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2013-01-26 10:15:09 PM
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cryinoutloud: I had to make a stuffed mouse once for a lab specimen. Up until then, I assumed that I was mildly squeamish--I can watch all kinds of gross stuff and it doesn't bother me too much, although I make lots of faces.

It's a little different when you're the one doing the cutting and skinning and stuffing. I do not like to cut things open and remove their insides. My stomach was actually churning. And it was just a freaking mouse. Yes, I"m the one who wanted the boys to do the actual cutting in the biology dissection--and they always did.

/I watched my lab partner tear open a pig and say, "Not bad for a vegetarian, hey?" In fact, it was pretty good.


Ignoring the weird statement that assumes boys are more apt to working with dead things.

Rabbits smell way worse on the inside and are way harder to work with. There skin is like tissue paper, which is very apparent due to those massive feet.
2013-01-26 08:35:54 PM
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Norman? Who's that girl, Norman?
2013-01-26 07:12:27 PM
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I had to make a stuffed mouse once for a lab specimen. Up until then, I assumed that I was mildly squeamish--I can watch all kinds of gross stuff and it doesn't bother me too much, although I make lots of faces.

It's a little different when you're the one doing the cutting and skinning and stuffing. I do not like to cut things open and remove their insides. My stomach was actually churning. And it was just a freaking mouse. Yes, I"m the one who wanted the boys to do the actual cutting in the biology dissection--and they always did.

/I watched my lab partner tear open a pig and say, "Not bad for a vegetarian, hey?" In fact, it was pretty good.
2013-01-26 04:43:03 PM
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Well I knew I lived in a strange place..All I can say is I hope they used plenty of borax, otherwise that is really gonna stink in a few days. Making a "study skin" is actually quite difficult. Taxidermy for shiats and giggles? No.
 
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