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    I so want to say "So, that lady was legless", but that would be a bit tacky eh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSDs4Ever View Post
    I so want to say "So, that lady was legless", but that would be a bit tacky eh.
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    How can we get that pic on as our LOL emoticon. That's twice you've done that now & I must say .... bloody cracks me up darl.

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    Tell me about it! I piss myself, I have tears in my eyes everytime I see it.
    I just wait for the oppotunity to use it
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    Barton: staffy x, our first dog and my family had been arguing in the lead up(3 sis + parents) but a friend had suggested we name him after the suburb we bought him from but some how Ngunnawal didn't fit so we named him after the highway "Barton highway". Nick names of buggalugs or boofhead

    Deakin: lab, Is our 2nd dog after Barton passed very unexpectedly, and before we even picked him up we had all decided seperatly on deakin to start a naming pattern so there was no real debate, but gets some questions. And he gets the nickname of sookface and muttley

    Sky is our Budgie, white and a real pale sky blue so...., and the budgie before was jem for the brilliant blue purple patch against the yellow

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    Ruby- (boxer) She used to be a real gem red, like you had held it up to the sunn, but she gradually got more brindle with age.

    Luca- (boxer) I have no idea, but it suited her to a T.

    Bella - (shih-tzu Maltese X) Welll it took me a while to choose a name, searching the internet for a meaningful name, and the parentals were getting sick of my... indecisiveness, so I picked the next name I saw, which turned out fitting perfectly, since it means beautiful in Latin/Italian, or so I've heard.

    Romeo- (horse) Well, he used to be called Casper, and as soon as I considered buying him, 'that name HAS to go'. He was gelded late, so he's still very much of a cassanova with the ladies, if you know what I mean. *wink wink nudge nudge*
    Romeo just fits him perfectly, even though its annoying whenever people ask 'Wheres Juliet?' I mean, REALLY original. There are a rare few who say, 'Romeo, Romeo, where for art thou Romeo?' I do that to call him in from the paddock aswell.


    I have named all of our animals, apart from Luca. Including the previous cats, birds, horses, etc.

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