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Monday, December 12, 2005 VOLUME 2 ISSUE 89  
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A Serious Case of TMI
Pinch Me... or Don't!

My manager was a 50-something male, a nice guy, but with absolutely no filter on what he said. There seemed to be something compulsive about his constant talking. One day, he related this story to me and a male co-worker about his pet hamster:

"I woke up one morning to feel something warm between my legs. I looked over at my wife and said, 'Honey, not now,' but she didn't know what I was talking about. So I looked under the blanket, and there was our hamster snuggled up to my boys. He must've gone wandering in the night and said, 'Hey, here's two guys that look just like me!'"

I was horrified. I think that story set me back three years of therapy.

J., ChicWIT

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