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        06-16-2013, 01:52 AM
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    Want all those puppies, their little smushed faces are just too much.

    Do not do the soup diet if you care about those around you. I worked with a bunch of ladies who did it once, I have never been a worst smelling place in my life.

    It's official, I am unable to clean any more. I am exhausted, and was so hungry earlier, I almost lost my footing. Am done, Mum will just have to deal.

    The soup diet is O/K and you don't fart, sorry I ment break wind, to much which is what I think Alex was referring to. My soup has chunks of veg in and not blended up into a mash and a little meat. I like it SWMBO is not keen but i'm doing the cooking so for the next three nights its soup.
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        06-16-2013, 01:58 AM
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    Stan maybe your standard for not farting too much, is already more than average. You are male after all. :)
         
        06-16-2013, 01:59 AM
      #10523
    Yearling
    Just got on to read posts,but want to thank Stan for the jokes; made me laugh! Especially like the slinky-thing..yup,will keep that in mind;"oh,you be a Slinky, I'll be nice to you,I will smile,I will envision: 'tumble tumble'..then guess I'll have to patch you up @ stair's bottom").
         
        06-16-2013, 02:05 AM
      #10524
    Yearling
    ..oh, I like NickerMker's new horse..
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        06-16-2013, 02:07 AM
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    I like your joke. The problem is that my step Dad who is an awesome human being won't sit on my furniture as he might get a dog hair on him, last visit, he sat out on the porch, as he didn't want to be in my house.


    Loading issues, have you tried feeding in the trailer? If they don't go in, they miss dinner. When they get hungry enough, they go in.
    Tough love. :) Be real loud about feeding everyone else, and then offer in the trailer. No go, oh well. Then you wait to eat.

    Well awesome human being or not if you have animals, and he knows it, then visits and sits outside because of the dog hair perhaps its time to have a heart to heart talk. If its not an allergy issue then to me its a shot across my bows and that is like a red rage to a bull. My little ditty of offering a first class one way ticket was not a story I did do it.

    As for Stella Loading She loaded on Saturday 4 times and prior to that she was loading after going through a refusual faze. I do have an idea.

    What do you think of this I have to dispatch one of the lambs Was going to be this weekend but due to the rain, but will leave it untill next weekend.
    Ill use the shot gun to do the job infront of Stella. The when I go to load her again Ill have the gun leaning against the fence so she can see it. I wonder if she will take the hint.
         
        06-16-2013, 02:13 AM
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    Stan maybe your standard for not farting too much, is already more than average. You are male after all. :)
    I referr you back to the correct terminology Its Break wind and yes 16 times a day just like the women folk.
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        06-16-2013, 02:16 AM
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    Just got on to read posts,but want to thank Stan for the jokes; made me laugh! Especially like the slinky-thing..yup,will keep that in mind;"oh,you be a Slinky, I'll be nice to you,I will smile,I will envision: 'tumble tumble'..then guess I'll have to patch you up @ stair's bottom").

    Your welcome Ill dig a few more out a little later. Time to light the fire.
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        06-16-2013, 02:44 AM
      #10528
    Yearling
    Dang,takes alot of reading from post 1040 to 1053! Thanks Stan,I like the jokes (my female cat kneading my arm as I type,not sure if she likes your jokes or not,or just wants to rip my arm up, but male 8 m/o kitten abit ago jumped out @ her from beneath the skirt of an ottoman & she jumped a foot;likely he'd like anything you'd ever say..since he has a sense of humor).
    Lori: I do like the curly! I'd love to have that much hair,just wet it,fluff it up,& let it go. It just looks so fun & free.
    Melinda: As soon after I have my lesson this Monday, I'll post. Am going out early to scoop poop, then have my lesson,barring predicted thunderstorms;fingers crossed. Oh, yr chicken! I love it, I like chickens, weird as they are. I'd name that one,@ first,Elizabeth,since what else can you call a Queen, but would likely change it to Frizz,for hair-do!
    The list: all I have missing right now is Ladytrails, but maybe missed that one.
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        06-16-2013, 02:58 AM
      #10529
    Yearling
    Hi AlexS! All cleaned up??
         
        06-16-2013, 02:59 AM
      #10530
    Green Broke
    Terry, I cannot wait. I may be as excited for your lesson as you!
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