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fartcatcher

You ain't nuthin' but a

Spot the celebrity dog

1.


2.


3.


4.


5.


6. the one on the right



7.


8.
grunt

1 is Ed off of Frasier

3 is Ren or Stimpy

5 is Shep
fartcatcher

grunt wrote:
1 is Ed off of Frasier

3 is Ren or Stimpy

5 is Shep


3 is Ren - Stimpy was the cat. 2.5 scored.
Forest

1 Eddie from Frasier
2 Beethoven
3 Ren
4 Wellard (maybe)
5 Shep
6 Hooch
7 Benji
8 Goldie from Blue Peter
fartcatcher

Forest wrote:
1 Eddie from Frasier
2 Beethoven
3 Ren
4 Wellard (maybe)
5 Shep
6 Hooch
7 Benji
8 Goldie from Blue Peter


4,5,6, correct!

2 was an altogether nastier piece of work than Beethoven

8 look more closely at the owner. also a nasty piece of work

7.
another pic

lebowski

is 2 cujo ?
Forest

fartcatcher wrote:
Forest wrote:
1 Eddie from Frasier
2 Beethoven
3 Ren
4 Wellard (maybe)
5 Shep
6 Hooch
7 Benji
8 Goldie from Blue Peter


4,5,6, correct!

2 was an altogether nastier piece of work than Beethoven  Cujo

8 look more closely at the owner. also a nasty piece of work   ?
7.
another pic   Freeway
Forest

8 Its Roy Keane on one his between jobs dogwalks.  

Dont know its name though
bearing

1. Ed from Frazier
2. Cujo form the Steven King Horror
3. Ren off of Ren and Stimpy
4. Well Ard from Eastenders
5. Shep of Go with Noakes fame
6. Hooch the Bordeaux Dog from Turner and Hooch
7. Freeway from Hart to Hart
8. Triggs who is Roy Keanes Dog.  (cheated with google to find out his name)
Grind

I found out fairly recently that John Noakes wasn't the owner of Shep and the dog was basically a bit of a stage prop on loan.

Right disappointing.  

* Down Grind *
bearing

Grind wrote:
I found out fairly recently that John Noakes wasn't the owner of Shep and the dog was basically a bit of a stage prop on loan.

Right disappointing.  

* Down Grind *


Not quite right, he was owned by the BBC but after Noakes left he was allowed to keep him although he no longer received a wedge for his upkeep.

*Get off my leg Grind*
Grind

bearing wrote:
Grind wrote:
I found out fairly recently that John Noakes wasn't the owner of Shep and the dog was basically a bit of a stage prop on loan.

Right disappointing.  

* Down Grind *


Not quite right, he was owned by the BBC but after Noakes left he was allowed to keep him although he no longer received a wedge for his upkeep.

*Get off my leg Grind*


Oh, that's cheered me up a bit - I thought someone else looked after him.

* I'll get off if you give me a rawhide slathered in peanut butter *
bearing

Grind wrote:
bearing wrote:
Grind wrote:
I found out fairly recently that John Noakes wasn't the owner of Shep and the dog was basically a bit of a stage prop on loan.

Right disappointing.  

* Down Grind *


Not quite right, he was owned by the BBC but after Noakes left he was allowed to keep him although he no longer received a wedge for his upkeep.

*Get off my leg Grind*


Oh, that's cheered me up a bit - I thought someone else looked after him.

* I'll get off if you give me a rawhide slathered in peanut butter *


*throws aforementioned treat*
Grind

bearing wrote:
Grind wrote:
bearing wrote:
Grind wrote:
I found out fairly recently that John Noakes wasn't the owner of Shep and the dog was basically a bit of a stage prop on loan.

Right disappointing.  

* Down Grind *


Not quite right, he was owned by the BBC but after Noakes left he was allowed to keep him although he no longer received a wedge for his upkeep.

*Get off my leg Grind*


Oh, that's cheered me up a bit - I thought someone else looked after him.

