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Discussion in 'Personal' started by lapinrose, Nov 7, 2011.

  1. lapinrose

    lapinrose Star commenter

    Great on 5th November but please, please not on every night leading up to and after!!
    Animal owners, like myself, get driven mad by their terrified pets rushing round the house, quivering in a corner etc.
    Some idiot is letting some off now just down the road and my poor dog is barking madly and running everywhere as she doesn't know what the noise is. (she's a skitty madam anyway)
  2. lilachardy

    lilachardy Star commenter

    This isn't a comment on whether I agree with you or not... but why on earth do people let them off in the daytime?
    Really, what is the point?
  3. Annoy others?
  4. We've had them going off again tonight.
    Probably the fact they were on sale for half price in morrisons yesterday.
    The dog was absolutely fine on Saturday night with them - couldn't care less, but he's getting annoyed tonight - it's not so much fear or anxiety, more of a 'what the hell is that noise disturbing my after dinner snooze?' kind of grumble!

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