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I need to borrow a 90 pound creature

to come jump on Bronco and see how he likes it.

Knee him in the head a few times.

Step on his kidneys until he thinks he's going to pee blood.

Any takers? 

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Re: I need to borrow a 90 pound creature

  • How about a 75lb bulldog with an "everything is mine" attitude and the inability to understand how to slow down?
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  • I've got a 90 pound dog, or 50+ pounds of toddler that feel like a 90 lb dog.
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  • I'd take the bulldog but I've already got a Ninja who is very much "everything is mine" and she is quite vicious on that point.

    I'd take the 50+ pound toddlers but I fear they won't be able to inflict as much pain.  We need hardened joints to really drive the point home.

    So I'll take the 90 pound creature.  Please don't let him exercise in any way, shape, or form so he is in desperate need to burn off some energy when he gets here. 

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  • image MandyBrownNoser:

    I'd take the bulldog but I've already got a Ninja who is very much "everything is mine" and she is quite vicious on that point.

    I'd take the 50+ pound toddlers but I fear they won't be able to inflict as much pain.  We need hardened joints to really drive the point home.

    So I'll take the 90 pound creature.  Please don't let him exercise in any way, shape, or form so he is in desperate need to burn off some energy when he gets here. 

    LOL, I think the toddlers inflict more pain than the creature, but I shall box him up and ship him to you anyway. 

  • Riley is 45lbs of elbows, knees and endless activity. 

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    Will that work? 

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  • I've got 80 pounds of neurotic greyhound that you could borrow. Though he only seems to have energy in 1-2 minute bursts. Otherwise he sleeps and farts.
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  • How about a 60 lb BatDog?



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    How about a 60 lb BatDog?

     

    ::Giggles::

    I think that's better than my Spazasaourus! 

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