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    I bought a mouse when i was a kid. I wasn't allowed one so i hid it in my cupboard. It ended up being pregnant and having a heap of babies. My cat dobbed me in by knocking the cage out of my cupboard one day... My mother was far from impressed! ..lol

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    I stashed a pippy under my bed as a kid when I found it at the beach. They searched for days to find the smell!!
    What's a pippy?

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    What's a pippy?
    Shell fish!! Bet it smelt "Devine" too *vomit*

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    What's a pippy?
    Like an oyster. Its smelt like roses after a few days out of the ocean

    They are found along the shoreline in the sand.

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    We've had DVD's in bed, my bottlebrush, various foodstuffs etc. Nothing too bad yet, but I'm waiting!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by P0tat0gem View Post
    When my eldest was toilet training, i found a poo hidden in a dollhouse laying in a doll bed.

    I laughed so hard pee came out.
    Bahahaha! That is the best!

    I did have to go on a poo nugget hunt when dd took her nappy off. There were atleast a dozen little nuggets scattered around her room :what:

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetsugardumplin' View Post
    A chicken in her bed
    Are we talking feathery, BBQ or Steggles?

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    So far nothing but shes only just turned 2. Cant believe the snakes tho *shudder* apparently he is lucky he didnt get attacked by the mother while removing the eggs from the nest. Scary!

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    My mum told me when I was about 4 shed made an amazing roast pork for dinner and had taken it out to rest on the bench. I was asleep so she decided to have a nap. When she woke up she came out to discover that all of the crackling from the pork was gone. She found about half of it a week later underneath my bed

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    Quote Originally Posted by lambjam View Post
    Are we talking feathery, BBQ or Steggles?
    The feathery, egg laying kind

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