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Zonny
06-12-2010, 11:44
in my pajamas :faint:I called, she said, "can you bring them right now?" :yawn:

It worked. I think only the employees and 1 customer saw me. :embarassed:

ExxoticOne
06-12-2010, 14:11
I don't own pajamas.

But I do go through the drive-through at McDonalds in my bathrobe sometimes.

Zonny
06-12-2010, 14:36
You should buy some. They're great for running to the groomer's in :wavey:

GreyEclipse
06-12-2010, 15:00
lolz, weirrrd. I just throw on some jeans and go.
Sometimes I just wear a jacket, no shirt but a bathrobe..? lol.

ExxoticOne
06-12-2010, 15:12
You should buy some. They're great for running to the groomer's in :wavey:

With all my pets we have the mobile groomer come to the house.

ExxoticOne
06-12-2010, 15:18
... but a bathrobe..? lol.

I keep my cars in the garage (keys and purse inside) so on a hungry whim I just go....I would just die if my car broke down or I got into an accident :supergrin:

sawgrass
06-12-2010, 15:20
in my pajamas :faint:I called, she said, "can you bring them right now?" :yawn:

It worked. I think only the employees and 1 customer saw me. :embarassed:

I don't own pajamas.

But I do go through the drive-through at McDonalds in my bathrobe sometimes.

I went to the Twins game last night and the players looked like they
were all wearing pajamas! When did they change their pants?

EO, hard to picture you at McDonalds, unless it was for coffee.

Zonny, what kind of dogs do you have?

We were going out to breakfast yesterday am and I called for a chiro
appt. She said come right now. I was commando and she usually has you
put on a gown. I kept my jeans on and said I was chilly.:embarassed:
Sometimes you just have to go with it.:rofl:

ExxoticOne
06-12-2010, 15:25
EO, hard to picture you at McDonalds, unless it was for coffee.

I was commando and she usually has you put on a gown. I kept my jeans on and said I was chilly.:embarassed:

Sometimes you just have to go with it.:rofl:

Does your chiropractor do that thing where it "appears" he or she is dry humping you or where you have to put your legs up on their shoulders? I think I'd leave my jeans on too :cool:

I like those steak Burritos when I'm hungover; if it's really bad, then I go for a steak, egg and cheese bagel...if Chick-Fil-A or whatever it's called was open on Sundays I'd go there instead.

Zonny
06-12-2010, 15:28
Zonny, what kind of dogs do you have?



Schnauzers. Soffie & Schatzi :wavey: AKA "The Girls"
http://i77.photobucket.com/albums/j62/PearlMarie/IMG_0018.jpg

http://i77.photobucket.com/albums/j62/PearlMarie/IMG_0019.jpg

http://i77.photobucket.com/albums/j62/PearlMarie/IMG_0020.jpg

http://i77.photobucket.com/albums/j62/PearlMarie/IMG_0016.jpg


http://i77.photobucket.com/albums/j62/PearlMarie/IMG_0017.jpg

sawgrass
06-12-2010, 15:42
Does your chiropractor do that thing where it "appears" he or she is dry humping you or where you have to put your legs up on their shoulders? I think I'd leave my jeans on too :cool:

I like those steak Burritos when I'm hungover; if it's really bad, then I go for a steak, egg and cheese bagel...if Chick-Fil-A or whatever it's called was open on Sundays I'd go there instead.

:rofl:No she doesn't...

I miss Chik-Fil-A, a sandwich and chocolate milk is great hangover food.

kcb
06-12-2010, 15:59
Don't feel bad about that, Kathy!

Parents bring their kids to school EVERY morning and walk in the lobby FULL of people and into the office in their pajamas! And some of them seriously need to buy a full length mirror!

We are AMAZED all the time at what they show up in. :faint:

I'm sure your pj's were presentable! :cool:

sawgrass
06-12-2010, 16:04
Zonny, those babies are adorable!!:hearts:

ExxoticOne
06-12-2010, 16:09
Schnauzers. Soffie & Schatzie AKA "The Girls"

So cute! Also, when you say "the girls" Zonny, people usually think (.)(.)

Zonny
06-12-2010, 19:03
So cute! Also, when you say "the girls" Zonny, people usually think (.)(.)

My (.)(.) are more like WOMEN!!

Psst. There's a joke about a "schnauzer" referencing something else too :wavey:

ExxoticOne
06-12-2010, 19:15
There's a joke about a "schnauzer" referencing something else too

DO NOT post pictures of your giant schnauzer!:faint:

AV1911
06-13-2010, 09:59
:popcorn:

Entertaining indeed...

