First of all, I want to point something out...
It's not true that blind people have extraordinarily enhanced other senses.
The simple fact is that when you don't have your sight to rely on you actually pay proper attention to your other senses. Speaking as someone who's been there I know that when you can see you use your sight to verify what you're hearing, smelling, etc. But when you can't see you learn not to second-guess your other senses, and as a result you can pick up things others can't.
Our living room is at the front of this place, our bathroom is at the back. It's not a huge place, but it's big enough that you need to raise your voice in order to be heard from one end of it by someone at the other end of it. Because I'm used to needing to listen for things I tend to hear Kelly easier than he hears me... Usually!
Kelly and Kero were in the living room, and Kero was barking and yipping like a puppy - we later found out the postman was about - and I was in the bathroom running a bath, and I heard Kelly say what sounded to me like, "I think he's having a second chow-pud."
I wont go in to details, but after getting him to repeat it I figured out he'd actually said, "childhood," not "chow-pud," (funnily enough, LOL!)
I guess my muse is back though, because I then started thinking...
What is a chow-pud? Does it even exist? If it does, what would be in it? I guess it would have to involve meat and/or cheese, otherwise Kero wouldn't love it enough for seconds!
Of course, then I started thinking some more...
Kero's often a picky eater, so... What would be so tempting to Kero that he would eat two helpings faster than I could even run a bath?
I think I've got it!
Bacon covered in melted cheese!
What else could it be?
Now only one question remains...
Why did Kero get a cooked breakfast and I only got cold cereal?