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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    GSD's, how many of these treats is Inca going to need?
    After seeing the size of all the full-grown adults a couple of weeks back, I'm worried how many bags will be needed for each treat. Lol.
    Let's just get that puppy into your home first & go from there. That "care package" I sent with a few bits 'n pieces for Zed that you've probably still got should do for the moment. Just use what you've got on hand & we'll go from there. Trust me ... it will be alright.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    I love jaffas too. Quick. Roll em down the aisle.
    You have to suck on them first, so that the red colouring comes off, and then you throw them at the screen so they slide down and leave a red streak.
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    Yep, they are safely tucked away in the pantry. Although I did share the fish ones with the cat who loves them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anne View Post
    You have to suck on them first, so that the red colouring comes off, and then you throw them at the screen so they slide down and leave a red streak.
    You did that too!

    I used to wait for the crucial moment in a movie where the crowd was hushed, then bingo, throw them down the aisle to clatter as loud as possible and watch ppl jump. Ah, what fools we were! Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    You did that too!

    I used to wait for the crucial moment in a movie where the crowd was hushed, then bingo, throw them down the aisle to clatter as loud as possible and watch ppl jump. Ah, what fools we were! Lol.
    LOL when my mum was a teenager she used to see how much popcorn she could collect in someone's afro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disneygotpierced View Post
    LOL when my mum was a teenager she used to see how much popcorn she could collect in someone's afro.
    Ha ha.

    Unofrtunately for me, the rage when i was a kid was chewing gum. very sad, as I had very long hair and my mother was heartbroken when we had to chop it all off.

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    unfortunately in the Dog world people do get on their high horses and try and knock eachother off their pedistals... No idea why I would have thought it would be best to approach each situation wth an open mind... But then I'm probably classed as weak in the Dog Training world...

    EDIT TO SAY: Sorry people I forgot to refrash and missed a whole 5 pages of notes....

    Please roll a Jaffa this way....
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    Personally, I think an open mind is good.
    A pessimist sees the glass as half empty;
    An optimist sees the glass as half full;
    A realist just finishes the damn thing and refills it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Ha ha.

    Unofrtunately for me, the rage when i was a kid was chewing gum. very sad, as I had very long hair and my mother was heartbroken when we had to chop it all off.
    Oh dear. That's too far IMO. Actually doing permanent stuff isn't funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Netty View Post
    unfortunately in the Dog world people do get on their high horses and try and knock eachother off their pedistals... No idea why I would have thought it would be best to approach each situation wth an open mind... But then I'm probably classed as weak in the Dog Training world...
    No, not weak - decent.

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