Email This Post HomeHumorPractical JokesProtecting Yourself from Tiny Petri Dishes Amy Vansant November 27, 2011 Practical Jokes, Visuals 18 Comments Last time I visited the nieces I came away with a flu that lasted 3+ weeks. This is how Mike and I showed up for Thanksgiving. About Latest Posts Amy VansantAmy Vansant is a USA Today and Wall Street Journal Best-Selling author specializing in fun, funny fiction --- even the murder mysteries. Latest posts by Amy Vansant (see all) Earn Gifts by helping me grow, giveaways and book deals - November 28, 2018 Win a Kindle, Poltergeists and Book Deals… - November 21, 2018 Where being hard-headed and cooking doesn’t mix… giveaways and deals - November 15, 2018 18 Responses Abby November 27, 2011 I’m concerned for you, only because I see a flaw in your logic. Where’s the mouth hole for food entry? You MUST redesign this before registering for the petri dish patent… 0 likes Reply Amy Vansant November 27, 2011 Couldn’t risk it. Too dangerous. 0 likes Reply Phil November 27, 2011 I’d be careful with those Lysol pictures-there seems to a be a ‘thing’ right now with pictures of people using various chemical weapons (pepper spray, tear gas, etc.) on defenseless people. Maybe you should plead the fifth. 0 likes Reply Amy Vansant November 27, 2011 She’s not defenseless at all! She took me out for a month! 0 likes Reply Carrie - Cannibalistic Nerd November 27, 2011 And she’s wearing glasses to protect her eyes. I think you’re good here. 0 likes Lance November 27, 2011 Im one of those jerks that has kids. I suggest taking a cute from my serial poisoner Millicent, and going over with innoculation and antibiotic syringes. At least your gloves and masks matched what you had on. Fashion > sickness 0 likes Reply Amy Vansant November 27, 2011 They have antibiotic syringes? Instead of pills? I should have thought to ask a parent… 0 likes Reply Michelle H. November 27, 2011 PLAGUE CARRIERS! ALL OF THEM! Seriously, I was taken out this Thanksgiving by a friend’s small petri dish. She gladly gave me tonsillitis. And as I found out with chicken pox, childhood diseases SUCK as an adult. 0 likes Reply Amy Vansant November 28, 2011 Tonsillitis? AAK! 0 likes Reply Jessica November 27, 2011 I learned that lesson the hard way too. Anytime I visit my nephews I take like 12 airbornes. …Which coincidentally puts you in a great mood and makes whining and crying a lot less annoying too. Double win! 0 likes Reply Amy Vansant November 28, 2011 I forgot about airbornes… I should definitely try that. Had no idea they help your mood too! 0 likes Reply DogsOnDrugs.com November 27, 2011 This is exactly the approach I wanted to take, but my wife pointed out that I probably couldn’t legally purchase napalm. 0 likes Reply Amy Vansant November 28, 2011 Yeah, their mom got a bit miffed about the lysol too… 0 likes Reply Misty November 27, 2011 Yes, the glasses make it perfectly alright. Safety first, I say. 0 likes Reply bschooled December 5, 2011 Safety first, indeed! Wait, what were we talking about? ps. I burst out laughing when I saw this the other day. Of course I couldn’t comment at the time, but being my soul sister I’m sure you felt the drops of red bull (or, should I say, “toro rojo”) shooting out from my mouth. 0 likes Reply Amy Vansant December 5, 2011 Look at you, all bilingual and shit… 0 likes Maria November 28, 2011 A friend of mine got the flu from her ex-husband spending time with her kids! So, it’s not just kids, it’s exs, too! 0 likes Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Add me to Amy Vansant's Humor Newsletter!