Good to read something here besides ....what gun should I buy my wife, mother, sister, aunt, dog...(no disrespect intended) :cool:

PATRICE
06-13-2010, 10:07
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sawgrass
06-13-2010, 10:36
:popcorn:

Entertaining indeed...

Good to read something here besides ....what gun should I buy my wife, mother, sister, aunt, dog...(no disrespect intended) :cool:

The women posting in this thread, having a little fun don't have any
trouble picking out their own guns.


Hhmmm...well, I have to say that I don't think I would have seen a thread like this on the other side of the fence.--Patrice

Good Morning Patrice! If memory serves me, you have the big dog of
the bunch!!:wavey:

PATRICE
06-13-2010, 12:57
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PATRICE
06-13-2010, 16:03
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sawgrass
06-13-2010, 17:51
OK, kcb patrice and av1911 let's hear about some experience
where you showed up improperly dressed or had one of
those embarrasing moments!:rofl:

I caught myself on fire once cutting pipe out of a boiler room
ceiling. All of the top clothes came off, and I didn't care that
there were spectators and a couple of offers to help.:embarassed:

Two lessons learned: cotton bras for work, and it's never too hot
for leather.

kcb
06-13-2010, 18:06
OK, kcb patrice and av1911 let's hear about some experience
where you showed up improperly dressed or had one of
those embarrasing moments!:rofl:

I caught myself on fire once cutting pipe out of a boiler room
ceiling. All of the top clothes came off, and I didn't care that
there were spectators and a couple of offers to help.:embarassed:

Two lessons learned: cotton bras for work, and it's never too hot
for leather.

I can't say that I've had that experience. BUT I have had recurring nightmares about that subject my entire life! So I feel like it has happened.

I have always tried to never leave my house without being in clothes, even in emergency situations. I did drive my kids to school, not prepared to GET OUT OF THE Car, a time or two. I prayed the whole way that nothing unexpected would cause me to get out of the car. :supergrin:

I've been told to go straight to the hospital, or call 911 when something has happened to me; but I always take a shower first. Probably why I fainted and broke my foot one time! :whistling:

Funny, today, I was thinking of what if something happened to my husband, he was a few minutes late getting home, would I just hop in the car and go as I was? I think I'd throw on a pair of jeans and a t-shirt. Not go in my pjs.

Probably because of the recurring nightmare! :rofl:

ExxoticOne
06-13-2010, 18:27
...however, I'm certainly inclined to think that some of the more traditionally-conservative ladies who occasionally post in this subforum might think such independent behavior is quite horrid, & unladylike.{As likely would their spouses/s.o.'s...

And they can hit the ignore button as far as I'm concerned :wavey:

sawgrass
06-13-2010, 18:40
I can't say that I've had that experience. BUT I have had recurring nightmares about that subject my entire life! So I feel like it has happened.

I have always tried to never leave my house without being in clothes, even in emergency situations. I did drive my kids to school, not prepared to GET OUT OF THE Car, a time or two. I prayed the whole way that nothing unexpected would cause me to get out of the car. :supergrin:

I've been told to go straight to the hospital, or call 911 when something has happened to me; but I always take a shower first. Probably why I fainted and broke my foot one time! :whistling:

Funny, today, I was thinking of what if something happened to my husband, he was a few minutes late getting home, would I just hop in the car and go as I was? I think I'd throw on a pair of jeans and a t-shirt. Not go in my pjs.

Probably because of the recurring nightmare! :rofl:

OK, tell us the best (worst) nightmare. It's a start.
We all had clothes, mostly, just not the right clothes.

One time there was this girl in my hottub and she fainted when she
got out. We were all naked. She wasn't coming to easily and I called
911. I threw a quilt around her, damn she was upset I didn't dress her.
Lesson:get out of a hottub slow if you aren't used to it.

sawgrass
06-13-2010, 18:43
ExxoticOne and Patrice together=TROUBLE.:rofl:
You gotta love sassy women.

