Random hoomans...by our dogs..

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Beanwood, Dec 3, 2016.

  1. Lara

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    Hmmm that is a good idea....but I think her bum is too fat to fit them :( Pig-daddy might fit them as he takes me running but that wouldn’t work either on account of him unfortunately being a kibble-brain. It is hard being a Pig with deficient pig-parents but I’ll do my best.
     
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    Hmm Spaniel Socks you say...? I might get me some of them to keep Pig-mummy on her toes :D

    GoodGirlJoy, a word of warning from a small but wise Pig - you may find that if you do manage to weasel up to a pidgey, your mum might not call you GoodGirlJoy anymore. It might be OhGodWhatHaveYouDoneJoy or some other words. But it’s worth it for a flappy lunch :D
     
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    Piggington-pie, We all have deficient parents in one way or another - "Work with the hooman in front of you" is what I always say. Find what makes them tick.

    GoodGirlJoy...Go for it, do the tummy creepy-uppy thing, if you catch pidgey you'll probably also get ForHeavensSakeGoodGirlJoyLEAVEIT! Just dance sideways and enjoy your flappy lunch.

    - Coco
     
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    Pig,
    hooman mummys is stupid. They don't enjoy the stuff we really like doing at all. When mummy got knocked down 'cos I was excited and she rolled over in the mud and then slipped getting up and fell in the edge of the lake she was all For goodness sake Amber! Who needs enemies.......... I tried to help her clean up but she fell over again. Poppy was laughing............I didn't much.

    Amber.
     
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    I love moysturisor. Nanny always puts it on her legs when she comes to visit and love love love licking it off.
     
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    I have often wondered what Bear is for. He is old and sleepy and doesn't play cept with mummy. Today we saw a ratz. I know what he is for now. I didn't know he could move so fast.

    Amber.
     
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    There are some mousies under Daddys shed , I know cos I can smell them and I spend lots of time trying to get under there so Mummy has had to make a barikade to stop me , she finks , Nelly the mouse cacher extraudinaire x
     
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    Going to say Be Careful, Nelly. Our mousey is ginormous - it's as big as you are! Mum saw it on the camera from last night and said it looked more like a wallaby!

    - Coco
     
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    Hello all,

    My hooman bruv has been away Ske-In, hes bin to some big mountain with lots of that lovely white stuff we had few weeks ago. It's a week long Hoolie Zoomie in the snow for Hoomans.
    Anywy, he left his suitcase on the table and oh the smell.....all my 40% was workin or 40 times, whatever, you know, sox and underpants and sweatythings and something else... no one was around and I thought to myself, I'm all grown up now I can play Find It by myself. So I had a good old rummage and furtle, oh heaven, something yummy I found wrapped up in pretty pink paper.
    It was just like that smelly stuff he left on the edge at Christmas, made it so easy for me he did. I had to work a bit harder this time oh but it was worth it:)
    I can't wait to see him later and thank him sooooo much :)
     
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    I toled you so everybodies I ATE THE PHESSIE :p. Mum and mr gundog man weren't very pleased, I don't know why, it was SCRUMMY :).

    Ripple
     
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    Go Rippel :dancesheep:

    Lilly x
     
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  12. Lara

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    Ripple, you are a Good Pig.
     
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    Ripple- awesome! Eating phessies! I frighted 6 or 8 phessies on Sunday -other side of a fence so I couldn't eat them, but the flapping was SO satisfying! I bounced up and down the fence and they smelled SO good. I chased my ball instead which was nearly as good.

    - Coco
     
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    Phesies are stupid. They just jump around and flap. Their poops are too small to eat, they can't zoomie and they don't play swimmy-fetch.
     
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    What is a phesie?! Is it a geese? I once bit the wing of a geese and it flapped at me, then I ran. I got in big trouble and I didn’t even taste anything! I never get any good things on my walks compared to everyone else

    Quinn
     
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    Nicemanontractor gave my mum two phessies but they were deaded. Dad held them up and made them look at me and go to peck me and I got all startled and barkedbarkedbarkedbouncebouncewaggytailpuppybowpuppybow. Then I had to do zoomies because it was all too exciting.

    Mum says I'm a silly woos.

    I sniffed them but they didn't play with me. But then dad took them and did things in the kitchen and tonight we ate them and they were lovely yumyum.
     
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    What's a phesie?? Sounds like something I do when I see poles!
    Forget phesie, I like kangaroo and wombat poos the best!! They're full of nutrients - so I've been telling mum when I have one or two.
    Plus when I had one in my mouth, there's now way I let it go and it's too yucky for mum to touch, the smellier the better for me :D
    Bowie
     
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    I ate wylde bore poo and it made my poo go black hehehe. It was frozen and crunchy. Poosicle.

    Luna
     
  19. Lara

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    Bowie I think you are one of those doggos that lives upside down and far away. There are a few of those on here. I like to be upside down sometimes when I get belly scratches but if I stay there too long it makes me sneeze. But I might try again if I get womble-bat poo, that sounds tasty. Love, the Pig x
     
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    I frightened a phessie this morning - it was behind an old gate in a field & mum didn't know it was there so I asked her if we could look through the gate, and she said yes so we did and it stood up and just ran away, shouting "korrrrk korrrrk". it didn't even flap. They are such silly birds.

    - Coco
     

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