A bit council (Vol 5)

A bit council (Vol 5)

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Dog Star

12,356 posts

132 months

Thursday 4th February
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sutoka said:
Have we had breeding dogs yet?

My neighbours has a visitor who's been bringing their dog up the last week. I've been hearing the oddest sounds coming from their bathroom window when out in the garden so I assume that is the chosen location for the canine shag-fest.

By March/April expect a lot of visitors. The breed fetch between £2-3k each and I reckon he has 4 bhes so not really a surprise he doesn't have any other means of employment.
Absolutely 100% council as it gets.
I met a guy last year and he ticks every box for this. He lives on a council estate, entire back garden (and he has expanded into his neighbours) converted into kennels. It's well done, but the barking and noise - this is a crowded council estate and from the pics I have seen on FB every person on the estate is at it.

Also they have some woman who comes round to "service" the stud dogs when they are "at it" in some way. She must be off the "council filth" scale in every way.

Oh yes - the dogs are "bullys".

It must be utter misery for everyone else on these estates.

Brilad

527 posts

153 months

Thursday 4th February
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Psycho Warren said:
Reminds me of this cleverly edited version:

Heh that's from when Trevor takes over someone's flat in GTA V.

He was a properly hilarious character. I think one of his funniest scenes was where he kept microwaving chilli then putting it back in the firdge with predictable results.

Or when the game returned control to him and he'd be somewhere in the desert wearing only cowboy boots and his underpants.

Playing GTA: Council.

Krupp88

368 posts

91 months

Thursday 4th February
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Red9zero said:
sutoka said:
Have we had breeding dogs yet?

My neighbours has a visitor who's been bringing their dog up the last week. I've been hearing the oddest sounds coming from their bathroom window when out in the garden so I assume that is the chosen location for the canine shag-fest.

By March/April expect a lot of visitors. The breed fetch between £2-3k each and I reckon he has 4 bhes so not really a surprise he doesn't have any other means of employment.
Puppies are going for stupid money lately, hence the increase in dog theft. We bought our pedigree Westie for £750 ten years ago, nowadays the very cheapest non-pedigree is £2.5k. Pre-Covid they would have been £1-1.5k max. Some of the trendy breeds, dachshunds and the like, you seem to be able to name your price.
Then after 8 months of puppy ownership the entitled and moronic buyers decide its actually way to much work to keep them and either try and sell them on or dump them on the shelters.

As someone who is a fan of less rather than more government oversight on our lives even I think there is a case for breeders to be licenced.

Dog Star

12,356 posts

132 months

Thursday 4th February
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Brilad said:
Or when the game returned control to him and he'd be somewhere in the desert wearing only cowboy boots and his underpants.

Playing GTA: Council.
I play GTA with every evening.
Usually with my cat on my lap.





Gary29

3,283 posts

63 months

Thursday 4th February
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Dog Star said:
Also they have some woman who comes round to "service" the stud dogs when they are "at it" in some way. She must be off the "council filth" scale in every way.
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I think you need to do some more digging and report back with further information on this fine sounding young filly cloud9

DMN

2,804 posts

103 months

Thursday 4th February
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A little bit Parish Council:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpYfSnSHHug&fe...

(long video, but very funny throughout)

Psycho Warren

1,684 posts

77 months

Thursday 4th February
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Brilad said:
He was a properly hilarious character. I think one of his funniest scenes was where he kept microwaving chilli then putting it back in the firdge with predictable results.

Playing GTA: Council.
I especially liked the scene where you can basically torture the guy you've captured with different torture methods. - electric shock, water boarding or ripping teeth out.

Yeah i agree a bit council.

Gary29

3,283 posts

63 months

Thursday 4th February
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Psycho Warren said:
I especially liked the scene where you can basically torture the guy you've captured with different torture methods. - electric shock, water boarding or ripping teeth out.

Yeah i agree a bit council.
biggrin but mission failed if you kill him!

I'm on the council spectrum, I can live with it.

LeadFarmer

3,636 posts

95 months

Thursday 4th February
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Gary29 said:
I'm on the council spectrum, I can live with it.
Are there any known cures?

