A Babysitting Tip

4 Nov

When you’re spending quality time with little ones, remember the following: Fabreze is not a toy. 

My mother decided to let Damien play with some Fabreze air freshener, and I think we’re all going to get high.  He sprayed about 1/2 the bottle in the bathroom, the entire house now smells like spring.  Don’t get me wrong, girlfriend loves some Fabreze, but it’s a little much when I can taste it.

5 Responses to “A Babysitting Tip”

  1. BottleBlonde November 4, 2007 at 6:25 pm #

    Oh lordy lordy. Too much Febreeze would melt my brain (not much to melt, so it wouldn’t take long). I find the scent a little much.

    It’s pretty potent stuff. I generally really like the smell, but it gets to the point when I can’t take it. Typically this is around the time that I start choking from the vast amounts that have been sprayed. -CS

  2. prunella jones November 5, 2007 at 12:39 am #

    When I was a kid I used to like the smell of White Out. I remember sniffing it deeply. No wonder my brain won’t work right! I evidently fried it years ago.

    That’s too funny! I, too, was a huge fan of the white out. That’s some good stuff. -CS

  3. Suzel November 5, 2007 at 2:22 am #

    I used to love the smell of car exhaust fumes growing up. Which I guess would explain who I am now.

    Umm. . .that’s not very good for you. Make sure to not lock yourself in a garage to smell the fumes. That’s bad. -CS

  4. scarymonster November 5, 2007 at 11:51 am #

    Me be just a little nuts. Me loves the smell of Play-dough. Me also loves the smell of the paper that covers the chocolates in the cheap ass assortment box.
    There are quite a few other aromas and odors that get me going, but fabreeze ain’t one of them.

    I’d take Fabreze over playdough any day of the week. -CS

  5. Me In Md November 5, 2007 at 4:03 pm #

    OMG…nothin beat the good old magic marker smell !!!!

    I love the scented markers we use in training. I could sniff those all the live long day. -CS

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