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so i loaded up my newer humi(300 ct, BS more like 100) and took out 2 small dishes full of 65% climmax beads, which i placed on my windowsill. At 1am i woke up cause it was warm in my room, so i turned on the A/C went to close the window and then SHISHSIOWIHSHSHISIISHSHSHSSHHHH

HUNDREDS OF CLIMMAX BEADS WENT FLYING, i forgot to put them back in the humi! I have a hardwood floor in my bedroom, so it sounded like a giant "rainstick", my dog jumps up onto the floor and starts eatin the beads. I chased him out of the room and put him in his crate. Took out the vacuum and started to clean, but something happened and the vacuum started to emit this vomitous odor, plus it was 1am and to vacuum is rude to the neighbours. SO i left it all over the floor and went back to sleep, to clean at 7am.

moral of the story is two things

try to cover up the dish with the climmax beads, maybe cheesecloth
dont forget to put them back in the humi/or someplace you won't knock them all over the damn floor.

-DC

happy friday
 

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Well, you'll have some perfectly conditioned dog rockets by the time this is all over! Ha ha. :r
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:rolleyes: hahahahaa, never thought about it. Maybe if i leave it on the curb it will age better now.
















i always clean up though...
 

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Your dog might end up constipated if he ate too many of them:r

Personally, I like to put the beads in a tub with a cut out lid, and a coffee filter under the lid.
 

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Please please Dont bring your Dogs to a Herf!
Training his dog to eat media is just too much


He may start having a strange craving for cuban sticks soon...
 
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