Setting up a JustGiving for treatment in America for being on the council spectrum = council biggrin

166 MM Barchetta

485 posts

21 months

Thursday 4th February
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Gary29 said:
Dog Star said:
Also they have some woman who comes round to "service" the stud dogs when they are "at it" in some way. She must be off the "council filth" scale in every way.
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I think you need to do some more digging and report back with further information on this fine sounding young filly cloud9
I believe this is his evening wear when he hears she is “doing the rounds”.....



Retro_Jim

148 posts

15 months

Thursday 4th February
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sutoka said:
Have we had breeding dogs yet?

My neighbours has a visitor who's been bringing their dog up the last week. I've been hearing the oddest sounds coming from their bathroom window when out in the garden so I assume that is the chosen location for the canine shag-fest.

By March/April expect a lot of visitors. The breed fetch between £2-3k each and I reckon he has 4 bhes so not really a surprise he doesn't have any other means of employment.
4 years ago Mrs Jim found a Burman cat (a fluffy white one) for free on gumtree and decided that she wanted to give it a home, we drive over with the carry case but fully expecting to view and return after current owners say goodbye etc.

The thing that answered the door spun a story that it was a friends that had used her to breed kittens but had lost the last batch and no longer wanted her and they decided they didn't want her either! (lovely people). This Cat was 9, was skin and bone but the worrying thing we saw was the cage she lived in and her willingness to just walk straight into our carry case. We worked out that in her 9 years she would have netted them approximately 100K given the breed etc and as soon as she wasn't earning the wanted rid.

A few days later at the vets we found out she had severe ovarian cysts and left any longer she would have died, we had that sorted and put on a proper diet but her temperament is very relaxed and she's healthy now but won't let anyone pick her up.

I digress but breeders like that are council and should be regulated but I'd imagine it being hard to initiate unfortunately.


nonsequitur

17,183 posts

80 months

Thursday 4th February
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Dog Star said:
nonsequitur said:
Taken for Granted.
rofl
Thank you DS. One in the nose for the General.

nonsequitur

17,183 posts

80 months

Thursday 4th February
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CharlesdeGaulle said:
nonsequitur said:
Sheets Tabuer said:
We're gonna rock down to...
Taken for Granted.
Jesus. Do you ever stop punning? Please try.
I believe that JC was well known for his joshing. He got very cross when challenged.

paulguitar

10,996 posts

77 months

Thursday 4th February
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nonsequitur said:
I believe that JC was well known for his joshing. He got very cross when challenged.
Too soon.

CharlesdeGaulle

16,227 posts

144 months

Thursday 4th February
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paulguitar said:
nonsequitur said:
I believe that JC was well known for his joshing. He got very cross when challenged.
Too soon.
I've given up. I'll just avoid threads where he was the last poster. He's become the new Frank7.

Jonmx

1,968 posts

177 months

Thursday 4th February
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sutoka said:
Have we had breeding dogs yet?
The cheap fireworks thread is ahead of the game with this one....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5IY2b5dOM0

Council forex scammer's latest money spinner is wking his dog off.

hucumber

1,391 posts

61 months

Thursday 4th February
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Retro_Jim said:
I digress but breeders like that are council and should be shot repeatedly in the face but I'd imagine it being hard to initiate unfortunately.
FTFY

monkeychild

36 posts

34 months

Thursday 4th February
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DMN said:
A little bit Parish Council:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpYfSnSHHug&fe...

(long video, but very funny throughout)
WTAF? laughlaughlaughlaugh

nonsequitur

17,183 posts

80 months

Thursday 4th February
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CharlesdeGaulle said:
paulguitar said:
nonsequitur said:
I believe that JC was well known for his joshing. He got very cross when challenged.
Too soon.
I've given up. I'll just avoid threads where he was the last poster. He's become the new Frank7.
I've read about that course of action on PH before. Seems a bit simple to me. Just because a certain poster is to be boycotted as the 'last poster' it doesn't mean that you avoid their postings altogether.byebyenono

CharlesdeGaulle

16,227 posts

144 months

Thursday 4th February
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nonsequitur said:
I've read about that course of action on PH before. Seems a bit simple to me. Just because a certain poster is to be boycotted as the 'last poster' it doesn't mean that you avoid their postings altogether.byebyenono
I'm a simple fellow! laugh

(OK, it was probably a slightly petulant over-reaction. I won't boycott anyone.) Internet irritations: Council.