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    Re: How Are Your Neighbors?

    Quote Originally Posted by canuckinchile;2989014;
    I have some Mastiff doo doo I could lend you . They'd never recover
    I can see it now, the postman will be using a handtruck to bring all the packages of doggy and kitty poop my fort friends will be sending me and I will BURY the neighbors house in it!
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    Re: How Are Your Neighbors?

    Quote Originally Posted by myrosiedog;2989031;
    I can see it now, the postman will be using a handtruck to bring all the packages of doggy and kitty poop my fort friends will be sending me and I will BURY the neighbors house in it!
    Oh? Did I miss a request for Joeys numerous daily scoops and every other day box change to be sent somewhere? Do I need to pay HAZ MAT insurance?
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    Last night we took the dogs out at about 11 p.m., her youngest dog was out by himself and the house was dark. The dog kept barking at us. My husband, bless him, went over and rang the bell. (well he basically laid on the bell button, so he got his own little dig in) and she came out in her pj's and he told her her dog had been left out. She ran out, got the dog and NEVER said thank you. The *itch. He wanted to leave the dog out, but it's not the poor little dogs fault and I would hate to think it was out all night scared, cold (we had a cold snap), lost and possibly out in the street where it could get run over.
    I so wanted to yell over "YOU"RE WELCOME", but I wasn't sure if she had said thank you or not. I didn't think she had and I was right. UGH! I am really dispising this woman.
    But still, I felt for the dog, not her. And I guess we're showing her, we're above her pettiness.
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    Re: How Are Your Neighbors?

    Quote Originally Posted by gabriel;2989035;
    Oh? Did I miss a request for Joeys numerous daily scoops and every other day box change to be sent somewhere? Do I need to pay HAZ MAT insurance?
    No need to pay Haz Mat. I think I'll just give everyone HER address and you can send the poop directly to:

    Myrosiedog's witchy neighbor
    1234 Lazy Lane
    Backwater, SC 29651


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    Oh mrd the things we could send her!!!!
    Yup, with donuts!!

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    Oh I love it!
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    Uggggghhh! They're screaming in the pool right now. I HATE my neighbors' kids!!!!
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    Re: How Are Your Neighbors?

    One of the huge number of reasons we sold our old house and moved a short distance away was the neighbour's kids. They had a few when we moved in in 1987, and she was pregnant nearly every year following - there had to be at least 15 of them by the time we left. Bad enough, but then in 2002 they got a basketball hoop. The combined sound of shrieking and semi-rhythmic thumping made me literally want to kill someone, preferably one (or several) of them. Much wiser to sell up and move along, I thought.

    We now live in a virtual paradise between a lovely childless gay couple and an organic, back to nature family whose two kids enjoy camping, painting, cycling and probably a number of other things that don't make noise. The sole psycho brat on the street moved elsewhere a couple of years ago and it's been delightful ever since.
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    We seriously thought of moving to our city's gay district for just that reason. Except now, more and more are adopting kids -- so there goes the neighborhood!
    Chernobyl might be good -- doesn't radiation cause sterility?
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    Re: How Are Your Neighbors?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ellen;3000691;
    We seriously thought of moving to our city's gay district for just that reason. Except now, more and more are adopting kids -- so there goes the neighborhood!
    Chernobyl might be good -- doesn't radiation cause sterility?
    Florida has a lot of over 50 communities that don't allow children and no radiation involved except for the UV kind.
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