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jrc1963 posted 12/1/2013 17:28 PM

Apparently a frog thought my washing machine was a good place to hide...

Until I ran it this morning on the Hottest cycle...

There was poor dead froggie stuck in the seal of the door... belly up!

FWSO had to come fish him out and throw him away for me.

nowiknow23 posted 12/1/2013 17:44 PM

Waiting4Daylite posted 12/1/2013 17:56 PM

Oh how awful.
But you did REWASH that load?!

jrc1963 posted 12/1/2013 17:56 PM

is right!

jrc1963 posted 12/1/2013 17:57 PM

Of course I rewashed the load!!!

Waiting4Daylite posted 12/1/2013 18:07 PM

Of course I rewashed the load!!!

Oh I'm sure you did. I was just wondering how many times.

I know with all the crap I've found after washing my kids stuff, not just crayons and candy, but bugs and such, I was running the washer with soap and bleach about two times after discovery.

jrc1963 posted 12/1/2013 18:17 PM

Eh... Just once.

The frog was intact... no guts or nothing showing.

I actually feel kinda bad for him... I like frogs.

TheRealDeal posted 12/1/2013 18:59 PM

R.I.P. Froggie

Though I feel bad for Froggie I would have needed someone else to remove him from the washer, too. There are some things that I just cannot do and that would be one of them.

It makes you wonder how he found his way into the washer in the first place. But my parents live in FL and they've discovered little lizards in the oddest places too.

jrc1963 posted 12/1/2013 19:13 PM

Well the washer is in the garage... and I leave the door open to keep the musty smell down.

He must've just hopped in looking to stay warm from the outside temps.

It's never happened to me before... but from now on, I'll look before I wash.

Waiting4Daylite posted 12/1/2013 19:24 PM

It's never happened to me before... but from now on, I'll look before I wash.

It is always best to check before. . .

jrc1963 posted 12/1/2013 19:35 PM

Haha Cute!

lynnm1947 posted 12/2/2013 10:11 AM

jrc, in the spring, starlings (the world's stupidest birds!)rip off the wire net on the outside vent of my dryer and build a nest in the vent. There is quite a racket when the dryer gets turned on.

Poor froggie. When I lived in the country, every now and then one would get into my swimming pool and not have the sense to get out before the winter cover got rolled over the pool. Yuck!!!!!

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