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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussie Floyd View Post
    WHAT!!!!... dont tell me that Sumo & Ruby have been behaving & caused no Stafford destruction
    Sumo is suffering today with hives again...poor thing Will discuss with the vet on Thursday when he has the stitches out to put him on Atopica (oral medication for atopic dermatitis). Hubby mowed the lawn yesterday...and up came the hives

    Some neighbour has a new puppy and it is SCREAMING. It is freaking both Sumo and Ruby out

    I have plenty of eye-rolling here...I have an 18 year old daughter...should say it all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Occy View Post
    It is a common term - same as Troll and other internet phrases. Don't assume you are the only one affected by suicide.

    At least you admit that you're one of those people...some wouldn't - good for you.

    Man - if I'm not careful I will only see Choppa's and DA's posts


    ETA: What a disgrace to give false sympathy to someone when their dog dies as a way of trying to get on with them. My dogs were worth more than empty platitudes - if you don't believe in it, don't say. I am thoroughly disgusted - then again I did say dishonesty was one of my peeves
    If that is what you think Occy, then there is nothing more I can do to try and make it so we can get along. If anything, you are a disgrace. Not one post of sympathy here, yet you search for it. Give and take.
    As for your proffession, I thought you'd know how to communicate, I guess I got you wrong.
    I admitt, I AM uneducated...I learned what I have by getting out in the real world and living it, but I guess only those who are TRUE dog ppl get your approval. Breeders sell their pups to reg ppl like me...but if we can't come here to learn and share our joy...what is the point?
    Oh.,.I too thought you were a bloke untill someone enlightened me. I guess you need to do something about your 'tone" ???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleasanta View Post
    Sumo is suffering today with hives again...poor thing Will discuss with the vet on Thursday when he has the stitches out to put him on Atopica (oral medication for atopic dermatitis). Hubby mowed the lawn yesterday...and up came the hives

    Some neighbour has a new puppy and it is SCREAMING. It is freaking both Sumo and Ruby out

    I have plenty of eye-rolling here...I have an 18 year old daughter...should say it all

    aww poor Sumo. give him big hugs & kisses from me please

    At one stage vet & I suspected Floyd had grass allergy, vet prescribed the usual meds, cortisone cream & anti histamine pills etc, on further observations i suspected it wasn't the grass at all, it was the wool blankie that i had recently bought him
    In the bin the wool blanket went.

    About teens, i fully understand what your saying, i got a 24/7 hormonal 19yr old daughter & a 24/7hormonal pre-teen 11yr old daughter, both drive me nuts at times

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussie Floyd View Post
    About teens, i fully understand what your saying, i got a 24/7 hormonal 19yr old daughter & a 24/7hormonal pre-teen 11yr old daughter, both drive me nuts at times
    I have an almost 15 year old son...an 18 year old daughter...a 21 year old son AND his 21 year old girlfriend living here!!! Sometimes I tell you...I wanna bloody SCREAM!!!

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    Yikes...I'm sooo NOT looking forward to the teenage yrs!!

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    jesus Cleasanta, I'd move out.

    My 14 year old son uses more hairspray than all your daughters put together, I reckon. It's just not...natural!

    Don't tell me it gets worse. I'll move out now!

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    And for Christmas he wants a hair straightener.
    WTF - he's a boy, and he has straight hair. I'm lost...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozeymum View Post
    Yikes...I'm sooo NOT looking forward to the teenage yrs!!
    My daughter has been a teenager since she was 9....

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    Eeeek, my eldest dd is nearly 9 now!!! Eldest son is nearly 11...but yes...the DD is more mature in some ways...scarey!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    And for Christmas he wants a hair straightener.
    WTF - he's a boy, and he has straight hair. I'm lost...
    a hair straightener...what for???

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