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What Animals Do You Keep in Your Bra, Ladies?

Rochelle Frank wrote humorous bits for her college newspaper many years ago. Her funny observations have continued in print and online.

A twenty-four year old veterinarian in Texas has apparently tickled the imagination of animal lovers with her method of comforting traumatized baby critters such as squirrels, kittens, possums and rabbits.

Newspaper reports say that she snuggles them inside her bra while wearing it. This apparently calms an orphaned critter by making it feel warm and cushy. It is also a good way to monitor the activity of a small mammal, by keeping it close.

According to the song, weasels tend to "pop".

According to the song, weasels tend to "pop".

While I am not totally opposed to the idea of people keeping small animals in their lingerie for thereputic purposes, I think this is not for everyone.

In fact, considering the social disruption such a trend could cause, I propose that this should only be legal for licensed professional veterinarians who wear bras in the privacy of their own home or office, whether they be male or female.

Having hissing possum sounds coming from one's cleavage, would seem to be a social detriment, that might distress and alarm nearby people.

At the very least, it might bring up questions about whether something was deflating.

A Secret?

Could this practice be the real answer to Victoria's secret? It makes me wonder if female veterinarians buy larger sized bras than they would normally wear, in order to accommodate various species of wildlife. Even a small kitten or two would surely add another cup size.

And what about natural bodily functions associated with small animals, actually with all animals? Wouldn't you think that having cupfuls of furry creatures in such close contact, would result in some embarrassing deposits, odors and stains?

Another thing, though I am really hesitant to bring this up, but what is the first thing a tiny kitten looks for after it is born? Well, never mind.

Animal activists may latch on to this idea and lobby for laws which require bra manufacturers to take orphaned mammals into account in sizing their products. My ultimate worry is that big-hearted women with a little extra room in their bras, will begin to see this as a way to participate in the protection of endangered species and start going around with baby prairie dogs, wombats, or lemurs tucked inside their undergarments.

What Size ?


Does it Enhance the Bustline?

I can recall when I was a teen, that some girls, especially when attending formal or dress-up occasions, felt the need to enhance their bust line measurements with a little stuffing of tissue, cotton or even foam rubber bosom enhancers.

I never considered doing this myself, of course, but if I had I certainly never would have contemplated using squirmy mammals.

Foam rubber animals might have been considered, but never live critters which tend to be somewhat lumpy, wiggly and difficult to keep in place. Foam rubber animals are difficult enough to position properly, though how would I really know that?

Can you imagine slow dancing with your teenage beau and giving him the unintended impression that your heart was doing flip flops because of his nearness?

"I think I can feel your heart beating", he whispers breathily in your ear.

"No, it's a weasel," you answer with similar breathiness.

Then suddenly it goes "pop", as weasels are prone to do, right out the top of your lace trimmed formal.

He then runs screaming from the festively decorated high school gymnasium, as your classmates stare in disbelief.

Bra cat, perhaps traumatized as a kitten.

A Disturbing Mental Image

Have you ever walked down the street and seen a person in front of you who seems to have a couple of combative black footed ferrets in her shorts?

This could actually happen if people are not careful about what should be allowed. Believe me, it's not a pretty sight.

Then there is a whole other world of animals that are not furry. What about frogs? Think about the giant banana slug and the spiny sea urchin. Don't they need protecting? But who in their rightful mind would invite these creatures into their bosom?

Ladies, remember what your Mom said, and be very careful about who gets into your intimate garments.

If it costs us a few banana slugs and wombats, so be it. At least you will still have your self respect and dignity.

A Pair of Ferrets



Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on January 29, 2019:

I appreciate the howls, Bill Holland. This is an oldie, but still a personal favorite of mine.

The article of feminine apparel is not my favorite, and I am unendowed enough that I often forget to employ it on a daily basis. If we had more homeless critters around here it I might be more consistent.

Bill Holland from Olympia, WA on January 29, 2019:

I was howling when I read the title; the rest of the article was a bonus.

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on May 21, 2014:

Thank you, Suzanne and Jodah.

