Another ‘deadly Electrofag’ story today. This time it’s theenk of the puppeees.
An idiot left his bottle of E-juice where his puppy could reach it (on a dining room table? Really? Big puppy – or low table). The dog chewed through it and drank the juice and died. Which is bollocks. The juice tastes absolutley vile. If a dog, or any other animal, punctured the bottle he’d spit the lot out pronto.
If it was a puppy then the bottle must surely have been left on a coffee table. A stupid place to leave anything if you have puppies – or worse, children – in your house. Surely any puppy or child owner would realise within a day that anything they can reach, they will reach?
And since those bottles have a skull and crossbones on them, it cannot be beyond the meanest intelligence to realise that they should be kept out of harm’s way?
So, is the idiot full of remorse for something that is entirely his fault?
There are currently warnings on the bottles but grandfather Keith wants to see e-liquid become a controlled substance before it kills another animal.
Of course not. He wants it to be a controlled substance. So he’d have to pay more for the bottle of juice, possibly have to have a licence to buy it and then leave it on a table where his new dog can get at it. Making it a controlled substance would not have saved his puppy. You cannot legislate against stupid.
I think this is another made-up story. A total fabrication. It doesn’t even make sense.
A vaper stupid enough to leave e-juice lying around. A puppy that can reach something on a dining room table and who delights in the taste of bitter alkaloids. Then a call to make the whole thing more expensive even though it is patently obvious that the price of the e-juice is irrelevant here. It does not matter what it cost, it does not matter how it is regulated, the only thing that matters is where he left it.
This is, ostensibly, a vaper calling for his own punishment from Nanny – a punishment that cannot possibly affect his future carelessness. I call fake.
The final nail in this one – if it was a true story, the RSPCA would have prosecuted him by now.
There really are no depths they won’t plumb, are there?
(Apologies for the lack of response to comments. It’s going to be like this all week, unfortunately – but next week I am on nocturnal shift and will be less dazed).