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Dogs at crags?

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I always feel better when I flash something, but dogging is not without entertainment value, like practicing you dance steps move by move.

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the morning after i first spent a night on a portaledge i had to against all natural impulses NOT bash a dog's head in w/ said 'ledge as it blocked the only exit of the crag, snarling n' barking, ball-height'n' w/ bated breath - fuck knows where its owner was, or even if it was so honored as to have an ownder? do dingoes count in this here scientific poll? :)

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It doesn't matter where they are IMHO

 

Well behaved dogs and owners :tup:

 

Badly behaved dogs and owners :tdown: owners need a beating!

 

 

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It doesn't matter where they are IMHO

 

Well behaved dogs and owners :tup:

 

Badly behaved dogs and owners :tdown: owners need a beating!

 

 

Absolutely on the money.

 

Mine are always well behaved and under control, I expect the same from other owners or I give a some grief.

 

The same also applies to children, although children can be eaten as a last resort.

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I highly recommend trying dog. Been living in China about a year now, and have to say. They're tasty little bastards. It's even more gratifying eating the hound after having been chased by a large Tibetan mastiff while jogging.

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It doesn't matter where they are IMHO

 

Well behaved dogs and owners :tup:

 

Badly behaved dogs and owners :tdown: owners need a beating!

 

 

Absolutely on the money.

 

Mine are always well behaved and under control, I expect the same from other owners or I give a some grief.

 

The same also applies to children, although children can be eaten as a last resort.

 

That may be true. But all owners think *their* dog is always well behaved and under control.

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