John Hansen from Gondwana Land on May 21, 2014:

Very funny Rochelle, thanks for resurrecting this hilarious hub. Voted up.

Suzanne Day from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia on May 21, 2014:

Well I have to say that it's usually my lighter that gets to nestle with my bazookas and I'm not sure an animal would help they'd probably bite, scratch and fiddle around under my armpits. Voted funny and liked!

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on October 22, 2012:

Thank you, brandimae. I think you have sensible limits.

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on October 22, 2012:

Yes, it takes 'being kind to animals' to a level that many of us do not want to approach.

Brandi Gregory from Jacksonville, Florida on October 21, 2012:

This was hilarious! I know of some girls who will cuddle their animals in their bra... I'm all for snuggling my babies, but on the outside of my shirt!! :)

Brenda Barnes from America-Broken But Still Beautiful on October 21, 2012:

Oh no! A girl has to draw the line about sharing her bra. Now I will nurture Kleenex, car keys, a bit of cash and the occasional stick of gum but that is all. This is hysterical and you wrote it so very well. We always called that bra space Grandma's Pouch. With all these ideas in mind one would need Auntie's Suitcase!

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on July 19, 2012:

Thank you, vocalcoach. I DO have more, some are silly, some not. I'm always pleased to hear that someone smiled while reading.

Audrey Hunt from Pahrump NV on July 18, 2012:

The best laugh I've had in a long time! You're a master. The combination of your written word and myexaggerated imagination had me in stiches. More please! Sharing.

Jennifer Essary from Idaho on December 13, 2011:

Thank you for the smile : ) I wonder what they do about the claws and teeth? Are those stretch marks? No, it was the possum : )

Kris Heeter from Indiana on December 13, 2011:

The title was irresistible and your hub a great way to start the day off - with a smile. Thanks:)

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on December 12, 2011:

Thanks for commenting, Tipoague. I could never have had room for puppies. Don't know what any of them were thinking, but it must have been warm and cozy.

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on December 12, 2011:

Freya, you are right it is not for everyone-- otherwise we would have been reborn as kangaroos or other marsupials.

Tammy on December 12, 2011:

Give me once sec to remember how to type and spell as I sit here choking on my chips. Great hub! It brought to mind a few members of my family. I was out with my cousin one night when her phone rang, she reached into her bra and pulled it out, along with some money and her retainer that she didn't want to loose. (She has one of those invisaline braces.) I was floored and looking around embarrassed. A few months later, my dog has puppies that were just old enough to begin walking. My brother's girlfriends fell in love with them and was carrying them around in her bra. (My daughter had dubbed them pocket puppies, because that was where she kept her's till they were too big.) I have pictures of the girls with puppies hanging out of their shirts. (It made me wonder what the pup was thinking.) Great laugh! Thanks!

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on December 12, 2011:

Brett, It must happen more often than you think. I did catch a baby ground squirrel when I was ten and braless. ( Hub posted)It did like to sleep in my shirt pocket-- but I really should have had two of them.

Freya Cesare from Borneo Island, Indonesia on December 12, 2011:

I can't stop laughing! There should be a limit between loving and ridiculing ourselves. Mammals as bra's pad, ladies? No way!

Great hub! Thank you.

Brett C from Asia on December 12, 2011:

LOL ... voted awesome and funny. Heard of ferrets down shorts (which, as a man, I NEVER want to try!), but this is the first I've heard of people stuffing critters into bras.

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on December 04, 2011:

Thanks, homesteadbound. So I guess you are unwilling to try it, too.

Cindy Murdoch from Texas on December 04, 2011:

What a hoot! That is just too much! I think I will have to pass!

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on December 04, 2011:

Oh, My! that must be sensational.

natures47friend from Sunny Art Deco Napier, New Zealand. on December 03, 2011:

Brilliant hub...loved the weasel bit. My daughters rat burrows down my T-shirt with his sharp claws but cant get into my bra...fortunately...he pees from time to time!

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on August 09, 2011:

Thanks for commenting, Becky. A warm dark place can be comforting.

Becky on August 09, 2011:

My daughter has 2 gerbils and the male is always going cleavage diving, which isn't too bad except when they do it in front of the guy my 14 year old has a crush on. I thought she was going to explode she turned so red.

