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#137738 - 04/14/05 12:44 PM Re:Pomerania  
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So does that mean that Corgis are really Pomeranians?


#137739 - 04/14/05 04:01 PM Re:Pomerania  
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Nah. Corgis are gas fitters.


#137740 - 04/14/05 09:32 PM Re:Pomerania  
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That's gonna stump anyone outwith these septic isles, dixbie :)


#137741 - 04/14/05 10:58 PM Re:Pomerania  
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Unless you have the redoubtable Dr. Bill to explain stuff to you!


#137742 - 04/15/05 12:56 AM Re:Pomerania  
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the redoubtable Dr. Bill

Redoubtable? I don't see how you could doubt him even once, much less stage a repeat performance!


#137743 - 04/17/05 05:25 PM Re:Pomerania  
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I've never been able to work out why only Corgis are allowed to be gas fitters. Our Keeshond can out-flatulate any Corgi ever born, and she's not allowed to touch the pipes! Wouldn't let her near the central heating, but.


#137744 - 04/17/05 08:25 PM Re:Pomerania  
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"Cogis could be gas fitters"

Can someone tell me what on Earth you're talking about?


#137745 - 04/17/05 08:47 PM Re:Pomerania  
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why only Corgis are allowed to be gas fitters

Wull. Corgis are little squat thangs, only about half as high as keeshonds, mehbe two-thirds at most. Ya gots be little like that if you're gonna go crawling around under the house where all them gas pipes are. Besides, the cleanup on the keeshond after all that crawling around in the dirt would be a real nightmare. The corgi's got mostly relatively short hair. Ya gots ta look at the big picture, Pfranz. Jeesh!


#137746 - 04/17/05 11:36 PM gas fittin' dogs  
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Wouldn't this be an appropriate moment to note that a couple of weeks ago we were in on "flatulopetic"? So I guess that would describe them Corgis (or Keeshonds).


#137747 - 04/18/05 09:27 PM Re:Pomerania  
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Yeah, Faldo, but if you use a Kees, you get clean pipes. A dirty dog, but clean pipes. I am looking at the big picture!


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