dangerous children

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Rowan
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Post by Rowan »

You expect everyone to change to suit your situation - you've not responded to anyone's suggestions here
....Manless?
- you definitely don't read me at all - very happily married for a long time :D
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:lol:
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Said you can't read me - I have no time for cats at all !
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Rowan wrote:Said you can't read me - I have no time for cats at all !
But yet you still fit the profile :o
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Post by Rowan »

I rest my case :P
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Post by stringrae »

This discussion is hilarious! qpr1 are you a QPR fan and if so what does the "1" stand for ... No 1 fan? That could account for alot of things ... ha ha - once again your profiling is wrong poor qpr not very good are you? Actually it may surprise you to know that i dont particularly like cats either - i like ours (have 2) cos they come and go as they please through the cat flap, they censored outside, are remarkably clean and we dont have to take them for walks or pay someone to do that whilst we are out working. But i do have to admit there are alot of mangy moggies around that i wouldnt give the time of day to. Anyway, qpr1 you seem to have picked up quite a few new pals on this discussion I hope you get it all sorted out with your nutter (takes one to know one) - it seems to me that you have gotten yourself very upset over very little I think you need to calm down. I always think its quite nice to have a few odd balls around - the world would be a very boring place if we were all the same. Very boring.
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Post by little miss sunshine »

qpr1 it sounds like there is not (pardon the pun) "a cat in hells chance" that you can force the cat owner to fence her property.
You asked for advice/suggestions , here's a few
1. walk a different route to school or on the opposite side of the road so the "little darlings" cannot "accidentally" wonder into her garden.
2. hold the hands of the children who pose more of a potential risk to wonder off thus discouraging the others to follow.
3. If there not your children you are taking to school get there parents too thus they can control their own children
4. Simply tell them not to touch the cat/enter the garden.
5. Making their journey to school interesting ,diverting their attention by singing songs or playing word games on the way to school.
I am sorry if this is telling you to suck eggs but simply put the onus lies with you and not the cat owner. If you know this women is going to have a go why torment her further. I am not a cat lover just a parent whose children were no angels when they were young but knew how to behave in public.
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mad mad mad
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stringrae
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Post by stringrae »

couldnt resist looking up qpr1's profile - i see you are a "vetinary surgeon" - I think you will find its spelt VETINERARY !!!
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Post by stringrae »

nope its veterinary :-))
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Post by arborlad »

stringrae wrote:nope its veterinary :-))
That'll lern ya'

I always thought it was vit'n'ry, or is that just oop north :lol:
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smile...it confuses people
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Post by qpr1 »

Stringrae, that'll teach you to try and be clever. 'Cos your not.
Stingrae - is that cos you cant spell stingray, and you have the personality of a fish?
Even better, what about Stinkrae?
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