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victor nicholas
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Posted: 28 Dec 08 18:46
What's the worst name for a dog you know of?

I know a woman that named her dog Oregano.

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Posted: 28 Dec 08 19:13
In my life, I have had dogs named:

Worthless
Dogzilla (a miniature teacup poodle who thought that she was ferocious)
Knucklebutt (it was a combination of knucklehead and butthead)
Chunkybutt
Dynamite
Slewfoot
Runtlestilkin (yes, he was runt of the litter)

Being raised by an Italian mother on the Mexican border made me realize that entrees are not edible without jalapenos, onions, green chilis, or garlic. Hence, I am the J-man.
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Posted: 28 Dec 08 21:52
"Guess"
That was its name. You can figure out the rest of the joke I'm sure. Poor dog, probably could never understand the constant irritable anger generated whenever it met a new human.

Someone tried to make my life not worth living and NOW they're trying to kill me!
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Posted: 29 Dec 08 00:51

Quote: Jalapenoman

In my life, I have had dogs named:

Worthless
Dogzilla (a miniature teacup poodle who thought that she was ferocious)
Knucklebutt (it was a combination of knucklehead and butthead)
Chunkybutt
Dynamite
Slewfoot
Runtlestilkin (yes, he was runt of the litter)


Dogzilla . . .

My father once had a dog that used to drag his doghouse around the neighbourhood.

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Posted: 29 Dec 08 04:33
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Posted: 29 Dec 08 09:47
As kids we had a dog that was know in the family as "the bark n pant n sniffer" but whose actual name was Bollocks due the huge sack he was kitted with, conspicuously visible when viewed from the back.

I'd sooner have a bottle in front of me than a frontal lobotomy.
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Posted: 29 Dec 08 21:51
Can dogs survive on the Ross Ice Shelf Rusty?

We should be told.

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!

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Posted: 29 Dec 08 21:58
I always wanted a dog all one colour and name it Spot.

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Posted: 29 Dec 08 22:11
I knew a guy that called his dog Dipshit....He also called his kids dipshits too.....He was nicer to his wife, he called her cunt-head.
The guy was a real dick!

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Posted: 29 Dec 08 22:27
So what did he do when he got angry?

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Posted: 29 Dec 08 23:23
Probably chilled out. For obvious reasons.

Played the goalie, cor, bugger me...

Sorry, Mrs Skoob's watching MOTD.

Me - I have no idea.

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Posted: 29 Dec 08 23:27
Shagnasty seems like a good idea for a dog's name.

That's what all the locals call my sister.

HAPPY SHAGGING!!!

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Posted: 29 Dec 08 23:33
Was Joan Collins in that?

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Posted: 30 Dec 08 01:22
I lived in the apartment above a gun store. One of the regulars was a racist dickhead who owned a huge black dog. He named the dog Big N***er.

He was such a douche. The man, I mean. I liked the dog.

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Posted: 30 Dec 08 05:06
Did you pack any heat?

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Posted: 30 Dec 08 09:27

Quote Skoob 1999 : Can dogs survive on the Ross Ice Shelf Rusty?
We should be told.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!
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Sure, we use Siberian huskies to keep the rats down. They eat nothing but snow.
Ref. your dog name / Shagnasty. Used to have a androgynous 'female'? dean at college. She earned the moniker Shagnasty. Deserved it too, a right old dog.
Happy New Year.


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Posted: 30 Dec 08 10:32
Deefer.

We had a dog called Craig.

I have, to this day, no idea why my parents chose it...when I called the dog's name in the park, half the kids turned around. Leading to the unfortunate roundabout incident.

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Posted: 30 Dec 08 11:53
I used to have 11 `Sibes´ but I only have eight now

Kai
Mishka
Bonnie
Bruiser
Choco - My daughter named this one as he´s a red!
Libelula - (Dragonfly in spanish)
Troika
Sabre

And before you say wtf they doing in Spain theyre used up in the mountains to drag unwary skiers to their deaths.

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Posted: 30 Dec 08 17:55

Quote: victor nicholas

Did you pack any heat?


No, guns have never been my thing. They're more trouble than they're worth.

What about you, Vic? Are you packing?

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Posted: 30 Dec 08 18:08 - Edited By: victor nicholas, 30 Dec 08 18:58
I have rifles that I inhierited.

Have not used them for a long time.

I prefer fishing.

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Posted: 30 Dec 08 18:11 - Edited By: victor nicholas, 30 Dec 08 18:12

Quote: IainB

Deefer.

We had a dog called Craig.

I have, to this day, no idea why my parents chose it...when I called the dog's name in the park, half the kids turned around. Leading to the unfortunate roundabout incident.

Iain


Hope none of your siblings were named "Ranger"

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Posted: 30 Dec 08 18:12
We own several guns (all kept in a gun safe).

All but two are for competition target shooting.

Being raised by an Italian mother on the Mexican border made me realize that entrees are not edible without jalapenos, onions, green chilis, or garlic. Hence, I am the J-man.
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Posted: 31 Dec 08 02:56

Quote: victor nicholas

I have rifles that I inhierited.

Have not used them for a long time.

I prefer fishing.


I've always wanted a Sumurai sword

You know, you can use your rifle to fish. Ever heard of shooting fish in a barrel? If you do it in a well-stocked pond the results are similar

People fish with dynamite too. They light it and wait til the fuse is nearly burned down. Then they throw it in the river, lake, ect. It's a very effective way to kill fish. And if the fishermen hold on to the dynamite for a fraction of a second too long..... It's highly illegal for a reason.

Of course that's if you kill what you catch. I always throw mine back

Do you ever fly fish?

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victor nicholas
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Posted: 31 Dec 08 03:40
No, but an old girfriend tried that with me once.

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Posted: 31 Dec 08 04:27
You Brits & your double entendres. I don't know if I spelled that right- this is the first time I've had an occasion to write the word.

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