Originally Posted by werebeagle
not even a dry wombat? (Sorry, couldn't resist.)
Dry Wombat smells sweet. Damp Wombat somewhat on the nose. Funnily enough I hear that my cousin the beaver when wet is highly prized, particularly if neatly trimmed.
(I can hear Alex grinding his teeth and Cam sharpening his blue pencil.)
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