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    I would cry (if poop)because I have brand new 1000tc sheets and tempur pillows that cost the bomb and take everything to the dry cleaner lol. If Vegemite I'd just wash at home and look for the guilty subject that made the mess.

    Now I don't know you at all but I read your old shoes thread that didn't get shut down and just for fun I'll say you've disinfected you room repainted thrown the sheets etc out and staying in a nice lavish hotel for the night ordering room service and sleeping on 3000tc Egyptian cotton sheets.

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    Response would depend on what sort of day I'd had. Most likely I would just turn the pillow over because I would be too tired to find a clean one.

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    Id swap pillows with hubby 😂

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    Default Wwyd: stain on pillow

    How does poo or vegemite get on one's pillow?
    You don't even allow shoes in the house so I highly doubt you'd ever allow pets inside, let alone on the bed.
    Or your kids to eat on your bed.

    My guess is it's a drool stain. Flip the pillow over 👍

    Eta: my vote is that you farted on it then swapped it with your dh's pillow
    Last edited by Little Miss Sunshine; 23-09-2016 at 05:41.

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    In my house we have spare pillows. So I would get a spare for the night (we don't have special or expensive ones) and deal with it the next day/when I have time by washing it all (if there was a possibility of poo I would wash the pillow too.

    I think you looked at the pillow, ewwed, picked it up with tongs and put it in the washing machine lol. And also stripped the bed in case there were possible poo particles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    How does poo or vegemite get on one's pillow?
    This reminded me of last night when DH found tomato paste from the pizza on the back of his leg - how does that happen!?!

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    Flipped the pillow over and went to bed. If hubby's pillow wasn't so crappy (paper thin) I might have done a 'swapsie'

    I should clarify there were about 3 marks all 1/2 size of a 5 vent piece. Substance was dry and there were no chunks.

    I think there was only about a 5-10% chance it was poo, if the risk was much higher no doubt I would have chucked the pillowcase altogether and washed the pillow. Or put up with a paper thin pillow for the night..

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    You are slipping @VicPark . It is a slippery slope, soon you'll be wearing shoes inside

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