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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Retroe, Jul 14, 2021.
There way more of you poogle it.
How do you obtain cougar pee? here kitty kitty! Nice kitty. Now pee in the jar,?
Starts off as a dog problem. Add cougar piss, attract some mates, now they're scraping you off the yard...
Exactly. I still like my golf club Idea. FORE!
It's not the dogs fault.
To avoid conflict I would take a couple of longnecks, hand him one and tell him how much it's upsetting you.
Usually "blustery" guys are cowards when it comes to talking face to face and he may take heed of what you say if you talk calmly but authoritatively.
If that fails then I'm at a loss unless there is some sort of officialdom that you can invoke.
I would Hire @heltershelton to go have words with this neighbor, i'm pretty sure the dog would not come back on your lawn...ever
I would just toss it back in his yard . If he says something I’d tell him It’s your dog and I’m not picking up after him . You don’t have to stand tall but you at least have to stand up .....
This is probably the best option. Just fling it back over. Or you can just make your mind up to live with it. Personally I'd go with option 1.
Americans, in this case, prefer the formal spelling.
Winnie the Pooh, per Mr. Miln, was named after Winnipeg, a bear at the zoo. Young Christopher was very excited about the bear. He is called Pooh "because he is that sort of bear." Perhaps Winnipeg had some business to attend to during the Milns visit.
Per the other etymology post, poop originally just meant pop. A sudden noise. The poop deck is the part that pops up. But then people would refer to farting as a pop...and afterwards used the same word for the solid.
Americans got their English in 1607, and in several instances retain usage unchanged, while the language in the British Isles has moved on.
I find it fascinating that our other word, sh**, comes from the German verb "to separate," in other words to pinch one off. "Scissors" comes from the same word. And now I understand why it's spelled that way.
Ain't no fun being a dog if you can't act like one.
I didn't know these existed.
Seems like a perfect solution without hurting anything
Pics if it happens
That's a pretty crappy thing to do to the dog. What the hell does he know?
Now if ya said the owner I'd back ya up
That's plain sorry.
Wow, thanks. I find word origins fascinating. I read A.A. Milne when I was, like. 3. When I lived near Liverpool fir a year or 2. I have been wondering about that for over 50 years. Wow. So I have known Monty Python and Dr Who. (Jon Pertwee) for over 50 years as well. He was the proper Doctor for me. I didn' keep up with the new ones. I watched those 2 shows on BBC1, BBC2 or ITV. Those were the only 3 channels. When little kids in America were drawing USA on their paper airplanes. I was drawing IRA on mine. My Mum thought that was funny. I also remember Neil Young walking on the moon and dropping a hammer and a feather and they hit the ground at the same time. I actually understood why.
You know you are getting old when........
That would make a great post.
Back to poop and the like. My Danish Wife called a fart a "poot" which they freely do over there and its no big deal to talk with eye contact while just farting away. Even the ladies! She was funny, Dame and everything, prim and proper with her little accent. A friend and I were making fun of gay farts and She said that they sounded like a BUS STOP! We nearly died laughing!
It was something about her accent, I suppose, coming from a well respected. tiny ballet teacher. That, I will never forget for as long as I live. She was full of life, but She passed in 2016, And when I think of her. I don't feel sad anymore. I laugh at stuff like that. And stuff like her first time through a drive-thru, but that's another story. "No WONDER Americans are so fat! They don't have to get out of the car to EAT!"
Sigmund Freud once said "A good poop gives you a satisfied feeling of work done, but farting is just for fun!"
bad animal owners stink worse than the poo.
don't know if it works with dogs but when i lived in bear, cougar, wolf and then some land, i peed like an alpha lion on everything.
in a couple of weeks i had no more bear problems.
Someone once told me that the S-word was a nautical term referring to cargo. The story goes that on long voyages, a bit of water would leak into the cargo holds. Spoiling the dry goods if they were in the bottom of the holds. So S.H.I.T. was stenciled on those crates, and stood for: Store High In Transit. It SOUNDS plausible. Maybe that is true as well. At least it's a good story.