Not too long ago, when the shitter was full, I had a somewhat interesting shopping experience at Walmart. Not the usual People of Walmart experience, but a sense and purpose of criminal mastermind experience. Perhaps inspired by Heisenberg.
According to CSI, you can clean up body fluids using bleach. A lot of bleach. It not only kills majority of the germs and bacteria, but clears the scent of a horrible crime … in my case it was killing the odour of human feces which had dripped and gushed over me and the floor in the basement.
Anyway, I had to clean up the basement, and needed cleaning supplies. So, I ventured to the local Walmart to stock up; buckets, mops, bleach, bleach, bleach and air freshener. Didn’t meet many suspicious and interesting characters, but it is always a surreal journey down each isle – especially when you witness a Hasidic Jew inspecting the new line of hunting riffles.
Within a few minutes, my filled with 4 large bottles of bleach, a mop, 3-pack of air fresheners, disinfecting wipes family sized box and of course scented candles. You can never go wrong with candles.
The cashier had an interesting look on her face, trying to perhaps understand why I would buy these quantities of bleach. She was a little disturbed to say the least, especially when I paid in cash. Perhaps she remember the scene in Breaking Bad where they try to dissolve a body in the bath tub with acid. Everybody knows to use plastic containers for that!
All the way my car, I was looking over my shoulders, expecting to be tackled by the 7-ft armed security guard, while screaming in a fetal position due to the pain of the taser. Was I going to be a victim of my shopping needs?
I made it home and started the cleaning process. Hours later my basement was shining, smelling like a hospital, and my hands were smelling as if I had completed a few autopsies and bathed in bleach … I should’ve bought latex gloves.
Looks as good as new!