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+E.Worm Jimmy
2 hours ago, Draconian Guppy said:

suprised dogs are still in teh lead!

aren't we all ?   :p

 

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+E.Worm Jimmy

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Arachno 1D

Lets see your Dog do that trick

 

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On 01/11/2016 at 7:48 PM, Draconian Guppy said:

suprised dogs are still in teh lead!

They always need a lead :devil:

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DConnell
On 11/2/2016 at 8:02 PM, E.worm Jimmy said:

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Out! Out! Out! :D

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Arachno 1D
46 minutes ago, DConnell said:

Out! Out! Out! :D

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TAZMINATOR
47 minutes ago, DConnell said:

Out! Out! Out! :D

Meoout! Meoout! Meoout!

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Draconian Guppy
20 hours ago, Arachno 1D said:

Lets see your Dog do that trick

 

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They always need a lead :devil:

neigh! Dogs are always pack leaders  ! wait, what? lol

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Draconian Guppy

Dogs or cats   388 members have voted

 

Don't let the winner win, cast your vote today!

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Luc2k
31 minutes ago, Draconian Guppy said:

Dogs or cats   388 members have voted

Who are the 33 that didn't pick a side? They should be named and shamed!

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Draconian Guppy
12 minutes ago, Luc2k said:

Who are the 33 that didn't pick a side? They should be named and shamed!

Weird the forum defaults the blank vote as null

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Luc2k
5 hours ago, seankay said:

No offence to cats but I am a Dog person :)

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LimeMaster
11 hours ago, Arachno 1D said:

 

This just proves cats are dicks. :p

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Luc2k
3 hours ago, LimeMaster said:

This just proves cats are dicks. :p

And that you might be a cat person and not even know it. What do you have to say about that Lime? How does it make you feel?

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TAZMINATOR
2 minutes ago, Luc2k said:

And that you might be a cat person and not even know it. What do you have to say about that Lime? How does it make you feel?

He is a dog person so far I know. 

 

 

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LimeMaster
3 hours ago, Luc2k said:

And that you might be a cat person and not even know it. What do you have to say about that Lime? How does it make you feel?

Nah. :p

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Arachno 1D
1 hour ago, LimeMaster said:

Nah. :p

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TAZMINATOR
1 hour ago, LimeMaster said:

Eh? :huh:

:laugh: 

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Arachno 1D
1 hour ago, LimeMaster said:

Eh? :huh:

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LimeMaster
12 minutes ago, Arachno 1D said:

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Are you trying to say dogs are victorious?

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TAZMINATOR
1 hour ago, Arachno 1D said:

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FYI,

 

Cats can scratch your furniture or curtains, etc...  

 

 

:p 

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