This is soo funny. I am still laughing.

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on July 20, 2011:

Thanks, Simone. I would recommend two.

Simone Haruko Smith from San Francisco on July 20, 2011:

I'd leave a more detailed comment, praising this excellent Hub, but I've got to go off and get me a weasel!!!!

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on April 03, 2011:

Thanks, sueroy333. I do enjoy writing the silly ones. Oddly enough, they are usually based on true stories. I do try to keep my image somewhat balanced with some almost completely serious hubs, too, but I always appreciate those who are not afraid to expose their borderline insanity.

It is always interesting to get irate comments from some who think I'm a complete unrepentant idiot.

And that Zelda... hard to not notice her.

Susan Mills from Indiana on April 03, 2011:

I saw on Chris Lincoln's hubpage that you were his first fan! I knew then I would have to check you out.

It doesn't get any better than a weasel in your bra! Well, I didn't think so, anyway, until I read "Have you ever walked down the street and seen a person in front of you who seems to have a couple of combative black footed ferrets in her shorts?"

LMAO! Yes, yes, I have. Zelda Pimperknuckleback is ALWAYS doing that... it's very distracting.

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on January 24, 2011:

Thanks so much, lifewellspoken. I love to give people smiles--and they are a lot cheaper than most gifts.

lifewellspoken from Vancouver BC on January 24, 2011:

You are too funny Rochelle thanks for the smile.

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on October 09, 2010:

I suspected the same, bgamall, but always try to give the benefit of the doubt. Thanks for the input.

Gary Anderson from Las Vegas, Nevada on October 09, 2010:

Yeah, he should have written a hub on the importance of, and single determination for, finding his pets in the bras of hot women.

Artful as he is though, he is lying through his teeth. :)

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on September 26, 2010:

Thanks, SteveoMc. Very funny. I hardly know what to say when a comment is longer than my hub, but I appreciate all of the thought you have put into this.

Hope you find your ferret. The trouble with ferrets, though, once they have been gone for awhile-- is that you never really know where they may have been.

SteveoMc from Pacific NorthWest on September 26, 2010:

1st, I found this hub by looking for my ferret. I have looked everywhere including Victoria's Secret, Donation Clothing bins, and Macy's fitting rooms. I know that about 150 million hiding places need to be inspected in the US. The sad truth is that it may take me many more years to inspect all the remaining garments. Luckily, some of them are open for inspection just for starters, college keggers, sports finals, flash Fridays, and girls go wild spring holidays are all good places to start. Any establishment that has Go-Go, Girls, Hooter, g-string, Babes, Divas, Wanda, Chi Chi, Massage, Venus, Candy, Hustler, etc., would be an automatic inspection sometimes costing only a few bucks.

Once all of these places have been inspected, then you must move on the the more difficult inspections. Sometimes these will require a commitment of time and expense. There is a huge counter culture among women whose goal is to keep certain things hidden from men thereby enticing them and controlling them with the unknown. This sub culture exists due to the fascination of men to find their precious lost pets. Most women do not know this, in fact, they think that men want to see them. Men on the other hand are generally quite sensitive and do not want their lady companions to know that they are searching for their pets and not really interested in the other occupants of the over-the-shoulder-holder. But being sensitive, most men feign delight at the sight and touch of mammaries. Women need to experience a paradigm shift. Men are looking for their pets. Period. Have you ever wondered why men from all walks of life start with new introductions with at least a cursory examination?

Have you noticed also, that men get really excited if something in your bra jumps, bumps or moves? Please do not interpret this incorrectly, this is a man who thinks he may have found his lost pet. And please do not think that we are fooled by breast reduction procedures. We all know that this always results in a new pet in the home or a pet adoption. We are not stupid.

And as for ChrisLincoln and his codpiece, if my ferret is in there, he can keep it, I don't want it back.

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on September 24, 2010:

I don't know about that, Chris Lincoln.

I know a lot of women who wear bras, but don't know much about that other thing you mentioned.I thought that went out of style. Maybe it is still used for sportmen's protective gear?

