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Tue 23/12/03 at 22:31
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....i like to go to the 'WWE' bored and laugh at the fact that people actually enjoy watching 2 semi-naked grown men 'grapple' each other then lay on each other.
Wed 24/12/03 at 10:41
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Darwock wrote:
> I once encountered a Russian Dwarf hamster that gave birth. Dozens of
> wee pink blobs... that soon turned into proper hamsters and started
> fighting, and eventually eating each other.


lol. Yep ours did that, it was quite sick really because you'd wake up one morning and you would see a few hamster fur coats spread around the cage
Wed 24/12/03 at 10:35
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"50 BLM,30 SMN,25 RD"
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I once encountered a Russian Dwarf hamster that gave birth. Dozens of wee pink blobs... that soon turned into proper hamsters and started fighting, and eventually eating each other.

My dwarf escaped and fell behind the fridge, where she was slowly pancaked against the wall. Really gross.

Yeah, I saw the guy with the big bite too... I know it was real, but it was so weird that it didn't look it.
Wed 24/12/03 at 10:28
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Darwock wrote:
> It was that woman that got her leg taken off by Jaws on camera that
> freaked me out. The size of that shark!


did you see the footage of that documentary bloke getting his leg chomped into? that was sick, because you saw all his flesh hanging off his calf
Wed 24/12/03 at 10:26
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many years ago we had a load of Russian dwarf hamsters(EVIL THINGS), until that, one of our dogs went into the room where the hamsters were and needless to say there was no poking/stroking going on there, just half chewed and flattened hamsters. It was quite disgusting
Wed 24/12/03 at 10:25
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Everyone knows it's dogs that drool. Cats don't have floppy jowls.
Wed 24/12/03 at 10:25
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It was that woman that got her leg taken off by Jaws on camera that freaked me out. The size of that shark!
Wed 24/12/03 at 10:24
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Don't want to sound picky, but isn't it spelled 'drool'?
Wed 24/12/03 at 10:23
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How loyal can they be when they wreck your stuff.
Wed 24/12/03 at 10:23
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Dadio500 wrote:
> SilŽnÜ ThundÍr ô wrote:
> Not when I have a well trained polar bear, trust me.
>
> i tried this once but it didnt work out, ive got a souvenier though
> -a big space where my left arm should be

lol
Wed 24/12/03 at 10:23
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You like dogs so much you keep them in cages. Cats don't have to be kept in cages. They are smooooooooth.

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