D'ya like dags?

… well do you.

…I’ll fight 'cha fer it!

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Its for me ma.

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Eh?

plural noun: dags

Australian/NZ
a lock of wool matted with dung hanging from the hindquarters of a sheep.

@Jorgan he doesnt get the film reference. GET HIM!

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Actually watched it last week :gem:

If I throw a dog a bone, I don’t want to know if it tastes good or not. You stop me again whilst I’m browsing tritalk, and I’ll cut your f###ing Jacobs off.

In answer to the basic question, no. I appreciate that may cause some people to now look at me differently. But I never have from a child. They always made me anxious and uncomfortable.

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Who took the jam out of your doughnut?

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My wife is the same. She gets very uncomfortable around them. I think one may of jumped at her as a child. Takes her a long time to warm to a friends dog etc

Please don’t think I haven’t got the minerals, I just don’t own a dag, don’t dislike them per se

Dags? No thank you Turkish, I’m sweet enough.

@JaRok2300 needs to reel-off 10 Predator/Commando quotes before the earth swallows him up; or 5 from American Psycho.

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Never seen it :no_mouth:

It’s on Netflix.

Either my second or third favourite film, mood depending.

- would you like to hear the specials?
- not if you want to keep your spleen

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“The rabbit gets fucked.”

“…Proper fucked?”

In basic terms I agree with you; Working dogs, guide dogs, sheep dogs, etc not really a problem. Great things.

Dogs bred for guarding, hunting, fighting…or sitting in small handbags…well, I’d feel a lot better if I had a knife on me.

Guns for show…

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Some is excited about their holiday. The kids are even worse.

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