Is someone trying to protect baby codfish?

ChrisLincoln from Orange (or Lemon...) County, California on September 24, 2010:

There's a blog waiting to be written here...

The male take,

Think codpiece

Enough said

Over and out

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on September 15, 2010:

It's got to be an extremely personal choice, lorlie6. If I ever meet you in person, just don't tell me abuot it.

Laurel Rogers from Bishop, Ca on August 03, 2010:

Sorry about that, but the Buddha was wise, dontcha know? No comparison, of course, but the slime can be heavenly. Oh, come on...think about it! :)

I guess I AM pretty evil...:)

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on August 03, 2010:

That would be an entirely personal choice. I can't quite make myself think about it, but it does kind of remind me of a story I heard about Buddha -- when he was in deep meditation, snails crawled up on his head to protect him from the sun and keep his head cool and protected from sunstroke.

I guess giant banana slugs could keep you cool . . . I still can't think about it.

Laurel Rogers from Bishop, Ca on August 02, 2010:

I'm appalled that you would discount the advantages of a couple of Banana Slugs well placed, Rochelle!

My pair suit me just fine, thank you very much! :)

kathrynpless from Florida, USA on June 13, 2010:

This is too funny! Actually I have put my kitten in my bra when I was on the computer and she wanted to be held. I've also had my cell phone and money in there from time to time. Thanks for the laugh!

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on June 12, 2010:

As hats? I didn't get the memo either. You are probably not old enough to remember the "beehive" hairdo, but that might have made a comfortable nest.

Thanks for visiting this old hub.

Charlotte Gerber from upstate New York on June 12, 2010:

I admit I've stashed some money in there from time to time when traveling. It is hilarious to see the expression on a barkeeps face when you whip a 20 out of your clevage... anyhoo, truly funny hub! I thought we were supposed to wear live animals as hats, not in our bras. Guess I didn't get the memo.

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on June 08, 2010:

Thank you De Greek . . . and Shadesbreath.

De Greek from UK on June 07, 2010:

Shadesbreath recommended your story and I see why. Well done :D

Holle Abee from Georgia on May 19, 2010:

This is great!! And you're right - I'm not sure I'd have room for even a mouse in my bra!

Kathy Love from Harrisburg on September 08, 2009:

Thanks for that; I needed a good laugh. Now, if only I could find a small animal to boost my post-nursing bosom...

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on June 08, 2009:

The pulse might be ok-- teeth and claws, not. Thanks for your comment.

Eaglekiwi from -Oceania on June 08, 2009:

Natural sense of humor shining through , lmao....just brilliant!! , ive stored many things over the years down there ,but nothing that had its own pulse.....hahaha Im still laughing

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on April 25, 2009:

HI Teresa-- I have more strange ones, mostly the ones I posted early before I (almost) became a serious person.

Congratulations on your 300 fan medal!

Sheila from The Other Bangor on April 25, 2009:

So glad I followed you here -- Rochelle, you are a true wit. This is funny any clever and strange: the ingredients of greatness!

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on April 25, 2009:

Thank you G/M and thank you Whikat.

I appreciate the comments. If neither of you are willing to try this-- well-- I understand.

Whikat on April 25, 2009:

LOL, This is just too funny!I guess we will have to give men a break now when they ask,"Is that a weasel in your bra or are you just happy to see me.?" Very funny hub. :-)

GeneriqueMedia from Earth on April 20, 2009:

"...who wear bras, in the privacy of their own office, whether they be male or female."

Hoover would be proud. ;)

"Having hissing possum sounds coming from one's cleavage, would seem to be a social drawback."

Only if you're not with a bunch of furries, I think.

Funny hub, very thoughtful, too. Makes me want to break out some Vicky Secrets stuff and shove one of my rodent kids down it.

Ahh, but..alas, I've not any bras.



Laughing Mom on April 19, 2009:

That's a relief. That means I'm the sanest one in this house!


Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on April 19, 2009:

No, you got it backwards. It's the laughter that KEEPS you sane.

