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14 hours ago, Shotgun said:

Wee yappy dogs aren't really dogs, to be fair. I'm not exactly sure what they are (although I have a few ideas) but they shouldn't be allowed to use the noble name of "dog'.

 

7 hours ago, WhiteRoseKillie said:

Inbred evolutionary dead ends works for me. My Casper (Lab/Cocker cross) would survive on his own (once he's defeated his nemesis - his own tail) as would yer average Shepherd, Retreiver, etc.  Dump one of these little cúnts out of their natural environment (normally a fucking handbag or the like), and the squirrels round here would fúck them up in minutes.

 

I've had big and wee dugs and tbh the wee dugs ( westies and jack Russell's) were just as (maybe more) hardy than the labs and shepherds.  Size isn't everything guys.

 

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Getting bubblegum in your mix up is a total waste of a valuable few pence.
Mix up? Is that a bag of sweets aye? I've only ever heard that called a Mixture.

Let the regional definition arguments commence.

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I've had big and wee dugs and tbh the wee dugs ( westies and jack Russell's) were just as (maybe more) hardy than the labs and shepherds.  Size isn't everything guys.

 

Any time you want to set up a Jack Russell v. Labrador fight to the death, let me know. It won't end well for the one which could be confused for a squeaky toy.

Those squirrels I mentioned? They wind next door's Lhasa Apsos up continually. He has six of the little hairballs, and they never shut the fùck up. The tree rats know exactly how much risk they pose: absolutely f**k all.

 

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Mix up? Is that a bag of sweets aye? I've only ever heard that called a Mixture.

Let the regional definition arguments commence.

10p mix, probably 20p these days.

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10 minutes ago, MixuFixit said:

10p mix, probably 20p these days.

A 'ten bag' means something entirely different now than when I said it as a kid too. 

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Dugs are fascist.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Have you ever heard of a police cat?

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1 hour ago, tamthebam said:

Dugs are fascist.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Have you ever heard of a police cat?

Officer Tiddles.

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7 hours ago, WhiteRoseKillie said:

Any time you want to set up a Jack Russell v. Labrador fight to the death, let me know. It won't end well for the one which could be confused for a squeaky toy.

Those squirrels I mentioned? They wind next door's Lhasa Apsos up continually. He has six of the little hairballs, and they never shut the fùck up. The tree rats know exactly how much risk they pose: absolutely f**k all.

 

Squirrels are kunts with all dugs tbf, mine still try to catch them and everything else that moves.

 

 

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11 hours ago, WhiteRoseKillie said:

Any time you want to set up a Jack Russell v. Labrador fight to the death, let me know. It won't end well for the one which could be confused for a squeaky toy.

As loathe as I am to stick up for small dogs, I wouldn't be confident of sticking money on the Lab in that fight - Jack Russells go straight for the throat and don't stop until their opponent is dead. 

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16 hours ago, Stellaboz said:

Getting bubblegum in your mix up is a total waste of a valuable few pence.

 

16 hours ago, 19QOS19 said:

Mix up? Is that a bag of sweets aye? I've only ever heard that called a Mixture.

Let the regional definition arguments commence.

My work colleagues from Edinburgh/Fife all call it a Pick and Mix

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A Jack Russell nearly blinded an ex of mine, by biting her repeatedly at the top of her nose/upper cheek when it got startled by people cheering the Hogmanay bells on the telly and in the living room. They are little c***s, and Labs being the dozy, docile sweethearts they are, I wouldn’t bet on them in a fight.

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I wouldn’t bet on a Labrador against any terrier that’s been breed to kill vermin etc. They are vicious in a fight. Doesn’t make them c***s though.

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20 minutes ago, SweeperDee said:

A Jack Russell nearly blinded an ex of mine, by biting her repeatedly at the top of her nose/upper cheek when it got startled by people cheering the Hogmanay bells on the telly and in the living room. They are little c***s, and Labs being the dozy, docile sweethearts they are, I wouldn’t bet on them in a fight.

Did you go out with a Labrador?

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18 hours ago, 19QOS19 said:

It's not really true though. I've been to the shop around the corner and came back 10 minutes later and the dog greets me as if she hasn't seen me in years.

 

They are definitely loyal, loving animals. Cats go where they are fed. My mum's neighbour seems to feed every fucking cat in the street and genuinely believes they come to her because they like her. It's because she leaves food on her doorstep every day the crazy bitch.

 

But your dog doesn’t know how long you are going to be gone for, whether it’s 10 minutes or 10 days. It is still worried that you aren’t coming back and it’s being abandoned so is happy when you come back. I’m not doubting that they are loyal and loving animals, I just think a lot of dog owners overestimate the strength of their relationships with their pets. 

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