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how high does it have to be to stop your best sheep getting out...

Put sheep roofing on it then they have no chance......

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how high does it have to be to stop your best sheep getting out...

Put sheep roofing on it then they have no chance......

 

the blue stuff that looks like the sky ?

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how high does it have to be to stop your best sheep getting out...

 

Put sheep roofing on it then they have no chance......

the blue stuff that looks like the sky ?

No the pink stuff that looks like a...........

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how high does it have to be to stop your best sheep getting out...

Put sheep roofing on it then they have no chance......

the blue stuff that looks like the sky ?

No the pink stuff that looks like a...........

 

candy floss :laugh:

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The trouble is, in any flock, there are always a few sheep that are too stupid to realise that simply battering their way out isn't always the best thing to do.

 

The bigger the flock, the more chance of a few stupid ones :yes:

 

Trouble is, they batter their way out through the fence, despite the best efforts of the shepherd (who has their interests at heart), thinking the grass is going to be more lush somewhere else :yes:

 

Often, when they realise that 'lush' grass is actually covered in dung, they try and work their way back through the electric fence, often going to ridiculous lengths to do so :yes:

 

The shepherd is likely to cull those who continually break through fences. They tend to take more gullible sheep with them, and forget the good work done by the shepherd and his dogs protecting them from predators and other hazards :yes:

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The trouble is, in any flock, there are always a few sheep that are too stupid to realise that simply battering their way out isn't always the best thing to do.

 

The bigger the flock, the more chance of a few stupid ones :yes:

 

Trouble is, they batter their way out through the fence, despite the best efforts of the shepherd (who has their interests at heart), thinking the grass is going to be more lush somewhere else :yes:

 

Often, when they realise that 'lush' grass is actually covered in dung, they try and work their way back through the electric fence, often going to ridiculous lengths to do so :yes:

 

The shepherd is likely to cull those who continually break through fences. They tend to take more gullible sheep with them, and forget the good work done by the shepherd and his dogs protecting them from predators and other hazards :yes:

:yes::thumbs:

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The trouble is, in any flock, there are always a few sheep that are too stupid to realise that simply battering their way out isn't always the best thing to do.

 

The bigger the flock, the more chance of a few stupid ones :yes:

 

Trouble is, they batter their way out through the fence, despite the best efforts of the shepherd (who has their interests at heart), thinking the grass is going to be more lush somewhere else :yes:

 

Often, when they realise that 'lush' grass is actually covered in dung, they try and work their way back through the electric fence, often going to ridiculous lengths to do so :yes:

 

The shepherd is likely to cull those who continually break through fences. They tend to take more gullible sheep with them, and forget the good work done by the shepherd and his dogs protecting them from predators and other hazards :yes:

and you went to the trouble to post that :laugh::laugh::laugh: :laugh:

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I hate all this secretive talk and double entandres or whatever the fukc you call it as I can't understand it :laugh: .............

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I hate all this secretive talk and double entandres or whatever the fukc you call it as I can't understand it :laugh: .............

 

Me too :yes:

 

Trouble is, some people can't accept the facts :thumbs:

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and you went to the trouble to post that :laugh::laugh::laugh: :laugh:

Anything for you darling :yes:

 

Get a grown up to read it out loud for you :thumbs:

 

:lol:

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I hate all this secretive talk and double entandres or whatever the fukc you call it as I can't understand it :laugh: .............

 

Me too :yes:

 

Trouble is, some people can't accept the facts :thumbs:

Fukc me that's just made it worse :laugh: ............

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well matthew we`ll see how things pan out,,, ;)

 

Indeed :yes:

 

Invest your money and take your chance buddy :yes:

 

I'll rest easy; I've found in life, a dickhead is a dickhead, no matter how deep his pockets are :yes:

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The trouble is, in any flock, there are always a few sheep that are too stupid to realise that simply battering their way out isn't always the best thing to do.

 

The bigger the flock, the more chance of a few stupid ones :yes:

 

Trouble is, they batter their way out through the fence, despite the best efforts of the shepherd (who has their interests at heart), thinking the grass is going to be more lush somewhere else :yes:

 

Often, when they realise that 'lush' grass is actually covered in dung, they try and work their way back through the electric fence, often going to ridiculous lengths to do so :yes:

 

The shepherd is likely to cull those who continually break through fences. They tend to take more gullible sheep with them, and forget the good work done by the shepherd and his dogs protecting them from predators and other hazards :yes:

 

 

im sure theres more to your post then meets the eye :hmm:

 

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