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10 Oct 2019, 7:23 am

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Last week, i may have had a midlife crisis.....after 5 years i randomly decided to chop my beard off.
It feels SO...FRIGGIN....WEIRD!

I somehow, creepily, look younger and older at the same time 8O 8O 8O


You have a friendly face. I like that. I love your dog.


Have him, and the other two, theyre cute but theyre dicks! :lol: :lol: :lol:


Awww, why?!



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11 Oct 2019, 12:28 pm

smudge wrote:
bhawk wrote:
smudge wrote:
bhawk wrote:
Last week, i may have had a midlife crisis.....after 5 years i randomly decided to chop my beard off.
It feels SO...FRIGGIN....WEIRD!

I somehow, creepily, look younger and older at the same time 8O 8O 8O


You have a friendly face. I like that. I love your dog.


Have him, and the other two, theyre cute but theyre dicks! :lol: :lol: :lol:


Awww, why?!



My oldest b***h is utterly entitled. Recently we had a chinese. About 3am she woke me up stamping her feet as if she wanted to go out, i took her downstairs and opened the front door. She walked into the living room, just to check if there was any left over chinese!
This is the same dog that demands her food and as soon as shes had it will create a fuss until i let her upstairs because she just wants to curl up and sleep in luxury.
My second b***h is a bull cross lurcher, she constantly steals things and stashes them in the garden, games console controllers, shoes, my tools, my coats etc. She also has a habit of eating remote controls. No matter how well we hide them she will always find a way to get them and destroy them. we're onto remote control number 25 for the tv now! I have literally spent more money on remote controls than i did buying her!
My youngest, the dog in the photo is astro, a saluki cross greyhound. I got the front garden re-turfed. He decided he would run in circles so sharp that it dug a large mud circle into the grass. He also loves digging, including under the ferret hutch which led to the hutch nearly falling over! He also has no concept of personal space and even while im on the laptop will climb and stand on my lap (hes a big dog) and just stand there no matter how much i shout at him....

Theyre all cute, but also massive dicks.
Astro has a chance to become useful though as he starts his training with me for a working life tomorrow



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11 Oct 2019, 3:28 pm

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here I am exposed to you all :lol: if I haven't f....ked it up


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11 Oct 2019, 3:42 pm

Very nice. You almost look like Cyndi Lauper, but different.


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11 Oct 2019, 3:49 pm

Tx MG, it has taken me months to work out how to post a pic, I'm such a technological dinosaur :D
When I was born there were still gaslights in the streets.


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11 Oct 2019, 4:06 pm

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Tx MG, it has taken me months to work out how to post a pic, I'm such a technological dinosaur :D
When I was born there were still gaslights in the streets.


We don't have street lights. Oh... There is one a mile away down the road. It could be clockwork? Haha! No. It's electric. We do have electricity.


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11 Oct 2019, 5:24 pm

bhawk wrote:
smudge wrote:
bhawk wrote:
smudge wrote:
bhawk wrote:
Last week, i may have had a midlife crisis.....after 5 years i randomly decided to chop my beard off.
It feels SO...FRIGGIN....WEIRD!

I somehow, creepily, look younger and older at the same time 8O 8O 8O


You have a friendly face. I like that. I love your dog.


Have him, and the other two, theyre cute but theyre dicks! :lol: :lol: :lol:


Awww, why?!



My oldest b***h is utterly entitled. Recently we had a chinese. About 3am she woke me up stamping her feet as if she wanted to go out, i took her downstairs and opened the front door. She walked into the living room, just to check if there was any left over chinese!
This is the same dog that demands her food and as soon as shes had it will create a fuss until i let her upstairs because she just wants to curl up and sleep in luxury.
My second b***h is a bull cross lurcher, she constantly steals things and stashes them in the garden, games console controllers, shoes, my tools, my coats etc. She also has a habit of eating remote controls. No matter how well we hide them she will always find a way to get them and destroy them. we're onto remote control number 25 for the tv now! I have literally spent more money on remote controls than i did buying her!
My youngest, the dog in the photo is astro, a saluki cross greyhound. I got the front garden re-turfed. He decided he would run in circles so sharp that it dug a large mud circle into the grass. He also loves digging, including under the ferret hutch which led to the hutch nearly falling over! He also has no concept of personal space and even while im on the laptop will climb and stand on my lap (hes a big dog) and just stand there no matter how much i shout at him....

Theyre all cute, but also massive dicks.
Astro has a chance to become useful though as he starts his training with me for a working life tomorrow


That made me laugh, especially your Cross Bull Lurcher!! That's hilarious!! ! :lol:



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28 Oct 2019, 3:03 pm

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04 Nov 2019, 9:58 pm

Me last month.
Sorry. I tried the img method using links from several upload sites and it did not work for some reason. Frustrating.

https://ibb.co/xzCskNs


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04 Nov 2019, 10:10 pm

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Me last month.

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you have pleasant features and caring eyes :flower:



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04 Nov 2019, 10:14 pm

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Me last month.

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you have pleasant features and caring eyes :flower:


Thankyou.
I was not in a very peaceful situation at the time since I was in London staying with my abusive mother to keep her out of a psych unit having only come out of one myself 2 months prior haha, but I love parks and it was a day she allowed me to go out alone and get some space and natural beauty x


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05 Nov 2019, 4:00 am

You look really nice. You could not tell by the picture that you have been through so many battles.


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05 Nov 2019, 9:36 pm

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My team of highly trained cyber-operatives working aorund the clock using bleeding-edge hypertechnology have unveiled, for your viewing, the most accurate rendition of the entity known only as "EzraS"

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This almost killed me.



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09 Nov 2019, 10:52 pm

Me a couple of months ago on a chilly day:

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09 Nov 2019, 10:59 pm

Teach51 wrote:
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here I am exposed to you all :lol: if I haven't f....ked it up


Gorgeous...


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