Velvet_Tigress Posted April 1, 2006 Share Posted April 1, 2006 An odd thought crossed my mind the other day. Perusing my room, I realized that my fur closet was actually TOO full of furs and that in order to make room for my summer clothes here in Wisconsin that I'd need to make a lot of room somewhere. Really thought about what I could do to make more room, which in turn led me to make a decision I've been mulling over for some time. I'm going to have to just throw away all the furs I don't use. Like she's telling the truth, you're likely thinking, but you have to realize that although I have a lot of space, I just don't have enough for to money to store my furs elsewhere or let them go to waste in my house with the weather being what it is in Wisconsin. For example; summers are often unseasonably hot here, which in turn can make furs degrade faster I believe I was once told and attract dried out fur eating insects like Wisconsin Fur Weevils. Only by getting rid of my beloved furs and replacing them with fake fur can I save my apartment and the rest of the people in my building from an infestation. Okay, you probably think I'm nuts but it's just not true. Just the other day a nice lady down the street had her mink coat devoured. Listen, if any of you are around the Wisconsin area, please feel free to go through my trash for the next few days. My fur selection might not live up to the quality and number of some of your own, but I do have a nice collection in any case. So, anyhow, keep an eye on my trash, help yourself to as many furs as you so desire to take and keep my apartment and my renter's free of the plage of Wisconsin Fur Weevils. Do any of you think this is some sort of joke? Are any of you looking at the first letter I've put in every paragraph thus far and finding some sort of strange message? You might, if you just happen to look hard enough. ! (P.S. To those of you unfamiliar with Wisconsin Fur Weevils, be warned! While mainly a Wisconsin problem [as evidenced by the rash of 'naked deer' sightings this time of year] you should be prepared for insects that can damage your other valuables as well, such as Taxdue Americanus, an annoying but deadly money eater, and Hairloss Rogainicus, the South American Hair muncher.) (And Happy April Fool's day. I hope most of you figured it out, and have some idea what I'm talking about. ) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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