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Old 08-24-2002, 07:01 AM   #31
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Re: In the name of slight randomness.....

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I hate the word "hump"
lol, sorry its the only word i could think of at that minute.
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Old 08-24-2002, 10:41 AM   #32
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Remember that Bobby Brown song "Humpin' Around"?

No?

Well...good for you then...
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Old 08-24-2002, 02:07 PM   #33
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I have the randiest dog on the planet. He rarely sees any other dog, but when he does he makes up for lost time. I was out recently and we had a rare visit from the neighbours male chihuahua. Hub said he was hard at it the WHOLE time the visitors were here ( my chihuahua , not my husband...I thinK!!)
My dog was not even fussed which end he grabbed either. Hub said our dog was busily humping Chico's head, very embarrassing. I think I made some comment about typical Mexican ( not sure if chi's come from mexico or china really)

Anyway, good luck with your puppies.They sound like bundles of delight My dream is to one day own a poodle.
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I have the randiest dog on the planet. He rarely sees any other dog, but when he does he makes up for lost time. I was out recently and we had a rare visit from the neighbours male chihuahua. Hub said he was hard at it the WHOLE time the visitors were here ( my chihuahua , not my husband...I thinK!!)
My dog was not even fussed which end he grabbed either. Hub said our dog was busily humping Chico's head, very embarrassing. I think I made some comment about typical Mexican ( not sure if chi's come from mexico or china really)

Anyway, good luck with your puppies.They sound like bundles of delight My dream is to one day own a poodle.
They are both actually really nice, and I love them to bits.
I know how you feel about going out, cos Paddy's humped a dogs head before, well he tried, the dog barked at him and he ran like hell

Paddy is really out of control today though, its so bad, and he's getting an appointment booked very shortly. I cant stand it any more
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