PATRICE
06-13-2010, 19:12
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sawgrass
06-13-2010, 20:58
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Hhmmm...well, there was 1X when the dog was in season & she really had to go potty. All I had on was a robe, and since I had to manage the dog on a leash & my robe...I quickly snapped on my gunbelt that I wear when walking the property (.357mag, 6" barrel in a cross-draw holster, dble speedloader pouch, and large folding-knife pouch); it was very early, the sun was just high enough to burn the fog off the prairie, so I didn't think too much about my state of undress. But there I was, much closer to the the road than I had intended, moderately heavy-wind, 170 lb dog on a leash looking for just the right place to do her business, trying to keep my robe properly closed---when a school bus load of jr.-high school kids comes around a bend in the road.... Everyone on that school bus was either waving at me or cheering. To this day, my heart sinks every time I see a school bus.--Patrice

:rofl:That's quite the visual. I've never seen a woman in a robe and a gun. Actually I feel very underdressed now, with my little sig or lcp in my
pocket when I take my 8#schnoodle out. :rofl: I wonder what those
kids thought...it's probably a good thing you're in Texas!:supergrin:

janice6
06-13-2010, 21:33
They look like a couple of sweethearts.

AV1911
06-13-2010, 21:42
The women posting in this thread, having a little fun don't have any
trouble picking out their own guns.


LOL....I am truly confused ( well, confused is the wrong word, amused would be a lot more accurate) at how you ended up taking what I said so far out of context. Please, let me clarify.

I am very aware that "the woman posting in this thread, having a little fun"... were dong just that. Having some fun. I was entertained. I thought is was great. You know refreshing?! I said what I said because 9 times out of ten when I drop by here, there is another thread started from (usually) a guy asking about what gun would be best for his mom, sister, wife, g/f etc. It gets old and boring reading the same old stuff. This was cool....

And the ..."don't have any trouble picking out their own guns"...part 2 of the statement was totally uncalled for. No one picks out guns for me. First time I ever went to shoot a gun, I went to the range alone.

I have the absolute upmost respect for all woman that shoot, whether they are independent or have to rely on their husbands should not make a difference. But I guess it does around here, at least with some of you. Too bad indeed.

ExxoticOne
06-13-2010, 21:54
But I guess it does around here, at least with some of you. Too bad indeed.

Too bad for me indeed; you took a fun thread and overdramatized everything. Jeez.

AV1911
06-13-2010, 22:08
Too bad for me indeed; you took a fun thread and overdramatized everything. Jeez.

If you say it, it must be true. My apologies to everyone.

PATRICE
06-14-2010, 04:01
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PATRICE
06-14-2010, 04:48
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sawgrass
06-14-2010, 07:59
WTH???

AV1911 I share your thoughts on what is typically in the women's sub-forum. A different kind of thread is just that, different and this time fun.

I wasn't implying anything, but will be very clear if I need to.
It would be nearly impossible to buy a gun w/o male input.
That wasn't the point at all. My point is simply that there are
a few actual women who post here, and they are a great
bunch of seemingly strong women.

So if you're inclined, join the thread and tell us a funny clothes story.

sawgrass
06-14-2010, 08:05
Patrice I need a holster for my SW 686 with a six inch barrrel.
I love the picture in my head when I think of you (hell,or most
any woman) in a gun belt. That is so cool!!

Have a great day all.
Sawgrass

eta: So EO when you run to McDonalds in your robe, do you carry?
I need to fill out the Florida paperwork for a nonresident permit.

ExxoticOne
06-14-2010, 09:14
eta: So EO when you run to McDonalds in your robe, do you carry? I need to fill out the Florida paperwork for a nonresident permit.

I keep a gun in every glove box...purchased without any male assistance...both the guns and the cars :)

sawgrass
06-14-2010, 11:09
I keep a gun in every glove box...purchased without any male assistance...both the guns and the cars :)

If your gun dealer is a woman, hook me up.
I've purchased only from men.

This thread was entertaining in its original intent.
I stand by the fact that there are smart, funny, strong, independent
women on GT. I'm filled with admiration.

Lone_Wolfe has a good car buying story somewhere in here.
She walked out over condescending behavior from the salesman.

FWIW, I have a safe through bolted in my F150. I have to lock
them up when I enter my place of employment.


EO, I still haven't shot a CZ, but intend to.

BobInTX
06-14-2010, 15:43
OK, tell us the best (worst) nightmare. It's a start.
We all had clothes, mostly, just not the right clothes.

One time there was this girl in my hottub and she fainted when she
got out. We were all naked. She wasn't coming to easily and I called
911. I threw a quilt around her, damn she was upset I didn't dress her.
Lesson:get out of a hottub slow if you aren't used to it.
I'm going to have to start hanging out in the Women's "Issues" forum more. :rofl:

Sawgrass! You're giving this old married guy too many visuals!

