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Lets share what made us smile today... :)

 

Mine . . . 2 Doves on the Bird table having a good feed of seeds and nuts, with a Robin next to them.


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One of my cats having a chat with me... :D


Ripped v Barclaycard - WON!!! :D

Ripped v MBNA - with FOS since Jan 08 with adjudicator ;)

 

I owe my attitude to Gene Hunt :cool:

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Knowing that our little Yorkie is still alive and as feisty as ever.

 

On Friday, he had a set to with a Staffy. I seperated them twice and each time the Yorkie went back for more. The third time, he was bitten in the throat. The blood was pumping out. Within seconds, both my arms were covered to the elbows. The kitchen looked like an abattoir. It's difficult to apply pressure to a wound on the neck and still allow breathing.

Wrapped a folded teatowel and an old handtowel around his neck and managed to apply some pressure to it. We took him straight to the vets, not expecting him to survive the journey.

Luckily, the towels and pressure had controlled the bleeding, but he had lost a lot of blood and was in shock. The vet put two lines into his front legs to get fluids back into him, along with painkillers and a sedative.

We left him there, not sure if we would see him again.

Anyway, the following morning he was a lot brighter. The vet examined his wounds and found that no stitches were required. He came home with us.

He's got to go back to the vet's on Thursday for a check, but otherwise, he's now OK. :D

 

This is Charlie.......

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These - my sister's 3 week old kittens (well my sister's cat's kittens:D).

 

I want them!

 

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Time flies like an arrow...

Fruit flies like a banana.

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Auricularis anterior (2)

Auricularis posterior (2)

Auricularis superior (2)

Buccinator (2)

Corrugator supercilii (2)

Depressor anguli oris (2)

Depressor labii inferioris (2)

Depressor septi nasi (1)

Frontalis (1)

Levator anguli oris (2)

Levator labii superioris (2)

Levator labii superioris alaeque nasi (2)

Mentalis (1)

Nasalis (2)

Orbicularis oculi (2)

Orbicularis oris (1)

Platysma (1)

Procerus (1)

Risorius (2)

Zygomaticus major (2)

Zygomaticus minor (2)

 

 

Oh. And Arsenal taking a whooping.:cool:

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???

 

what am I missing there?


Time flies like an arrow...

Fruit flies like a banana.

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???

 

what am I missing there?

 

The facial muscles used to smile. :D


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These are you face muscles. Sorry. Was meant to be a joke. Ha Ha.,

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Well that's far too clever for me at this time of night. And for me in general.:D

 

I'm going back to the word association thread, that's about my level at the moment:D

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lol they are all parts of your face, eyebrows, eyelids, lips etc

SMILE :D


 

 

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Lets share what made us smile today... :)

 

Mine . . . 2 Doves on the Bird table having a good feed of seeds and nuts, with a Robin next to them.

 

 

I wouldn't be smiling if someone was robin my nuts:|.


 

 

If all else fails, kick them where it hurts and SOD'EM;)

 

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Robinson Way sending a lying letter.... I have them by the short and curlies... more will be revealed at the meet on Friday.

 

Court here I come again (third time for this alleged debt) going for injunction and complete removal of all adverse data supplied to third parties....

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A lovely bunch of flowers from my daughter big grin :D


 

 

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Word and Music Association always a tonic..............with a twist!

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Lots of things - a special CAGger, CAG meet in Newcastle is nearly here, it's payday on Friday and I only have tonight to work then I have 4 days off. All in all, a very smiley day indeed :D:D


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Clemma's post about the special Cagger. I know what you mean, this is a very special site.

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Knowing that our little Yorkie is still alive and as feisty as ever.

 

 

Oh, that is such a sad tale but the ending made me smile. :)

 

Cheers for Charlie!


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Cheers for Charlie!

 

 

Thanks very much,:p:D


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That big head above ~ makes me laugh out loud! :):p

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You had better read his latest post in the Angels thread Knellyk, that will make you chuckle . .


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reading a post, where FB said "due to nylon fabric rubbing against a plastic support"

 

IS HE OVERDOING THE SMARTIES , one has to ask


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OK I used to have an interesting job.

 

My most interesting, challenging, and best job ever starts in June 2009.

 

So good, that I'm going to make an undercover video of it. :D

 

Watch this space. Actually a few spaces.

 

The future's bright. The future is fuzzybobble coloured.


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Well i am looking forward to the undercover footage of Fuzzybobble...


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yeh in the Banana Suit from another post ;) ;)


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HIGHWAY OF HEROES

 

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