1. being bitten by rabid animal
2. the overconsumption of sugar packets on a wednesday afternoon in the workplace
Coworker 2 "oh man, didnt you hear?"
Coworker 1 "no, what happened?"
Coworker 2 "she got the rabies!"
Coworker 1 "what?! how?! doesn't she live in the city??!"
Coworker 2 "no she lives in the bronx, but she didn't get it from being bit by her archnemesis - the evil raccoon, nay - something overcame her yesterday and on a whim she began consuming packet after packet of sugar from our cupboards, likely in an effort to save the world one packet at a time from coming in close contact with the poisonous stuff."
Coworker 2 "it was very graceful. she appeared almost fountain like. it was as close to the trevi fountain i'll ever get. sigh" awkward pause by water cooler
rabies can be spread through spit. often, when an animal is toward the end of its life with rabies it will attack any living thing it sees, spreading rabies more. if a human contracts rabies, they are given a huge, painful shot for six days during the 14 day incubation period.
you can tell if nocturnal animals have rabies because they will be out during the day because they can't sleep due to the pain they are experiencing.