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    Ahahah! I thought you got a random hamster from the vets by mistake!

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    This has gone OT but hey... I imagine @nephilim to have this happening in his house soon....

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    Well the cat and the hamster were both laying on me today, the hamster was laying on my chest, the cat came downstairs and decided to lay on my stomach, they just looked at each other whilst the rugby is on. Hammy eventually made a squeal that let me know he wants to go back in his cage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    A friend of mine took her dog for a walk out. She tied up the dog outside a shop and nipped in for some milk. Forgot about the dog and jumped on a bus. She then saw her own dog tied up outside the shop as the bus drove past.
    We were on holiday when the kids were young and my wife was tired so I took them to one of those very big crazy golf places. When we left I drove out of the huge car park only to be stopped by the guy on the gate "Haven't you forgotten something sir? he asked. I then noticed in the rear view mirror, two little ones running and waving frantically.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawns View Post
    Phoned up the Vet on Wednesday to book Dexter in to have the 'chop'. The receptionist asked me what Dexter was. For some reason, I had a complete mind shut-down and could not think! He's a ragdoll kitten
    he's not, he's a hedghog, isn't he @littleMiss ?

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    I recall well when we had Hex de-noodled...Vet said "He'll be sleepy"...

    Like hell he was. Psycho kitten from hell that didn't stop for 2 hours, then literally fell over and slept for a day. Bless, he was a little SOD as a kitten, now he's the most patient of my 3 cats, continually being dressed up by the daughter...heh. He was nearly named "Mofo" when we got him...

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    Oh man that OP made me crack up! Brilliant stuff guys keep 'em coming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by broc View Post
    Hammy was Mittens present for being a good 'PUSSYCAT'

    The day after our cat was 'done', she went out and caught a pigeon which she managed to drag through the cat-flap into our utility room... it was still alive & not very happy! We found feathers on the floor & a bedraggled pigeon sat on top of the fridge-freezer.
    Showing you she has balls?

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    I'm probably coming at this from the wrong angle, but...are people still using the term "fail"? I thought "fail" had died along with "epic fail" and, indeed, using the word "epic" in any situation other than to describe a very long book or film. Next I'll be hearing people using "rad" and "heavy".

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    clearly you are not frequenting the right (or wrong?) parts of the internet... it's still very much alive. epically so in fact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMB View Post
    I'm probably coming at this from the wrong angle, but...are people still using the term "fail"? I thought "fail" had died along with "epic fail" and, indeed, using the word "epic" in any situation other than to describe a very long book or film. Next I'll be hearing people using "rad" and "heavy".
    Fail. Its commonly used on the interwebs. Along with arrow to the knee jokes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMB View Post
    I'm probably coming at this from the wrong angle, but...are people still using the term "fail"? I thought "fail" had died along with "epic fail" and, indeed, using the word "epic" in any situation other than to describe a very long book or film. Next I'll be hearing people using "rad" and "heavy".
    Epic fail that you failed to know that fail is still epic on the interwebz. As well as epic which is not a fail, but indeed, epic.

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    Fail!!!!! haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMB View Post
    I'm probably coming at this from the wrong angle, but...are people still using the term "fail"? I thought "fail" had died along with "epic fail" and, indeed, using the word "epic" in any situation other than to describe a very long book or film. Next I'll be hearing people using "rad" and "heavy".
    ...or 'Lush'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by westleya View Post
    ...or 'Lush'.
    Try the south west... Lush is used constantly here.

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