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TeeHeeHee Posted 30th Jul 2020, 09:42am
  There'll be other times, Ken ... eg Xmas biggrin.gif
kenb Posted 29th Jul 2020, 08:38pm
 
QUOTE (TeeHeeHee @ 28th Jul 2020, 04:48pm) *
laugh.gif Hi ya big toerag. tongue.gif
If we're talkin' about the same Dylan he's doing great - apart from gettin' the odd `red card' for terrorising delivery guys (but never the popst-lady biggrin.gif )
I used to watch those Isle of Man cuddies get a bottle of Guinness poured down their throats every day: maybe that enriched the texture of their `apples' which in turn improved the quality of garden products.

Mary, shall I tell Ken we missedf him this year?
Ja, why not?
OK, Schatze


Ken, we missed you this year laugh.gif

ja imissed bothof you e s p mary
ashfield Posted 28th Jul 2020, 04:46pm
  I was starting to think I'd stumbled on "No Posting" day on the boards huh.gif
TeeHeeHee Posted 28th Jul 2020, 03:48pm
 
QUOTE (kenb @ 28th Jul 2020, 01:50am) *
good evening tee i never thought i would read back the words tee hee hee you are talking big sh** i have seen the isle of man and them horse and carts leave big shi*ts .how is dylan

laugh.gif Hi ya big toerag. tongue.gif
If we're talkin' about the same Dylan he's doing great - apart from gettin' the odd `red card' for terrorising delivery guys (but never the popst-lady biggrin.gif )
I used to watch those Isle of Man cuddies get a bottle of Guinness poured down their throats every day: maybe that enriched the texture of their `apples' which in turn improved the quality of garden products.

Mary, shall I tell Ken we missedf him this year?
Ja, why not?
OK, Schatze


Ken, we missed you this year laugh.gif
kenb Posted 28th Jul 2020, 01:50am
 
QUOTE (TeeHeeHee @ 26th Jul 2020, 06:01pm) *
Sumac, when you think about it, horses `apples' are whats left after the horse's digestive system has extracted what it requires from the, mostly, hay and grass on which the horse feeds. Granted there will be `pony pecils' in among that food intake and the odd bit of crusty bread or carrot but what what is ejected at the other end is, unlike doggie poo, very easily bio-degraded and/or scattered in the wind.
Great for gardens too; roses, vegetables etc.
The only time I saw poo-bags and shovels being used was with the rag-men used to come around blowin' their trumpets shouting DELFFURRARAGS from the driver's seats of their horse and carts ... and when I spent the summer season on the Isle of Man as a young lad cookin' up a storm in '64 and gettin' to know all the horses which pulled the trams as a friend of Belle Caine's man who was their blacksmith and carer in those days. biggrin.gif

good evening tee i never thought i would read backthe words tee hee hee you are talking big sh** i have seen the isle of man and them horse and carts leave big shi*ts .how is dylan
zascot Posted 27th Jul 2020, 04:38am
 
QUOTE (TeeHeeHee @ 26th Jul 2020, 06:01pm) *
Sumac, when you think about it, horses `apples' are whats left after the horse's digestive system has extracted what it requires from the, mostly, hay and grass on which the horse feeds. Granted there will be `pony pecils' in among that food intake and the odd bit of crusty bread or carrot but what what is ejected at the other end is, unlike doggie poo, very easily bio-degraded and/or scattered in the wind.
Great for gardens too; roses, vegetables etc.
The only time I saw poo-bags and shovels being used was with the rag-men used to come around blowin' their trumpets shouting DELFFURRARAGS from the driver's seats of their horse and carts ... and when I spent the summer season on the Isle of Man as a young lad cookin' up a storm in '64 and gettin' to know all the horses which pulled the trams as a friend of Belle Caine's man who was their blacksmith and carer in those days. biggrin.gif

Sounds like a load of horsesh-- to me THH. 🤣😆
sumac Posted 26th Jul 2020, 09:32pm
  You’re right that it’s bio-degradable, but what a stinking mess it is. Our old dog had to be grabbed before she rolled in it and, even worse, ate it. Children on their bikes cycled through it.
On a school trip with my wee class, we went on a pony and cart ride. There were great squeals as the horse, right in front of them, pooed. BUT the horse was wearing a bag at the back which caught the offending mass. Why can’t horses wear these “nappies“?
TeeHeeHee Posted 26th Jul 2020, 05:01pm
  Sumac, when you think about it, horses `apples' are whats left after the horse's digestive system has extracted what it requires from the, mostly, hay and grass on which the horse feeds. Granted there will be `pony pecils' in among that food intake and the odd bit of crusty bread or carrot but what what is ejected at the other end is, unlike doggie poo, very easily bio-degraded and/or scattered in the wind.
Great for gardens too; roses, vegetables etc.
The only time I saw poo-bags and shovels being used was with the rag-men used to come around blowin' their trumpets shouting DELFFURRARAGS from the driver's seats of their horse and carts ... and when I spent the summer season on the Isle of Man as a young lad cookin' up a storm in '64 and gettin' to know all the horses which pulled the trams as a friend of Belle Caine's man who was their blacksmith and carer in those days. biggrin.gif
taurus Posted 25th Jul 2020, 11:27pm
  from what I`m led to believe , and I don`t purport to know anything about the law,horses have right of way in everything,some law going back centuries probably. a neighbour of ours had a prang in his nice car when a horse ran in to him,and nothing he could do,the horse was the winner in law. So a bit of dung will always be forgiven too i suppose.
sumac Posted 25th Jul 2020, 05:07pm
  I’m replying about police horses doing their business unchecked. We stayed, until recently, near the police stables. We got quite friendly with the lady police riders, very nice ladies indeed. However, our paths, pavements and roads were becoming increasingly littered with huge piles of horse manure. We asked our son-in-law, a police officer, to find out if police horses were exempt from any punishment for this mess - much worse than any dog poo problem we had.
Back came the reply that the riders were not allowed to dismount to pick up after their horses (well, you’d need a big shovel and a very big bag!) and were, indeed, exempt. Shocking!
As for dog poo - what problem do people have with just picking up after their canine pals? We were picker-uppers nearly 30 years ago and continued to do so with all of our dogs. On one occasion, I offered a poo bag to a lady whose dog had just performed, she being without a bag. What an embarrassing mistake! She ranted at me, using a few choice words. I was speechless. Apparently, I was a nosey ******, sticking her ******* nose in where it wasn’t wanted.
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