So about how far had she traveled from where she had originally fallen?
It's good to know that theres people out there who will take the time to help an animal in need.
Should I ever find myself in your neck of the woods, I'll hold you to that! :grin:Def
I'm only half Scot... does that mean I'll only get a quarter of a pint? :grin:Def
Quote from: Defender on September 10, 2007, 02:39:18 PMI'm only half Scot... does that mean I'll only get a quarter of a pint? :grin:DefNo it just mean's the half pint will last you all night while you sit moaning in the corner ;D
Under the circumstances I would have saved up to purchase one full pint of ale for the man.As for moaning all night it's just cause when we're down there in Englandshire we have to drink your weak girly beer ;D
OH GOD thats even worse than I thought it was 1992 the last time I was south of the border if you can suuply your address I will arrange for emergancy supplies of proper beer A.S.A.P.Have you ever tried barley wine it is a personal favourite when mixed in with ale of some description.Guarantee three pints and you are sitting in the corner slobbering like a poachers dog
Mate I don't drink that often anymore either it's not the years it's just the mileage catching up
What? Premature aging? Excessive mileage? Why do I get the distinct feeling that you guys are talking about me? :grin:I just had a very nice surprise and I wanted to update this thread. The family that owns the dog that we helped out just showed up on our doorstep, with a cake that says "Thanks for letting me drop in- Maggie" on the top. In case I forgot to mention it, the dog's name is Maggie. They also brought her to say Hi, which my wife and I were very grateful for. Of course we are grateful for the cake too. Apparently there are the odd few deeds that go unpunished! I'll try to get a picture of the cake and post it shortly.Def
As for the premature aging part, surely that's part of the multitool.org entry requirement