Commando. Taking off your hot (literally) top. Naked girls in hot tubs. :whistling:

sawgrass
06-14-2010, 16:49
I'm going to have to start hanging out in the Women's "Issues" forum more. :rofl:

Sawgrass! You're giving this old married guy too many visuals!

Commando. Taking off your hot (literally) top. Naked girls in hot tubs. :whistling:

I'll be back to talk to you Mister!
I'm busy making dinner.
Jaegarschnitzel, potatoes, sauteed brussel sprouts.
I lived in Germany my teenage years and I'm working
hard to remember how to do this.

sawgrass
06-14-2010, 18:02
I'm going to have to start hanging out in the Women's "Issues" forum more. :rofl:

Sawgrass! You're giving this old married guy too many visuals!

Commando. Taking off your hot (literally) top. Naked girls in hot tubs. :whistling:

Yes, it is nice to see a thread about something other than what gun for female so and so....

The rest isn't quite as interesting as it sounds. Just life.

Nice to see you back. I hope your 30th anniversary was all that and more.
You Know....maybe your wife should join us in the women's sub-forum.

As far as visuals I have chuckled several times today over Patrice and
the school bus. Thanks Patrice! I can't imagine a 170# dog.:faint:

BobInTX
06-14-2010, 18:21
Yes, it is nice to see a thread about something other than what gun for female so and so....

The rest isn't quite as interesting as it sounds. Just life.

Nice to see you back. I hope your 30th anniversary was all that and more.
You Know....maybe your wife should join us in the women's sub-forum.

As far as visuals I have chuckled several times today over Patrice and
the school bus. Thanks Patrice! I can't imagine a 170# dog.:faint:

My wife has her own guns. She picked them out. It was worse than purse shopping. She's not much of a computer person at home.

ExxoticOne
06-14-2010, 18:52
If your gun dealer is a woman, hook me up.
I've purchased only from men.

FWIW, I have a safe through bolted in my F150. I have to lockthem up when I enter my place of employment.

EO, I still haven't shot a CZ, but intend to.

I buy on occasion from a husband-wife team but my "main man" is, well, a man!

You have an F150? We do too; it's a Lariat king cab in red/tan...I love driving it. I am in the market for a new "commuter" car so I'll be inquiring about a car safe with you in the future.

I hope you really do try the CZ subcompacts; someone here turned me onto them and I just love them.

PATRICE
06-14-2010, 19:50
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ExxoticOne
06-14-2010, 20:14
I had to let the darn thing out! Not more apple fritters for me.:upeyes:

Get an ankle holster and eat all you want!

sawgrass
06-14-2010, 20:24
Hhmmm...well, I think I did online purchases through cheaperthandirt.com (although I may actually have purchased the holster itself at Cabelas). Nothing fancy, the nylon/nylon-webbing material for the holster, duty-belt, and the double-speedloader pouch. Uncle Mike's was the brand for the holster, and probably for the other stuff, too. Bianchi makes a holster for a S&W 6" barrel, but I can't truly say it's that much better (my spouse has one)---it won't fit onto a 2"+ duty-belt, as will the Uncle Mike's brand. No problem finding a leather holster, but I prefer the nylon. [I've heard of more than one person ruining the finish on a good handgun secondary to a wet holster.]

As stated, I generally only wear the thing when I walk the property.... Except for the school bus escapade...and an occasional parade of force (discourages potential poachers and other reprobates)when I also carry a rifle or shotgun out with me---those are about he only times it goes about my waist. [One of my other more embarrassing moments was...when I hadn't worn it for awhile...I had to let the darn thing out! Not more apple fritters for me.:upeyes:]--Patrice

Ha I would be a little afraid of that tonight. My experimental dinner turned
out well, and we are sure full.

Once in a while the local gun folks get together for a breakfast at a down
town bar. Open carry is encouraged. It was here I learned the term
barbeque gun. It would look really cool to have a belt with accessories
for an occasion like this. Apart from that someone would likely call the
police.

Lone_Wolfe
06-15-2010, 01:32
Schnauzers. Soffie & Schatzi : wavey: AKA "The Girls"


Awwwwwww, the little sweethearts! :hearts:


My (.)(.) are more like WOMEN!!