* I'll get off if you give me a rawhide slathered in peanut butter *


*throws aforementioned treat*


Nom, nom, nom.

* plans on following Bearing home *
bearing

*ties bacon rasher to PL's coat*
Grind

bearing wrote:
*ties bacon rasher to PL's coat*


* Follows PL home eyeing legs provocatively. *
Plastic Man

Grind wrote:
bearing wrote:
*ties bacon rasher to PL's coat*


* Follows PL home eyeing legs provocatively. *



Mr Grind - regarding your new avatar (above) - is it by chance a picture of you, or perhaps your bitch?
Grind

Plastic Man wrote:
Grind wrote:
bearing wrote:
*ties bacon rasher to PL's coat*


* Follows PL home eyeing legs provocatively. *



Mr Grind - regarding your new avatar (above) - is it by chance a picture of you, or perhaps your bitch?


That's maaa beaaatch.  

She's a smart dog, but in Border Collie terms she's at least one sheep short of a flock.

Her much brighter, but dumpier and more homely, sister kicks the holy crap out of her on a regular basis just for being the "looker" of the two.

Bitch karma.  
Plastic Man

My first dog was a Border Collie/ King Charles Spaniel cross.

Totally untrainable.

Utterly disobedient.

Complete mentalist.

A great dog and lots of fun.

(He had a penchant for eating handkerchiefs, socks etc. Generally the first time you discovered they had gone missing was when they turned up in a 12 inch turd...)
Grind

Plastic Man wrote:
My first dog was a Border Collie/ King Charles Spaniel cross.

Totally untrainable.

Utterly disobedient.

Complete mentalist.

A great dog and lots of fun.

(He had a penchant for eating handkerchiefs, socks etc. Generally the first time you discovered they had gone missing was when they turned up in a 12 inch turd...)


Smarter than you think then - a self-wiper.  

Dogs are flippin' great.  
Plastic Man

Grind wrote:
Plastic Man wrote:
My first dog was a Border Collie/ King Charles Spaniel cross.

Totally untrainable.

Utterly disobedient.

Complete mentalist.

A great dog and lots of fun.

(He had a penchant for eating handkerchiefs, socks etc. Generally the first time you discovered they had gone missing was when they turned up in a 12 inch turd...)


Smarter than you think then - a self-wiper.  

Dogs are flippin' great.  


You, of course, are quite right. I should have added that he was very intelligent, but definitely an independently minded hound.

If he had been a human, he'd probably have been branded as suffering from ADHD and we would have been expected to have been shovelling Ritalin down his neck.
Grind

Plastic Man wrote:
Grind wrote:
Plastic Man wrote:
My first dog was a Border Collie/ King Charles Spaniel cross.

Totally untrainable.

Utterly disobedient.

Complete mentalist.

A great dog and lots of fun.

(He had a penchant for eating handkerchiefs, socks etc. Generally the first time you discovered they had gone missing was when they turned up in a 12 inch turd...)


Smarter than you think then - a self-wiper.  

Dogs are flippin' great.  


You, of course, are quite right. I should have added that he was very intelligent, but definitely an independently minded hound.

If he had been a human, he'd probably have been branded as suffering from ADHD and we would have been expected to have been shovelling Ritalin down his neck.


I have this sneaking suspicion that, were I a dog, I'd be excatly like that too.  

Just proved my earlier point in the garden throwing frisbees. Cute dog sprints after them and catches them gently in her mouth in midair only to be immediately knocked over by a black and white barrel snickering like Muttley.

Ace.  
Grind

Can we go walk? Can we? Can we?

Grind

Yin and Yang.

bearing

They're gorgeous Grind, love Border Collies me.

One of my mates has had one since a pup, I've known him since he was a pup, he's 15 now and going grey around the gills.

Still bouncy though.
Plastic Man

bearing wrote:
They're gorgeous Grind, love Border Collies me.

One of my mates has had one since a pup, I've known him since he was a pup, he's 15 now and going grey around the gills.

Still bouncy though.


