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DawnStorm 30 January 2014 02:12 PM

A central humidifier is your friend. :)

Lainie 30 January 2014 02:13 PM

I rent. : -)

DawnStorm 30 January 2014 02:19 PM

Perhaps a room humidifier would help.
One time DH and I went to kiss each other and as our lips touched, there was this huge visible shock. IIRC we were in the car, saying good bye to each other. We had a laugh about how shocking our kissing was. :lol:

Elkhound 30 January 2014 03:21 PM

An electric personality?

Sooeygun 30 January 2014 07:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TallGeekyGirl (Post 1798370)
Dear Ash,

I wish I could explain to you what static electricity is. Between the cold, dry air, your voluminous fur, and the blanky you've been rolling around on, you can build up quite a charge. The look of betrayal you gave me after that zap on the nose... ouch I am so sorry! :(

And yet mine (current and past) would come back right away for another try. Put out my finger, Serenity closes in to sniff and zap. A few seconds later put out my finger, Serenity closes in to sniff and zap.

Lucky, my previous cat loved it when I would pet him until he crackled. Must have felt good along his back.


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