...hopefully on T&Cs lawn.WILL*REMAIN*STRONG wrote:T&C you have such a way with words, I look forward to your posts, don't ever stop!
Meow..off to poop on a lawn now.
And for your info Thin & Crispy is probably one of the most popular and well read poster on this forum with a wicked sense of humour - if you bothered to read any of the other threads - maybe you should try and divert your attention away from cat sh1t and go read some of the more interesting threads - thats if you can drag yourself away.
As always T&C your posts are magic - keep them coming
Cat-sh!t, dog-sh!t, fox-sh!t, horse-sh!t... Don't forget the bull-sh!t, smileymiles. Oh sorry, you didn't did you.smileymiles wrote:Yeh, lots of it. Go for Cats, Dogs, Foxes, Horses if you can get in there!
Do you mean you've found out how to turn off your ISP's parental filter?smileymiles wrote:...I am entitled to look at whatever I choose...
A good way to avoid sarcasm is to think before you post.smileymiles wrote:... and I can do without the sarcasm from you!!
Who's for a quick romp on the lawn then?WILL*REMAIN*STRONG wrote:Make love not war man!
Stingrae - thanks for the compliment.
T & C you need to find an English Language site, with people who are interested in having their questions and answers marked, you will get much more satisfaction from helping others.
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I'm glad you received some helpful advice, smileymiles. I'm pretty sure that if you were posting with a sensible query about a real problem, you would receive helpful advice in this instance as well. (Who knows: you might even receive helpful advice from me.) As it is, your posts are little more than a long-winded whinge about something quite inconsequential. Indeed they are about something that many people experience without batting an eyelid.smileymiles wrote:I came on this site last year, to get help with some problems. I received help from some very nice friendly people, who had similar problems and could give good advice.
Despite this, I have offered you some helpful advice. You just chose to ignore it and descend into an abusive tantrum because my advice wasn't what you wanted to hear. I suggested that you should forget cat sh!t, take a wider view, and concentrate on things that are more important in life. You do have more important things in your life, don't you?
I'll take comfort in the fact that I can, at least, punctuate a sentence correctly.smileymiles wrote:I find now that some word buff, who cant even spell!! tries to...
Your preoccupation with my use of English says much more about you than it does about me, smileymiles.smileymiles wrote:...give out English lessons on a Garden Law site. T & C you need to find an English Language site...
I note that you still haven't put forward a sensible reason why you find cat sh!t so distressing. Do you have anything rational to say on your chosen subject - or has my use of English successfully diverted you from one obsession to another?
I think most things have been said. But when a toddler comes inside, from the garden, with a lump of dooo in her hand and her mouth, its not nice.thin and crispy wrote:thin and crispy wrote:Do you have anything rational to say on your chosen subject...
This is not my chosen subject as you so put it! my answers to points made, were merely kind gestures or conversation. I would much rather talk about other things.
Tee hee I would have a romp with your ginger man WillWILL*REMAIN*STRONG wrote:You are as blue as apples and stringrae! I fear I am being led astray.thin and crispy wrote:Who's for a quick romp on the lawn then?WILL*REMAIN*STRONG wrote:Make love not war man!
I will not poop on your lawn or romp. I might have a wee on a conifer if you have one.