CSI: Living Room

Thursday, May 7, 2009

Since my sister got her puppy, Stewie, last month, she's been looking through pet catalogs to find new, useful things to buy.

Today at lunch, she pointed out an ultraviolet light that shows where urine stains are. Here's the ad:

Shut the door, pull down the shades and conduct your own CSI investigation…for pee. This ultra-violet LED light will show you how much urine is actually seeped and dried into your carpet with one wave. How? The crystalline structure of dried urine causes it to fluoresce a dull yellow color under UV light. Don’t worry if it looks like a violent pee scene—our Urine-Off Spray will come to the rescue.

Sounds good to me. I just question the last line:

Protective eye wear recommended



  1. "Okay, Grissom, from the pee-spatter analysis, I can tell this crime was committed by a three-legged male cocker spaniel who has a speech impediment. Round up the usual suspects."

  2. I substituted the word "urine" for "dog piss" while reading the ad and found it very agreeable.

  3. Ewww...I think I'd rather live in blissful ignorance.

  4. Good observation, Chris. That should help us track down the perp.

  5. Carlos, Carlos. You're so clever.

  6. Hi Frankie,
    It's tough to do when your nose won't play along!

  7. What would be the theme for CSI Living Room?

    "Who's Pee Are You?"
    "Who, Who."
    "Who, Who?"

  8. That's funny!

    Or maybe the theme from Cops, but what about all the girl dogs?

  9. I say just newspaper the floors. Cheap & easy!

  10. Would not need the CSI thingy. I have tile and I just look for the yellow spots. Cute blog!

  11. From the pee spatter pattern and extent we can determine that the dog was having salts.



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