Mr Bearing - regarding this "friend" you have known since he was a "pup"... has anyone ever mentioned that it is generally considered rather, errr, unorthodox for a grown man to have a "friend" who is only 15 years old.

*phones the child protection agency*
Pond Life

Plastic Man wrote:
bearing wrote:
They're gorgeous Grind, love Border Collies me.

One of my mates has had one since a pup, I've known him since he was a pup, he's 15 now and going grey around the gills.

Still bouncy though.


Mr Bearing - regarding this "friend" you have known since he was a "pup"... has anyone ever mentioned that it is generally considered rather, errr, unorthodox for a grown man to have a "friend" who is only 15 years old.

*phones the child protection agency*


Rumbled.  
bearing

That's in doggy years of course.
Plastic Man

bearing wrote:
That's in doggy years of course.


So that would make your "friend" about 2 in human years?

*recognises need for specialist support - phones Esther Rantzen*
bearing

Plastic Man wrote:
bearing wrote:
That's in doggy years of course.


So that would make your "friend" about 2 in human years?

*recognises need for specialist support - phones Esther Rantzen*


Mr. Plastic man, I know that Birmingham isn't the brightest spot on Earth but surely a Birmingham under graduate should realise that 15 in Doggy years is actually around 70 in human years.
Plastic Man

bearing wrote:
Plastic Man wrote:
bearing wrote:
That's in doggy years of course.


So that would make your "friend" about 2 in human years?

*recognises need for specialist support - phones Esther Rantzen*


Mr. Plastic man, I know that Birmingham isn't the brightest spot on Earth but surely a Birmingham under graduate should realise that 15 in Doggy years is actually around 70 in human years.


I would strongly suggest you stop digging. Let us consider your response in light of your original statement, "That's in doggy years of course".

If, for the sake of argument, a dog physiologically ages six times faster than a human, then one "human" year is equivalent to six "doggy" years. Ergo, 15 "doggy" years is equivalent to two and a half "human" years.
bearing

Plastic Man wrote:
bearing wrote:
Plastic Man wrote:
bearing wrote:
That's in doggy years of course.


So that would make your "friend" about 2 in human years?

*recognises need for specialist support - phones Esther Rantzen*


Mr. Plastic man, I know that Birmingham isn't the brightest spot on Earth but surely a Birmingham under graduate should realise that 15 in Doggy years is actually around 70 in human years.


I would strongly suggest you stop digging. Let us consider your response in light of your original statement, "That's in doggy years of course".

If, for the sake of argument, a dog physiologically ages six times faster than a human, then one "human" year is equivalent to six "doggy" years. Ergo, 15 "doggy" years is equivalent to two and a half "human" years.


But he's a dog not a human.
Plastic Man

bearing wrote:
But he's a dog not a human.


Re-read your very first comment, "One of my mates has had one since a pup, I've known him since he was a pup, he's 15 now...".

An alternative interpretation could be that not only has your friend owned a dog since the dog was a puppy, but that you've also known your friend since he was a pup (an affectionate term for a small child, perhaps; if you were to say you'd known someone since you were kids, I wouldn't automatically assume that you were goats) and that your friend is now 15.

Any more arguing and we'll know you're guilty!

*some people spend an inordinate amount of time on this board arguing about sport and politics - I spend mine explaining rubbish jokes*
sheeps

Good work Plastic.
Grind

Has Esther Rantzen sent you a comedically shaped root vegetable with an odd ode about the perils of militant veganism?

And, if so, how old is it in parsnip years?
bearing

*runs out of answers*
Grind

Here are some new questions then..........

Plastic Man

Grind wrote:
Here are some new questions then..........



Now that's something I didn't expect to see in the public domain for free - Ruby Wax and Esther Rantzen proudly displaying their pussies.
Grind

Plastic Man wrote:
Grind wrote:
Here are some new questions then..........



Now that's something I didn't expect to see in the public domain for free - Ruby Wax and Esther Rantzen proudly displaying their pussies.


And at least one of them was clearly stuffed.

* but not very well *

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