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whahahahahah. :D

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So I guess I 'pranked' someone for April fool's day.....

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oh, and since it was a chew toy, it has a 'squeaker' inside it, and as our dog regularly evicerates her chew toys, I have seen what these things look like, a small plastic squeeze bulb of a thing...

 

I wracked my brain cell VERY HARD to try to figure out a way to make the thing spray glitter.....

 

(That's a joke, but I did really think about it....)

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EXCELLENT!!!
 

A great gift !!!

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It squeaks! Guess who had  been annoying their drunk friends last night. ^___^

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1 hour ago, pcktlnt said:

It squeaks! Guess who had  been annoying their drunk friends last night. ^___^

See, @knarthex? I told you he would be chewing on it!!.....well, he doesn't really have teeth, so he would have to be gumming it........billing it, maybe?

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BWAHAHAHAHA!!!

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This might be the greatest thing EVER! 

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:winkthumbs:

Great work, Knarthex!

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