Sunday, May 31, 2009

Ah, country living. *inhale deeply*

My goodness.

Driving home from seeing a moowie (Wolverine. See it!) in nearby city Saturday night, LouLou pulled into town behind a white Corolla. Saw them swerve ahead too late to miss the black plastic garbage sack --oddly weighted, that-- and it rolled along their undercarriage in a clunky fashion and too late for LouLou to miss also straddling the black sack when OMG! it has a white stripe. That's not a black plastic bag.

I fear LouLou will be mighty skunky for the next little bit or so. Must find a carwash with undercarriage action.


Wayne said...

mmmm, skunky goodness

ZerCool said...

It's funny, sort of ... off in the distance, a faint whiff of skunk just says "country" to me, and isn't particularly unpleasant.

Up close and personal, however, ohdearjebussaveme!!!!

Christina RN LMT said...

Tomato juice undercarriage wash?

Miz Minka said...

Or just try stompin' on one of them stinky critters right quick with a pair of these on your feet, before it has a chance to spray you. ;) (You sure wouldn't be able to make a quick getaway in them.)

Miz Minka said...

Hm, I don't think the link worked in my previous comment -- here's the URL for copyin' & pastin':


Just a little snarky said...

If you know which area was affected, try washing with 1 part water, 1 part lemon juice, or use Dawn dish detergent, or another grease cutter.

Also try baking soda and water. It is supposed to absorb the odor and remove the offending proteins. Use any of these washes quickly, the sooner the better.