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Old 01-01-2016, 01:38 PM   #21
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Troll???
I know, I'm as shocked as you are.
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Old 01-01-2016, 01:39 PM   #22
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Happy new year HF, that was halarious!
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It's all in the name I believe. Quite clever. But I know what happens to me when my diet includes high fiber...and too much of it.... fos.lol
High Fibre/ FOS. I'd never made that connection.

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Old 01-01-2016, 02:09 PM   #24
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High Fibre/ FOS. I'd never made that connection.

Thanks, LPC.
At your age, I'd have thought you would have made that "connection" long ago.
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Do I hear the Exxon Valedze rumbling up my street. And this time with a pita pooch?
Shh! We're supposed to play along! Make a smart Alec response hehe
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Not only do I take my dog, I take my kids and have the homeowner babysit while I paint their house.
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Last year one of my crew saw a lady being preemptive on picking her dogs poop by catching it in the bag wrapped around her hand. wtf!

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Catching it!!!??? Is that like preventative maintenance? Lolol. Yikes.
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Shh! We're supposed to play along! Make a smart Alec response hehe
Gotcha.oops.
Still fairly new and learning...slllllooooowwwwllllyyyyy
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Catching it!!!??? Is that like preventative maintenance? Lolol. Yikes.
Yeah, that involved a mental image of getting way too close to the action than I would care to be.
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Yeah, that involved a mental image of getting way too close to the action than I would care to be.
I think I'd rather catch a cold....lol
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This thread has truly gone to 5hit.
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This thread has truly gone to 5hit.
Think it started that way and then we just kept "piling" it on.
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Think it started that way and then we just kept "piling" it on.
Well, let's keep it up.
Maybe we'll finally be able to answer the age old question of "how high it can be stacked".
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I owly took my dog to a site once. It was because the home owner had 3 children and my dog was around 3 months old. The home owner asked me specifically if it was ok for them to play with the puppy all day as i worked. They had a great time and all was well. But now taking my 110 pound dog looks like a wolf to an owners house is just in bad taste. Over all don't think its a good idea unless they specifically want to meet your dog.
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