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MattBairn

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  1. I did consider taking the door off the cage when she's toilet trained and keeping it as her safe place as she seems to love it.
  2. No need to explain why you're asking, I actually thought the same thing initially but I read up on it alot and it seems to be all down to toilet training. Dogs won't go to the toilet in an area where they're sleeping. I get up and let her outside if she makes any noise during the night and she goes out to pee, poo or can get a drink. Shes only up once (maybe twice) in a night. If she had the run of the house she'd just pee and poo everywhere. She actually likes her cage, it's in our bedroom and she happily goes in at night when she's tired. I won't use it long term though, just till she's toilet trained.
  3. Little Bella, our 13 week old Beaglier. Shes an absolute star. Very loving but also utterly mental when having her daft half hour.
  4. Wouldn't be the first time her arse has been treble teamed.
  5. Thanks buddy. Shes a wee cracker. She had spent this afternoon playing with my fiances parents dog (Dexter the golden Retriever) and her aunties dog (small, not sure what type). She seems to have a lovely happy nature about her. Shes playful without being annoying. The breeder did a fantastic job socialising her before we picked her up. I've never been much of a dog person but I absolutely love her. (I reserve the right to change that in the middle of the night when she's howling in her cage )
  6. Beagle dad. Cavalier King Charles spaniel mum.
  7. Bella. Born 11th March 16. Just got her home a few days ago. Shes mental! She's a Beaglier. Love her already.
  8. I was initially thinking that the aftermath of the match was a bad thing as it took away from cracking final. Thanks to Sevco's hilarious response and Hibs measured response I think it's been better than the match. Absolutely brilliant entertainment.
  9. I've been at work all day but managed to catch most of the game. Killie obviously completely deserved their win and to stay up. Congratulations. We just didn't turn up. It's more annoying that we played so badly, I think we let ourselves down a bit today. Of we had played as well as we could and lost then it would have been easier to take. We picked a bad day to have an off day. Credit to Killie thought they swamped the midfield and gave us no time on the ball.
  10. haha. I don't know that area at all.
  11. It has. There are also alot of excellent places in the surrounding areas. Monifieth, Broughty Ferry and Arbroath all have some excellent restaurants.
  12. Exactly. There's blame on both sides. I seem to remember the Killie fans invading the pitch at Rugby Park when they relegated us on the last game of the season. Their fans goaded the Falkirk support but we didn't react. The result was alot of annoyed Falkirk fans leaving the stadium as the Killie fans celebrated. The lack of reaction of the fans who's team lost is the main difference here,but both sets of fans need to take some responsibility. I don't mind the pitch invasion, it happens fairly regularly down south at the playoffs etc and there's rarely any real bother from what I've seen. Obviously if fans attacked players then it's completely unacceptable. Goading is less unacceptable but still likely to cause a reaction. As I said, it's a shame in a way, as it was a cracking final with chances galore at either end.
  13. I had to laugh at the pundits constantly going on about how it was a shame that they weren't talking about the game and carry on talking about the celebrations. They could have just started talking about the game!
  14. Cant disagree with that. Especially coupled with the fact that the media tend to ignore the singing at any other time as well.
  15. Did anyone else think that it was a pretty damn good game of football? Especially for a final. They're usually cagey affairs but not this one. Quite enjoyed it.
  16. Well done Hibs. I'm not a fan of Stubbs but admit they have had some horrendous luck lately and was happy enough to see them win it today.
  17. Football. By an absolute country mile.
  18. I might've said this before in here but... Riorden and O'Connor were a fantastic strike force. I remember watching them against us at Easter Road (no idea what year it would've been) and their movement and interlinking play was a real joy to watch (as much as it can be against your team). It's quite sad to see how both of their careers have gone.
  19. I remember when I first read Ultimate X-men. I loved how brutal and dark it was. Nothing like the usual 'spandex' type comics you mention. Comics have evolved (in the same way computer games have I suppose). The kids reading them grew up and became writers. Those writers changed the way comics were supposed to be and as the writers matured so did their work.
  20. You might if its not at the weekend. We've booked short notice a few times during the week.
  21. I do OK. Working offshore offers me a lot of quality time when at home, and the wage allows a good standard of living. It lets us travel which is something we love to do. Its a trade though, working away has its disadvantages too.
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