Musings From Us Listings For Dirty Jobs

The following are the all of the articles that have been tagged as and being related to Dirty Jobs that can be found here at Musings From Us, for your enjoyment.

Sniglet of the Day : May 11

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Sniglet Of The Dayhumstinker (hum-stink’er) (n.) One that is extraordinary or remarkably smelly, and who has probably never thought of using deodorant in a considerably long time.

Most of us are lucky enough to not have to deal with humstinkers in our daily lives, but for those with dirty jobs, or someone who seems to have missed the hygiene segment of health glass, being branded as a humstinker is not such a good thing. If you are such a person, get thee to a shower immediately, and use the most basic soap you can. Humstinkers can reek from not just being in dirty situations, or by given a bad hand in the genetic lottery, but they can be created by using way too many chemically-enhanced fragrances and soap products as well. Not enough or too much of a clean thing can bring in a humstinker. We can hope that those of us with normal noses can get by without wanting to hurl, but for those who have hyperosmia, being around a humstinker will make them miserable, especially if they cannot identify whom the humstinker is. The person with the acute nose will suffer until they hunt down the humstinker and bathe them to put them out of everyone else’s misery. Beware humstinkers, because they are coming for you!

Sniglet of the Day : March 4

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Sniglet Of The DayMustgo (MUST go) – n. Any item of food that has been sitting in the refrigerator so long that it has become a science project.

We’ve all seen them, that bizarre growth in those little plastic containers. Sure, at one time they might have been macaroni and cheese, or maybe chili, or stir-fry, or cheesegrits… wait, no one ever has leftover cheesegrits! Anyway, whatever might have been placed in those little containers sure doesn’t look like what it started out as. What might have been a cheesy orange-y colour is now browny-green, and the smell…. let’s so not go there! What you have discovered is a mustgo. Perhaps there is someone in your household with a strong enough stomach to work on eliminating mustgoes from your icebox. This person is to be praised and applauded, because not everyone can handle what they do. It makes you wonder if they might want to be Mike Rowe’s apprentice on Dirty Jobs. You wonder how they manage to left the lids off those reusable buttery spread bowls and not lose their dinner while trying to identify what is a mustgo and what is not. Taking on mustgoes is not an easy task, and even the most stout horror movie fans might have a rough time of it. Movies are purely visual and audible. Mustgoes attack the olfactory nerves, and no matter how much blood you can stand to look at on a screen, you don’t have to smell the carnage, or the slimy alien causing it. The mustgo identifier actually has to deal with that. Are you brave enough to handle the mustgoes?