Goodbye Bobster

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Re: Goodbye Bobster

Postby Hen-Gen » Sat Jul 01, 2017 9:16 am

It's when I read threads like this that I wonder if I'm emotionally damaged in some way. Though I applaud good stockmanship and abhor cruelty for me dead is dead and mines a pint of bitter, thanks.
Years ago when I kept terriers and had them die people would ask me where I had buried them. My reply of 'in a bin bag in the dustbin' was never well received.
A couple of years ago when I got married I explained it to my brother in terms of dog **** that sticks between the cleats of ones boots for 30 years so I might as well marry it, He was similarly askance.
Maybe I'm missing out on some rich vein of human experience?
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Re: Goodbye Bobster

Postby rick » Sat Jul 01, 2017 10:00 am

Hen-Gen wrote:Maybe I'm missing out on some rich vein of human experience?

Well, yes, maybe, Hen-Gen. Although its a vein that is often indulgently over mined!
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