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Old 08-02-08, 05:35 PM   #26
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I have taken Yoda for a run on my MTB, but he pulls on the lead too much...and his little paws struggle to apply the V-brakes when I dive off to the side for a pee.


Staffies are a highly intelligent and loyal breed, just like their owners.....mine loves riding in my BoB trailer.
I totally agree. All jokes aside they are a lovely breed except in the wrong hands. E.g English chav trying to be hard with no clue of dogs and sporting tatoos, stud collar on dog. Takes pride when it imtimidates people or other dogs!

Yours sounds very mischevious just like you!
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Old 08-02-08, 05:40 PM   #27
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There was an aussie convict called Gor
Yoda his constant companion on four
They both liked to go for a pootle and pee
dragging the trailer through outback country
until Steve had to come back to bikeforums for more!
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Old 08-02-08, 05:46 PM   #28
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Those black and white stripey things are quite strong. I'm walked by three of them for my neighbour occasionally..
He is a blue merle coloured Border Collie although the photo doesn't quite show it!
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Old 08-02-08, 06:44 PM   #29
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My mother's dog probably has some Staffordshire in her. She looks like a small pittie type but her face and bowlegs make us think there's some Boxer in there too. She's very sweet, very submissive, and devoted to Mom.

I love Border Collies, though... frighteningly smart dogs.
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I totally agree. All jokes aside they are a lovely breed except in the wrong hands. E.g English chav trying to be hard with no clue of dogs and sporting tatoos, stud collar on dog. Takes pride when it imtimidates people or other dogs!

Yours sounds very mischevious just like you!

OH!!.......the dog is supposed to wear the studded collar...not me?


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There was an aussie convict called Gor
Yoda his constant companion on four
They both liked to go for a pootle and pee
dragging the trailer through outback country
until Steve had to come back to bikeforums for more!

Very good Mulleady, and I thought the Irish were illiterate
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Old 08-03-08, 03:02 AM   #31
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Very good Mulleady, and I thought the Irish were illiterate
Seems they only teach you outback literature and some nursery rhymes out there then
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Seems they only teach you outback literature and some nursery rhymes out there then

Yeah, all about Irish bushrangers and murder-diddly-urderers.
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A pom, fresh off the plane from London at Sydney airport, is trying to negotiate Australian customs. Finally, when it's his turn to get his passport stamped, the customs officer starts rattling off the usual questions:
C.O. - How long do you intend to stay?
POM - 1 week.
C.O. - What is the nature of this trip?
POM - Business.
C.O. - Do you have any past criminal convictions?
POM - I didn't think we still needed to!




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Old 08-03-08, 04:29 PM   #34
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The only current conviction I have is, that 20" or smaller wheeled bikes are a blast to ride.

And there's the time I had to front up to court for illegal parking, the copper made me look like a MONKEY, I got a fine, promised I wouldn't do it again, then continued illegally parking from then on.....hey, I was a delivery driver, what else could I do?
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