erica74 Registered User
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Mountainsandh said:
TH our little kitten (who is now more accurately a young lady cat) has finally decided to come join the dog to sleep on my bed.

She used to sleep all by herself in the living room on the dog's bed. Well, not exactly by herself as the old resident cat favours the spot on the sofa by the stove (his poor bones...), but they would be keeping their distance at bedtime so she was just curled up by herself every night.

The past 3 nights she has spent on our bed, spooning the dog, grooming his face and offering lots of nose kisses. She used to try and suckle on him which was sore for him so he pushed her away, but now she's got over that phase they're all lovey-dovey.


Sweet lawd that's adorable!

My happy things today are Pancake Tuesday and a list of the dogs I see on my way to and from work or on my lunch break:

The fat bassett hound cross. His owner walks him twice a day but he's still huge, I think it's a case of "you can't out train a bad diet" but he is the happiest looking dog. He wobbles along with his big smiley head wagging his tail.

The full breed bassett hound. He has so much loose skin that his everything from his jowls to his balls swings from side to side when he walks.

The tiny terrier who races from his open front door to the bottom of his footpath (2 terraced houses from his house) barking his head off at me going by on my bike. Every. Single. Day. He's hilarious, probably weighs about 3kg

The golden retriever and spaniel who are never on leads but literally walk about 2 feet from their owner at all times, sit and wait at traffic lights, very good dogs.

And finally, the jack russell in his little hi viz jacket who I see every evening on my way home. His owner wears a matching hi viz jacket if it's dark or raining.

They make my day.

Now, to make pancakes.

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Try_harder Registered User
#9,377

Juve being 2-0 up against Spurs

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#9,378

My kindle paperwhite. How did I ever live without this fantastic invention?
The kindle was good but this is just brill.

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KERSPLAT! Registered User
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Try_harder said:
Juve being 2-0 up against Spurs


Spurs pulling one back

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Ted_YNWA Registered User
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KERSPLAT! said:
Slurs pulling one back


ooo & Juve missed a penalty.

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Ilovethe bonesofyou Registered User
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Great game. Spurs have been relentless.

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branie2 Registered User
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Listening to This Is the Moment from the musical Jekyll and Hyde a while ago. A brilliant song that really gives you goosebumps.

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Sephiroth_dude One Winged Angel
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This ad that someone very nicely showed me *looks in homeo's direction*




erica74 said:


The fat bassett hound cross.


I read that as fat bastard

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everlast75 Registered User
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Getting to plug in your phone charger when it's 2% battery.....

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#9,385

Getting questions from my presentation I did last week

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KatW4 Registered User
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Sephiroth_dude
This ad that someone very nicely showed me *looks in homeo's direction*


Hahaha. My TH is that you always post cat videos! I bloody love cats.

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Shoesdayschild Registered User
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I’m happy that someone who tries control something they’ve no say over

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#9,388

My son made the whole family a Valentine’s card and he was nearly bursting with excitement to show everyone

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Poochie05 Registered User
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The best bit about working from home is when the cat comes into keep you company, curls up on the paperwork and goes to sleep.

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Try_harder Registered User
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Good day in work

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