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    Quote Originally Posted by PeiLuver View Post
    lol this is all so funny. Russell never snored, Geisha could lift the roof. Now that there is just Molly and I, we are probably competing for who can snore the loudest. Not that I hear me.
    Said it before and I'll say it again, who needs a bloke in bed when you have a Staffy, hogs the bed, snores all night, and I'll be polite, bum burps that are really "OFF" .
    Good luck for tonight DA.

    I'll 2nd Pei's words about Stafford's...


    Hope you get a quiet nights sleep tonight DA..

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    Yuna does bum burps too...then looks questioningly at her bum. she usually does normal burps whenever she eats. She is such a lady.

    She also snores a lot, but I am starting to find it kinda soothing...more so than OH's - which is just annoying. Though she is so much better than when she was a pup, it was a like a chainsaw wielding bullfrog on a bulldozer. But OH didn't want to move the crate so we had to deal with it.

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    Does that get Peiluver this month's "genteel" award for flatulence description?

    When I've got a cold I sometimes snore, but I wake myself up.

    Fortunately Frosty doesn't snore.

    Surely DA, you could arrange all the snorers in the same room? Leaving the other one for you?

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    I feel your pain! My staffy x rumbles and grumbles in his sleep, as well as snores... I kick him off the bed when my OH is over (lucky for me he doesn't snore!) but he practically shakes the floor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    Does that get Peiluver this month's "genteel" award for flatulence description?

    When I've got a cold I sometimes snore, but I wake myself up.

    Fortunately Frosty doesn't snore.

    Surely DA, you could arrange all the snorers in the same room? Leaving the other one for you?
    Yeah, you would have thought so, wouldn't you. Easy scenario, right? NO. Husband reckons Logan even keeps him awake.

    This way everyone is happy. We all had a good night's sleep last night. Shame about today, 3 of us are home sick. Sigh.
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    Hmmmm, I have mentioned the reason Diesel is named Diesel haven't I???? That would be because he sounds like a mac truck when he snores....which is why he sleeps on OH side of the bed......Noah, the staffy's and I have the cone of silence around us!!
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    I have decided that sleep-ins are out. I had a really bad night last night, couldnt sleep as I was feeling a bit of a sookie la la, so about 7.30 this morning Madam Molly decides its time for her play in bed with Mum. I was jumped on, sat on, licked all over my face, then the roll on the back so I could scratch her belly & kicked with the back legs if I stopped, then something new, she tried to "flea" my arm. That did it, had to get up, then I found why she was so bluddy smoochie, another pillow ripped from a spare bed and torn up all over the carpet.
    Oh the joys of owning a Staffy.

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    Has MM been taking pillow-destroying lessons from Logan?!?!

    Last night I had a whippet worming his way under the doona, he then proceeded to kick me further and further over the the edge of the bed (was asleep but awake enough to register what he was doing just not awake enough to protest), when I woke up I was hanging on for dear life...guess who had most of the electric blanket's warmth!

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    LOLage, GAG!

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    for a slightly built medium sized dog whippets are bed hogs and they're very good at being a dead weight when your trying to reclaim at least a slither of the bed.

    And the whippet said roll-over, roll-over and they all rolled over and GAG fell out!

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