Nov 2, 2012
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Doing the velvet bagpipes?!!!
You’re an absolute mine of appalling similes today FD.
ewwww, that little tail wag as the little creep mentions pants action (while he’s holding the milk!) is even creepier than the real thing. I’ll imagine that every time I see him from now on.
Nicely self-deprecating, Dog: concern about racehorses juxtaposed with bacon and milk, showing that none of us has really clean paws.
Do chicks who gamble get loads of sex with hot blokes?
I must be dumb… what the dickens does “doing the velvet bagpipes” allude to?
Cyberfysh, (as a vego) I note that pigs and cows are bred for food whilst horses are bred for “entertainment”. But your point is still true.
People who gamble to excess (helping to keep the likes of “Tom Thumb” in a manner to which they’ve become accustomed, while putting their kids through Bookies College) know a hundred things they can do with baked beans too.
some sort of dasyurid I suppose.
Heritage – there’s a fine cotton thread theme going through the family business.
But it can get hard, you need a bold personality to make it work.
‘smug, rictus grin’ – full marks, Mr Dog.
At a pub here in Brisbane they have an annual Oz Day cockroach race. This bloke could be next year’s favourite.