Laughing Mom on April 19, 2009:

Too late. They are standing here looking at me like I've lost my mind. I may be writing to you next from the sanitarium on the hill.

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on April 19, 2009:

Thank you, Laughing Mom. This had been buried for so long, I didn't think it would be read again.

Now, calm down, read something serious, and get off the floor before the kids see you.

Laughing Mom on April 19, 2009:

"Having hissing possum sounds coming from one's cleavage, would seem to be a social drawback. At the very least, it would bring up questions about whether something was deflating. "

I'm reaching up from the floor to type this because I'm laughing so hard, I can't get up!!!!

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on October 24, 2008:

Thanks Ms. Advice. 

All of those things you mentioned are probably quite true. When I stuffed my "pocket mouse" in my shirt __ (I that I hubbed about that, into my -- even though I was  a ten year old, the heartbeat and warmth probably did help it bond to me.

Actually, I never thought about the connection about these two hub subjects of mine. Thanks for your positive comments.

Ms.Advice on October 24, 2008:

What a hoot. Obviously the animals are reacting to the warmth, comfort and the sound of ones heart beat as a familiar sound thateven human babies find comfort in. the healing powers of touch are here too. Besides that it was darn funny.. Oh in my Bra it's just me no stuffing of animals or other wise.

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on October 24, 2008:

OOOooo. a person with actual experience!

I hope that cymbal banging monkey wasn't one of your foster animals.

Thanks for the read-- feel free to link to my hub.

KRC from Central Texas on October 24, 2008:

That is too funny, Rochelle! You've inspired me to write about Chuzzle. Chuzzle was a baby squirrel we rescued from the slobbering jaws of our Rhodesian Ridgeback. And to think, I missed out on nuzzling Chuzzle in my bosom. What was I thinking?!

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on October 24, 2008:

I'm sure the ER people have heard many unlikely tales. Yours probably would be retold, at least among the co-workers.

Thanks for adding to the fun.

Linda McKee on October 15, 2008:

Very funny thanks!

I am an animal lover and did have a miniature horse who loved to get into the outdoor shower with me and put his little nose in the stream of water. Very cute until he would yank my towel off the hook and try to eat my shampoo. Having been banned from the "comunnal shower" one day he took a nibble on my left breat as I was bending to put his food in his tray at the barn. I thought I had lost my nipple it hurt so bad! Fortunately it did not bleed and looked much like an ordinary hickey but all I could think about was: This is going to be hard to explain in the ER! I suppose it would have been worse if I had to admit that I let my horse in the shower!

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on October 09, 2008:

Thanks Gwen-- be warned that not all of my hubs are humorous, some are only semi-funny.

Misha-- I don't know. I thought you were all-seeing. This was one of my earliest posts, I think.

My favorite one is Using Garden Gnomes for Self-Defense.

Thanks,all-- and thanks to Shadesbreath, my PR guy.

Jerilee Wei from United States on October 09, 2008:

You really made me laugh this morning as my apple juice almost went the same direction as Shadesbreath's. As I contemplate how in this post mastectomy state of affairs, that I will have to wear a prosthetic jelly belly in my bra -- you have opened my eyes to greater possibilities. For the next six to eight months, while I wait for reconstructive plastic surgery, it's nice to know there are alternatives. LOL

Lgali on October 09, 2008:

LOL very funny

Misha from DC Area on October 09, 2008:

How come I did not see this before? It's just hilarious! Thanks Rochelle :D

gwendymom from Oklahoma on October 09, 2008:

LOL, I loved this! I am going to read al your stuff now!

Shadesbreath from California on October 09, 2008:

Yeah B.T., go to Arizona, stay away from my wife and daughter you creepy, horned rodent.  There's no refuge here.

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on October 09, 2008:

B.T. I think there is a jackalope refuge and rehab center in Arizona.

B.T. Evilpants from Hell, MI on October 09, 2008:

Ya know, jackalopes are often frightened, and in need of refuge...

KT pdx from Vancouver, WA, USA on October 08, 2008:

Giggling! When I fostered kittens last year, I had to watch out when I was changing, because one of them would see me exposed and immediately start running, wanting to nurse! Luckily, in a few months she grew out of that habit of thinking I would let her.

