Last week, we were visiting Mexico…. having the time of our life! It was a beautiful day in Mexico and a few of us were snapping beautiful photos, taking in all that Puerto Vallarta has to offer. We were in awe at the scenery, it was so magical and beautiful!
While trying to find the best photographic opportunity, Megan looks over her shoulder and as she was about to take a photo, PLOP! She looked over at me and said… “Oh my god, either it is starting to rain or I got pooped on!”
Well, it definitely wasn’t raining at this point. She got what the Clorox Icktionary calls “Poo-jay’d”.
When you are hit with bird poop on your clothes, in your hair, or in your purse.
Well, poop! Literally. How in the heck were we going to deal with this? We are in a country and did not speak the language very well. We needed some napkins PRONTO! Por Favor! :)
Thankfully, we got a few napkins and laughed it off… and enjoyed the rest of our day.
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