:10 PM · #12
Originally posted by dacrazyrn:

I paid some dues in a LARGE (Monfort/Swift) packing plant on the kill floor. I swept cattle blood into a drain with a 4 foot wide Sgweegee while standing in 6-8 inches of coagulating blood that looked and acted like an opaque, not quite set Jello. This was in a 30x30 foot area also. That is 600 square feet of blood! Yummmm! Lots of dog food.
Would like to go back and get some pics, now that I think of it.


Actually 30x30 is 900sq ft, but your point is made.
06/16/2007 04:52:21 PM · #13
Originally posted by JunieMoon:

Stepping in dog poop without knowing, then getting in a very hot car to drive and being unable to remove it because it is sticky and stuck in the shoe tread.

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06/16/2007 04:56:11 PM · #14
How about having a great time playing pool then picking up your beer off the rail to find (feel and taste) that 3 others have used your beer bottle for an cigarette butt disposal container and puking all over the pool table and getting physically thrown out for the mess you made before you even got your breath back?

That happened to me ...

Does that qualify?
06/16/2007 05:07:32 PM · #15
Alright, I'm bored so I'll share this with you.

How about being woke up very slowly in the middle of the night by your girlfriend who decided to treat you???

.....Only to finally wake up enough to realize that it was, in fact, her Pekingese licking you as if you were sharing with it the last popsicle on earth.
06/16/2007 05:10:54 PM · #16
Originally posted by yakatme:

Alright, I'm bored so I'll share this with you.

How about being woke up very slowly in the middle of the night by your girlfriend who decided to treat you???

.....Only to finally wake up enough to realize that it was, in fact, her Pekingese licking you as if you were sharing with it the last popsicle on earth.


ROFLMAO!! Oh the joy, the pleasure...the realisation and disappointment, or perhaps enjoyment :))
06/16/2007 05:12:03 PM · #17
Originally posted by formerlee:

ROFLMAO!! Oh the joy, the pleasure...the realisation and disappointment, or perhaps enjoyment :))


All of the above, but not in that order!
06/16/2007 05:27:43 PM · #18
Last summer, we noticed a horrible stench in the upstairs bathroom. We thought maybe one of the kids pooped and got it somewhere. So...we cleaned the whole bathroom with clorox. The smell went away (or should I say, was masked) for a day or so, and it came back again. But, it seemed to get worse when the central air was on.

We looked all over, but couldn't find the source anywhere. I would ask everyone that came over to come up and sniff my bathroom, trying to figure out where this horrible smell was coming from.

After about a month.... I smelled it in the basement at our washer and dryer. I had my husband go searching... and we found the source. It was a mouse that had eaten the poison that the exterminator put out, and died up there between the air ducts for the upstairs bathroom.

Now, my husband doesn't get grossed out easily... but he came running up stairs like a little girl and swallowed really hard. He said, I need a bag.... and something to grab with. Sadly, the only thing I had, was my good grilling tongs. *gulp* I handed over the tongs and a plastic bag... and off he went. He had to stick his head up in the vent, where the smell was awful and basically scrape this thing off of the little piece of cinder block. He was so grossed out after that!!! The bag, the mouse and my tongs went right out in the trash!

And that.... is my gross story!

Message edited by author 2007-06-16 17:28:51.
06/16/2007 05:37:08 PM · #19
Mmm. let's see, how about hearing your toddler through the baby monitor, who was SUPPOSSED to be taking a nap, exclaim "mommie, come see!"
She had created a "mural" ALL over her bedroom wall. Well, I won't say what she used as her paint medium, but it was brown and recycled material.

06/16/2007 06:38:00 PM · #20
Originally posted by dacrazyrn:

I paid some dues in a LARGE (Monfort/Swift) packing plant on the kill floor. ...

Two months ago I read the book "Fast Food Nation" -- this reminds me of that book. I feel for you.

How 'bout a story of my own? Well, not too long ago I had a mouse in a trap. The trap got him right across the bridge of his nose. Remember those old "Rat Fink" cartoons with the bulging eyes? OO

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