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on August 12, 2008:

Thanks, everyone. All those women who burned their bras in the 70's (or whenever) really missed out on something.

Nicole A. Winter from Chicago, IL on August 06, 2008:

This is hilarious! I can't imagine keeping a live animal in my bra, though, what about their itty bitty claws digging into your cleavage?!?

davidbelden from San Francisco on August 06, 2008:

If only it weren't true! Growing up I knew a girl who used to keep her pet rat either in her shirt or on the back of her neck under her hair. It really gave a new meaning to the "rat tail" hair style! Great hub!

epictruth from Frisco on August 06, 2008:

Hilarious. I absolutely love it. Still laughing. :)

desert blondie from Palm trees, swimming pools, lots of sand, lots of sunscreen on August 06, 2008:

So funny...weird....but funny...glad I found this hub!

byee on August 06, 2008:

Haha! Did you hear about the girl who found a baby bat in her bra? Here's the link:

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on July 31, 2008:

I always appreciate getting mention from Shades-- I think he helped my Garden Gnomes for self-defense hub, too. Glad you enjoyed it.

spryte from Arizona, USA on July 30, 2008:

LOL! Wonderful hub! Shade's link to this was a great idea. :) To think I might have missed this...

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on July 15, 2008:

Glad you enjoyed it Trish and Maylinda. Wonder of it would work with that "Invisible Bra" that shows up in the ad on this page. How would you know where to put the critters?

Maylinda Arons on July 13, 2008:

hahahah, this is brilliant. You sound so very serious, like you're truly wondering what this new development of carrying around little furry things in one's bra might mean. I loved this hub.

trish1048 on July 12, 2008:

LOL LOL LOL,,,toooooo funny! Excuse me while I run to the girls' room!

Thanks for the laughs!


Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on July 10, 2008:

Great idea! Be sure to include some weasels.

mumz on July 09, 2008:

I think I'll make a grrrAnimals Bra! LOL loved the article.

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on June 21, 2008:

OK that's good to hear . . . I think. I still don't see it, but maybe that only goes to prove that the ads might not be the same for everyone. Thanks for reading!

MasonsMom from U.S.A. on June 21, 2008:

I can see that ad & it does compliment the article in a strange & funny way! Great fun!

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on June 20, 2008:

Thanks Rhym--- though on my view, that particular ad seems to have vanished. I thought it added to the article, especially since i didn't have any pics of my own to post.

Rhym O'Reison from Crowley, Tx on June 20, 2008:

This is very funny, but what makes it classic is the ad google put at the top of your page. Right now it is "The True Invisible Bra Liftys". I guess they don't consider warm fuzzies to be "true liftys".

Rochelle Frank (author) from California Gold Country on June 14, 2008:

Thanks new Day, Doghouse, shadesbreath, tater2tot, Dineane and Donna. Glad you all enjoyed it (sorry about the fleas, Donna) feel free to spread it around-- We coud save a lot of orphan mammals if more people were willing to go to the next cup size.

In The Doghouse from California on June 14, 2008:


Hilarious! I will never look at buxom women the same way... I will look for some form of life in their high pockets! lol I loved this, it was so funny... I am still laughing. Thank you!

New Day from Western United States on June 13, 2008:

Now this is a good one!! Pop goes the weasel! You have a gift for storytelling and humor, that is for sure. My goodness, who would do such a thing, even in the name of "comforting" an animal. What if they bit you there? And yes - you hit on the stains and droppings aspect. ewwwww. nope, not for me (not that I am a vet anyway) thank goodness. nice kitty. LOL

Shadesbreath from California on June 13, 2008:

OMg, I am crying. You owe me a new keyboard if all the Pepsi I just blew into mine shorts it out. Hardest I've laughed on Hubpages by far to this point....

"I can feel your heart beating."

"No, it's a weasle."

God that's classic. I'll be sending some folks to this one for sure.

dineane from North Carolina on June 10, 2008:


Donna Campbell Smith from Central North Carolina on June 10, 2008:

I think I've got one of Barnie's fleas in mine . . .

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