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A Tall Tale
One day while working in my shop I was trying to make a game that required many holes to be cut and I was getting tired and decided to step outside for a break and some fresh air.
As soon as I opened the door my dog Spotty came rushing in. Following her was an unmistakably odor of skunk. The fumes almost over powered me as I tried to wrestle her out of the shop. Now we both stunk. My quiet and peaceful afternoon just evaporated with skunk odor.
Getting her out I then went back into the shop and found a fan that I turned on facing out the window. This was to draw the smell out and hopefully away from the game I was making. Plus all my tools and equipment now were covered with the smell of skunk.
I was pretty disgusted with Spotty. She could never resist a skunk and went after them whenever she saw one. It didn't seem to matter that she was sprayed each time. Now she would have to stay outdoors until the smell left her. It usually took about a week before she could come in again. I just hoped my shop would recover as well.
After a shower and change of clothes I headed out to my shop to see if it was breathable again. Much to my relief I could not smell anything as I stepped in. The fan was still blowing and the air felt fresh. It must have been because I chased Spotty out so fast that the smell didn't linger. What a sweet relief. Now back to the game.