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Low-level flaming

Discussion in 'Personal' started by doomzebra, Mar 20, 2011.

  1. doomzebra

    doomzebra Occasional commenter

    Serves me right for buying sushi from petrol stations
  2. Yes. My dog has been low-level flaming all evening. He's been banished to the kitchen. Poor beast.
  3. doomzebra

    doomzebra Occasional commenter

    Some dogs (my own included) have been known to sell their backsides to Satan
  4. I had to bend down to see without my specs and burnt my eyebrows.

  5. doomzebra

    doomzebra Occasional commenter

    You'd have looked silly with specs melted onto your forehead
  6. Indeed. Perhaps even sillier than having no eyebrows.
  7. bombaysapphire

    bombaysapphire Star commenter

    We've got one like that. The worse he has ever been was when we took him to church for a dog-friendly carol service. Heathen hound!
  8. doomzebra

    doomzebra Occasional commenter

    It was your dog's way of renouncing Satan and all his works
  9. Did you know that mammoths used to have a flap of skin to close their anuses, in order to keep out the cold?
    Tis true!
    I wonder if it flapped around when they did a mammoth fart?
  10. doomzebra

    doomzebra Occasional commenter

    . . . making a noise like old canvas being torn

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