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    Haha - actually it was nearly two big fat beauties. The second one, however, was less 'robust' and snapped in half upon exit...

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    My dog is master of king sized dumps. They could double as tank traps!
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    Im quite jealous of the way dogs can plonk their arses on the floor and drag themselves along with their front legs. If I could do that the world would seem a much better place. I'd do it after every dump too.
    ~Paul~

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    What? You've never learnt?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Primalsea View Post
    Im quite jealous of the way dogs can plonk their arses on the floor and drag themselves along with their front legs. If I could do that the world would seem a much better place. I'd do it after every dump too.
    Ah yes, that's what's commonly known as the 'jobby dance'!

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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    What? You've never learnt?
    Obviously one of the areas where the Scottish education system is better than the English, we never get to learn such things.
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    I believe that Andrex are running a road show this week in Lowestoft, with live demonstrations on how to 'wipe, not swipe'... Might be worth a look?

    I rather liked their advertising slogan: "Andrex - waging the war against skidders".

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    Well something is going on because I can now sit down and really enjoy a lengthy Opera On some days I can only cope with Classical music to relax. I never really thought I would say that

    This forum doesnt help with statements like all equipment which predates 1990 must go in the past masters or "Vintage" section. My idea of vintage is somewhere between the Benz Patent Motor Car and the War

    I dont even have to remember as far back as some of you. Ive started to sound like the four Yorkshiremen if I mention power cuts in the 1970s. The youngsters think its another bloody world
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    Quote Originally Posted by Primalsea View Post
    Im quite jealous of the way dogs can plonk their arses on the floor and drag themselves along with their front legs. If I could do that the world would seem a much better place. I'd do it after every dump too.
    Nothing funnier than seeing the dog skidding around the lawn on its arsh
    I only ride 'em, I don't know what makes 'em work

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