Psst. There's a joke about a "schnauzer" referencing something else too : wavey:

I started to make a comment about my (.)(.), but realized I don;t know a way to do that in lower case. :whistling: :rofl:

The women posting in this thread, having a little fun don't have any
trouble picking out their own guns.



Oh wait, I don't have any guns! Does that ban me from this thread? :crying:



Well, I do believe that to be a truism...however, I'm certainly inclined to think that some of the more traditionally-conservative ladies who occasionally post in this subforum might think such independent behavior is quite horrid, & unladylike.{As likely would their spouses/s.o.'s: tequila:

:animlol: :animlol:

sawgrass
06-15-2010, 07:45
Wolfe your pictures are as bad as Bac1023's.
They have cost me a few bucks.
I really enjoy large revolvers.:wavey:
Nice to see you out and about, friend.
I've been missing you.

Foxterriermom
06-15-2010, 09:13
Ladies, wanted you to know I got a kick out of this thread! Wish I had something I could add to it.

ExxoticOne
06-15-2010, 15:25
Wish I had something I could add to it.

Tell me about your guns! :wavey:

Foxterriermom
06-15-2010, 20:26
I've got 8 of them. 4 pistols and 4 long guns. I've only had them a few years and really need to learn a lot more than I know. Always had guns in the house the 20 years I was married but they belonged to the ex so that left me with none when he bailed. Felt I needed to be able to protect myself so I got my CCL and started buying my own. I don't carry as often as I should - I'm not a petite gal but even on my 5'8" frameI have problems concealing my G26 - especially in summer clothes (I appendix carry - most comfortable for me). I would like to get something in a single stack and maybe even a .45 that would hide a little easier. Three of my pistols are 9mm and the other one is a .22 to keep the Texas rattlers at bay!

ExxoticOne
06-15-2010, 20:56
I've got 8 of them. 4 pistols and 4 long guns. Felt I needed to be able to protect myself so I got my CCL and started buying my own. I don't carry as often as I should - I'm not a petite gal but even on my 5'8" frame I have problems concealing my G26 - especially in summer clothes (I appendix carry - most comfortable for me). I would like to get something in a single stack and maybe even a .45 that would hide a little easier.

Thanks for sharing! The G26 was my first gun; I prefer my G36 over that one now.

I think my Kimber Pro Carry is a .45 single (7 in the mag?).

I encourage you to carry more!

Lone_Wolfe
06-16-2010, 01:00
Ladies, wanted you to know I got a kick out of this thread! Wish I had something I could add to it.

You could post pictures of your doggies. :wavey:

Lone_Wolfe
06-16-2010, 01:03
Wolfe your pictures are as bad as Bac1023's.
They have cost me a few bucks.
I really enjoy large revolvers.:wavey:
Nice to see you out and about, friend.
I've been missing you.

Why you blaming me? Those aren't my pics that made you :drool:. They belong to a certain nurse you been talking to. :whistling:

sawgrass
06-16-2010, 07:06
Why you blaming me? Those aren't my pics that made you :drool:. They belong to a certain nurse you been talking to. :whistling:

I trusted your reccomendations.:rofl:
Let's see, three times now.
Two pistols and a reloading press.
I think I remember someone saying that particular nurse had access
to her photobucket account.:supergrin:

sawgrass
06-16-2010, 07:21
Wolfe, it's nice to see you posting.

Foxterriermom
06-16-2010, 15:49
You could post pictures of your doggies. :wavey:


You know, I have more picutres of my animals than anything else but I'm always careful about "sharing". Don't we all know an over-zealous parent that thinks their kid(s) are just the more adorable and are always sharing their pcitures whether anyone wants to see them or not??? :yawn:

skanless
06-16-2010, 16:07
Schnauzers. Soffie & Schatzi :wavey: AKA "The Girls"









http://i77.photobucket.com/albums/j62/PearlMarie/IMG_0017.jpg
Nice tattoo. :whistling:

ExxoticOne
06-16-2010, 17:24
Don't we all know an over-zealous parent that thinks their kid(s) are just the more adorable and are always sharing their pcitures whether anyone wants to see them or not??? :yawn:

We can do an entire thread about overbearing parents and their pictorals of cootie-infested, ankle biting, diaper filling, booger makers...

but pets are different though! :cool:

Lone_Wolfe
06-17-2010, 07:55
I trusted your reccomendations.: rofl:
Let's see, three times now.
Two pistols and a reloading press.
I think I remember someone saying that particular nurse had access
to her photobucket account.: supergrin:

I see how it is..... blame me.... just blame me for everything... :crying:

Need any more recommendations? :whistling:



Wolfe, it's nice to see you posting.

