Wednesday, September 29, 2021



(1) Dryness in the throat and a craving for liquids, produced by deprivation of drink. (Duh?)

(2) What you get from not drinking enough water. Similar to lust but occurs higher in the body and is not as much fun.

(3) What gets slaked by drinking some water. Again, not as much fun as slaking lust, but as with many things in life, it depends on who you're with at the time and what they're up for.

(4) What my hamster suddenly developed the first time he encountered beer. Since he was an adult, and it was his choice, I let him have as much as he wanted. The little sucker wouldn't quit. It was his night out, and he had free run of my bedroom. Who was a drunk little hamster going to hurt anyway? I later found him asleep in the closet, curled up in a cozy little ball, snoring quietly. Never happened again, which proves once again the magic of beer.

(5) The craving for fluids, the basic instinct of animals to drink, an essential mechanism involved in fluid balance. Thirst is what I have when I'm hungry for water. Maybe you too. So anyway, if you see animals lying on the ground all over, unable to get up, they're either unbalanced by thirst, or they got into someone's beer, which has similar effects. Hard to tell. At this point It's best to call in the experts. You can never really know what's going on out there.


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