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« Reply #25 on: 2006 October 26, 05:13:03 »
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When I was 4 or 5 my dad decided to play a trick on me and pretend to eat dog pig ears. He said that it was good and I should try it, so I did. He still denies it to this day but I know it happened. It was kind of traumatising.

Parents always block out how mean they actually were. :p
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« Reply #26 on: 2006 October 26, 05:30:32 »
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Oh, totally. When I was 4 we were on a walk in Stanley Park, and I got really tired. My stepdad said he would carry me if I picked up horse manure. Neither of my parents deny the incident, but now they say it was a joke, and that I took him seriously out of a malicious desire to villify him. Right.
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« Reply #27 on: 2006 October 26, 06:28:04 »
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Adults tease children all the time because it's funny or cute when they get upset, but I still remember things my parents or other adults told me that I took seriously, but it was just a joke to them.  Children don't have the maturity to understand sarcasm or to know when not to take something seriously.  Sad
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« Reply #28 on: 2006 October 26, 06:29:31 »
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As my parents used to say "It builds character."
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« Reply #29 on: 2006 October 26, 23:04:08 »
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Okay, now I want a hack to allow a Nana to replace the Nanny.

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« Reply #30 on: 2006 October 26, 23:06:51 »
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It would be great if the dogs could act as nannies.  I think they would do a better job of it than the actual nannies.  Tongue
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« Reply #31 on: 2006 October 27, 00:15:10 »
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It would be great if the dogs could act as nannies.  I think they would do a better job of it than the actual nannies.  Tongue
Yes, but there are things growing in my garden that would do a better job of it than the actual nannies.
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« Reply #32 on: 2006 October 27, 00:45:26 »
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That may be true, but I think a dog guardian would be neat to have.
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« Reply #33 on: 2006 October 27, 01:11:57 »
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Hehe Lassie anyone?  Grin
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« Reply #34 on: 2006 October 27, 06:31:55 »
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I tried Meow Mix once when I was five.  I think I puked afterwards.

... and then there's the time I accidentally tasted canned cat food when I was 12.  Turns out that little brown blob on the counter wasn't chocolate ice cream I'd just dropped.  Undecided  If you think it smells bad....
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« Reply #36 on: 2006 November 04, 19:56:56 »
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I sometimes ate the dry kind of cat food when I was little. I actually liked it. I didn't eat lots of it, just a piece or two at a time.
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« Reply #37 on: 2006 November 04, 20:34:49 »
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Pet food always smells and looks so appetizing...Like...chunks of MEAT, in a shiny gravy, as long as you don't take too much of a whiff of it, it does smell yum...when I was a kid, my grandparents yorkie was on a special diet, and he had this prescribed food, he had this odd rice and vegetable combo, warmed in the microwave (I've never EVER seen a dog eat rice other than then...) and half a can of Caesar...always made my mouth water....
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« Reply #38 on: 2006 November 04, 21:04:50 »
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All three of my dogs love rice.
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« Reply #39 on: 2006 November 04, 21:16:06 »
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Ooh, okay, point taken...Cheesy
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« Reply #40 on: 2006 November 04, 22:56:05 »
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Whenever one of my dogs have an upset tummy, I mix up cooked hamburger and white rice for them.  Even the one who isn't feeling under the weather comes running.
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« Reply #41 on: 2006 November 04, 22:58:42 »
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Well, it's a special treat that means you love them!  Of course the healthy one wants some too.
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« Reply #42 on: 2006 November 05, 04:11:29 »
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All three of my dogs love rice.

My mum's dog likes rice if there's something with it.  But most of the dogs I've known and my cat are fiends for pasta even by itself.  (Of course, my cat eats avocado, bread and mushrooms, so he's not exactly normal.)
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« Reply #43 on: 2006 November 05, 05:52:33 »
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All three of my dogs love rice.

My mum's dog likes rice if there's something with it.  But most of the dogs I've known and my cat are fiends for pasta even by itself.  (Of course, my cat eats avocado, bread and mushrooms, so he's not exactly normal.)

It's been my experience that most dogs will eat just about anything you give them, especially if they think another dog wants it.

Hehe, one of my cats likes avocado too, and bananas. Every cat I've ever been owned by seems to love baked goods, for some reason. We've had to start hiding ours in the microwave-oven overnight (the baked goods, not the cats).
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« Reply #44 on: 2006 November 05, 06:58:48 »
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It's been my experience that most dogs will eat just about anything you give them, especially if they think another dog wants it.

That reminds me...my jack russell keeps getting bacterial infections and the vet gives us a very bland food that my dog hates. It's like pulling teeth to get her to eat it. I know she feels very threatened by my cat so I told her, "Pal, get in your kennel". As she began walking to it, I called out my cats name and Pal ran back to her bowl so fast she probably gave her paws rug burn. I now use this technique religiously...she falls for it every time.
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