Hmmm, all these edits make me wonder what you didn't want me to see. You're hiding something, I just know it. :impatient: I'll drag it out of you, even if I have to get Silent_Runner to post more gun pics and make you spend more money.. :big evil grin: .. And just for that I won't post any pics of me in my robe! :animlol:



You know, I have more picutres of my animals than anything else but I'm always careful about "sharing". Don't we all know an over-zealous parent that thinks their kid(s) are just the more adorable and are always sharing their pcitures whether anyone wants to see them or not???

Welllllll, if we didn't want to see them....... something would have to be wrong with us. :supergrin: I love critter pics.



We can do an entire thread about overbearing parents and their pictorals of cootie-infested, ankle biting, diaper filling, booger makers...

but pets are different though! :cool:

AMEN!

sawgrass
06-17-2010, 08:45
I see how it is..... blame me.... just blame me for everything... :crying:

Need any more recommendations? :whistling:

Hmmm, all these edits make me wonder what you didn't want me to see. You're hiding something, I just know it. :impatient: I'll drag it out of you, even if I have to get Silent_Runner to post more gun pics and make you spend more money.. :big evil grin: .. And just for that I won't post any pics of me in my robe! :animlol:


Welllllll, if we didn't want to see them....... something would have to be wrong with us. :supergrin: I love critter pics.

AMEN!


:rofl:Start dragging...my post along with the other one gave a very inaccurate impression. I deleted it. The other thing was about a gift.
More about that the middle of JULY.

Robe pics...hmmm.

LW, I hope this was a better day for you.

I love animal pics.

Wolfe, I'm doing a trial run with a cat soon. A friend is coming for a week
and I told her to bring him. I'll post a pic of him for you when he's here.
This cat has the most beautiful tail. It's huge! He has great lines and
colors in his face too. His name is Strut...and the name fits. I hope he
doesn't beat Chloe up. The cat is bigger.

Lone_Wolfe
06-23-2010, 01:42
sawgrass, you do realize we need pics when the cat beats up visits Chloe, don't you? :whistling: :supergrin:

sawgrass
06-27-2010, 11:02
sawgrass, you do realize we need pics when the cat beats up visits Chloe, don't you? :whistling: :supergrin:


I am a little worried. Something else that occured to me is this:
this cat has claws. I have surround sound and new furniture. If he
claws my speakers or my furniture, I'm going to be PISSED. Actually
it didn't occur to me at all, Wrencher casually said one day, you know
Strut has claws, and cats like to scratch things. I don't know what to
do. I adopted the cat at the humane society for my best friend for a
Christmas present after her cat died of old age. He's the most
beautiful cat I've ever seen. He's affectionate too. He's very funny, he
lays in the sink, he drinks out of the faucet. His favorite toy is a grocery
bag or a box.

Chloe isn't much of a fighter. She caught a rabbit. She put her paws over it
and licked it. She didn't bite or hurt it at all. I think she thought she had
a new pal.

ExxoticOne
06-27-2010, 12:40
Sawgrass:

http://www.softpaws.com/

sawgrass
06-27-2010, 12:47
Sawgrass:

http://www.softpaws.com/


Wow! I'm hanging out with his Mom later. I'm going to
run this past her. I really don't want him climbing my
speakers or taking an eye from Chloe.

Straightpipe
06-28-2010, 00:29
I'm so glad I stumbled in here, I love dogs. Zonny your schnauzers are beautiful. I love their haircuts. I cut my mom's yorkshire terrier like that one time and I thought she was going to kill me. Patrice can we see a picture of your big baby. I have always though of my black and tan coonhound as a horse in comparison to my friends pom's and my moms yorky, and she only weighs 60lbs. Yours has a whole 110lbs on mine!!! Here's a picture of my girl Ruby.
http://i178.photobucket.com/albums/w279/straightpipe06/ruby2010.jpg

PATRICE
07-03-2010, 06:18
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Lone_Wolfe
07-03-2010, 09:13
Hhmmm...my apologies, but I have neither camera nor technical expertise to take/post a virtual photograph.--Patrice

Darn! Bet that's a pretty dog.

sawgrass
07-03-2010, 09:52
Sawgrass:

http://www.softpaws.com/

Well.....the consensus is that we better have the Red Cross
on standby for a transfusion or two. I think the cat has to stay
home.