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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ScottR, Jun 11, 2018.
Ziva (the assassin)
This is Attie. She's too much of a spaz to get near my guitars.
You know I have the attention span of a gnat man! I rembered that you were ginger, but I missed the part about poor dog or little Jude being one too...awesome name BTW...tell him I said Hey! I promise I'll go ahead and get her to make me another note pad, to hang around my neck like the one I "try" to keep her list of demands in (seeing as how it's a hostage situation up in here) I just hope she chills on the Bedazzleing on the one for you...i don't like to sparkle...
The funny thing is, Jude and Rudy have the same color hair. Jude just loves Rudy and Rudy lets him just come up and lay on his back. The first time we saw it, it his us... "look their hair is the same color!" LOL
She can bling up the notepad, just don't let her get ahold of your fingernails.
Here's my good buddy named Charlie, or Charles, or El Chuckarino, or Chuck Waggin'.
He's a good looking lad!
My dog too has light colored fur. When he was a pup, his nose was black, but after a year or so, his nose turned light brown. I did some "research" online and apparently it's a thing with fair coated dogs called "Winter Nose" or "Snow Nose". Some say that the nose will return to the original color during the summer months when the dog has more exposure to sunshine. This hasn't happened with my dog, but then again, he doesn't spends much time outside.
I was just informed that I am a terrible father..this is Bynx...she's a bit less of a fan of my playing...that and she hates having her picture taken...if you point anything at her and she'll come at you like 80's Sean Penn on a paparazzo! She was caught off guard for this one.
Spaz dogs are the best she looks lilke she might be a handful. I love it!
Theres always one...smh...shouldn't you be looking at houses AND dogs instead of posting pics of your pu$$y...cat...hmmm?
yes i should!
This is Poppy. She’s no longer with us, but damn, she was a fine soul. Now, we’re down to the cats.
We adopted retired greyhounds for many years and sadly these guys are no longer with us.
Here's our latest idiot, Poppy. My wife wanted a smaller, easier to transport dog. We do have a, "No dogs on furniture" rule. This is the most bull headed dog we've ever had.
These boxers are not mine. They're the doormen at a business in St Louis.
Gunther...aka...the Gunther-man, Bubba, Bubbers, Mr. Velvet Ears...
This is my favorite thread on the forum. These are the real private stocks.
And I’m diggin’ the names, too.
some of these dogs look tough!
She's not very rambunctious (I had boxers the first 28 years of my life), but she spooks easily and panics. I'm convinced she's never had good eyesight. She's a great dog, but that combo means she has no business near anything fragile!
Here’s a newer one now that I got the Imgur thing down.
Of course they are..they have been fed a steady diet of cats and guitar driven rock-n-roll....
Indeed they are my friend...the words "one off" come to mind with my two heathens! Nobody needs multiples of these two in their life..
My wife saved Bro and Bynx during what I like call her, "BS period"(before Scott) so I had no part in the names. I did have a black and tan Dachshund that I named Stretch...