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jiggy last won the day on October 2 2018

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    Racism in football

    Depends the context of the situation. I regularly call my workmate a dirty English b*****d joking around in work when it's just me and him and he laughs at it and calls me an Irish b*****d but I've seen him in group situations where a few gang up and single him out from the crowd and you can see he is upset and doesn't like it. It then has turned from a bit of a laugh into group bullying which does affect people whether they admit it or not.
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    Racism in football

    Depends the context of the situation. I regularly call my workmate a dirty English b*****d joking around in work when it's just me and him and he laughs at it and calls me an Irish b*****d but I've seen him in group situations where a few gang up and single him out from the crowd and you can see he is upset and doesn't like it. It then has turned from a bit of a laugh into group bullying which does affect people whether they admit it or not.
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    Vicsectomied hob big ball

    I wonder did Bartley business loan sales increase after that wonderful video of you smelling your pissy fingers ran along side their radio advertisement. Your 2 year plan is that the ferrets nut returns to a normal size.
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    Odd things you see when your out.

    I hope that anchor on the blue one in the middle is the handle and not the tip.
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    David platts

    Seems from the posts that they do better with a splash of other breeds thrown in the mix. A bit like bull or wheaten/hound mixed with a touch of saluki/hound blood can compliment each other for an all rounder. I suppose if everyone kept the same breed it would be a boring world. Seen some of those big first cross Dogo Argentina x greyhound and they would either pull down a Cape buffalo or lick it to death but they certainly don't look like they have pace.
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    Why has Hancock no pups for sale?

    If that was a pike the coward would of jacked. Dancing around barking at it.
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    Why has Hancock no pups for sale?

    Nothing negative about highlighting the fact that buying off him is promoting puppy farming and if lads weren't willing to throw large sums of money at them making it profitable then these large scale puppy farms wouldn't exist.
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    Nobilo Sauvginon Blanc

    All wine is dirt and only fit for cooking the taste of an 8 year old stags piss out of a roasting joint.
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    bloody spiders

    A lot of foreign spiders make their way here into supermarkets in imported fruit boxes Or refugees underwear
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    Why has Hancock no pups for sale?

    Keeping details and releasing all details are 2 different things. Paper doesn't refuse ink. I've seen registered litters of spaniels with dozens of field trial champions on their papers for sale but the pups had terriers ears . They will tell you what you want to hear when money is involved.
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    Why has Hancock no pups for sale?

    Couldn't of said it better and if you can see that by just visiting imagine what they were at behind closed doors when they weren't giving the customer the sales pitch with a friendly smile.
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    Why has Hancock no pups for sale?

    Everyone who buys from him goes on the offensive. It's all fine getting an 8 week old pup off him and socialiseing it early yourself but I wouldn't fancy paying over the top money for a 16 week old pup that hasn't been socialised early enough and ends up nervous. It would be foolish to think that with the amount they breed that all those pups are brought out of their dungeon to see the world. You would pick up the same type in a pound without parting with a small fortune for a mongrel.
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    Why has Hancock no pups for sale?

    They would probably have more grit in them plus they are non-shed.
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    1 good dog in a life time

    Sometimes you think you have a good dog until you actually see a proper one in action. Memories will play tricks on you and a fondness for a past dog can make you exaggerate their exploits when they were probably just average. Sometimes the best ones were frustrating Cnuts that didn't want to bond or curl up on the sofa with you and hunted for themselves and no one else. More of a useful tool than a companion but would catch more.
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    Why has Hancock no pups for sale?

    That won't happen. Nobody is going to put out paperwork for 1000,s of pups for tax reasons alone. All those puppy farms only claim to breed 10% of the actual numbers been churned out especially on non-pedigree dogs with no paperwork. I know of toy breed puppy farmers that were operating on a licence for 16 bitchs or no licence at all that were keeping up to 200 bitchs before the regulations tightened up. It was laughable. When they were due an inspection they were given 2 weeks notice by phone call so they were busy cleaning kennels and moving excess dogs to other locations, then revert back to normal ( over crowding and living in filth)after inspection was done. Register 1 litter from a bitch every 2 year to advertise but breed 3 unregistered litters from her in the same time that went to the dealers and on to a ferry. 1 Metre square pens with 2 bichon friese in them. End of an era my arse. It's people like that flooding the market with whatever breed is fashionable at the time that has dog pounds overflowing. It works in cycles and they change breeds as quick as they become over popular and drop in value. It was cavalier King Charles,then bichon friese, then Maltese and now its pugs and French bulldogs at €900 a pup. The collie cross was a popular type because they were bred right out of workers. They are no longer the go to type because the market is flooded with inferior sh1te from people churning out pups. Of course an odd gem will pop up and there is lads breeding them right small scale but 90% of them I wouldn't take for free let alone give £350 for one. The bullcross has gone the same route. Any old greyhound to any old bull with neither ever tested.
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