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What is that smell in the air (vents)? -ATS-6.18.24 | ROCK 95.5

Now our mornings normally start with Angi complaining about some crazy ailment that ruined her the day before, but not today. Instead we were treated to PoopGrate and that’s not a typo. See, Angi woke up at 1am this morning to the sound of her French dog being sick. For those unfamiliar with Floptopia’s dynamic layout, Angi’s bedroom is on the first floor and the dogs usually sleep on the second floor. While trying to sleep amid Jay the Straight’s random leg kicks and karate chops, Angi woke up to the sound of running feet. When she got out of bed to find that the pigeons had finally learned how to break in and get revenge, Angi instead discovered something far worse. It was dog diarrhea and not just anywhere other than the upstairs vent. I’m assuming Angi has been doing some sort of swear word-laden screaming that barely gets to sleep, but this isn’t the first time this literal mess has happened. See, when the dog gets sick (which doesn’t happen often), there’s usually an accident in the house. However, it seems that the accidents are always aimed at the top vent without exception. Of course Angi tried to understand why this is happening and went all Nancy Kerrigan “whyyyyyyy” wee, I’m routine about it. The problem, however, is that when this happens, for example, in the winter, you end up with a house that smells like poop (instead of smelling like a vineyard like it normally does). Plus, it takes forever to clean the vent. After this happens between that and the heat, Angi is apparently just having a day. Angi also took the moment to shame/blame the dog for making her sick this past weekend, but Angi left her mess in the litter box and in the neighbor’s front yard who still has Christmas decorations up. Marris, a known animal lover (sarcasm if you don’t know), told Angi to just sell the dog. Angi might have considered opening the door and just letting her run away, but while Alzheimer’s might help with that, the dog is also blind, so he’d probably just run into a wall.