How does one puppy do that?  

kitchenfun1234 45M
2103 posts
9/1/2006 4:47 pm

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9/2/2006 10:09 pm

How does one puppy do that?


I've just managed to sit down for my supper after a long day.

Tomorrow my part of Wolverhampton gets a visit from the council refuse collection team. Usually they just collect the domestic waste, cans & paper and the green bins for our garden waste, (Trees and grass cuttings). Tomorrow they are coming for the larger items.

I decided it was time to clear all the old broken electrical items out of my neighbour's back garden. The rotting gas cooker, the burnt-out microwave, the television and various other items that dribbled stinking stagnant water all over me when I picked them up.
Everything has to go on the front of the property before 8am tomorrow so I've been out with a torch shuffling crap.
As I was moving the cooker I noticed that the new puppy that lives next door, (Poor thing), has produced the biggest pile of turd I've ever seen from a small dog.
One main pile as a dinner plate and several inches tall. It was placed where everyone could tread in it on the pavement, (Sidewalk for you Americans), and the stench was noticable several metres away.
One of the kids had obviously trodden in it already and mucky footprints were all the way down our shared path and into her house.

40 minutes washing it away and scrubbing the steps with a broom.

Don't ever give up searching for the fun in life.


justslim58 59M
15 posts
9/2/2006 3:32 pm

Yuck noying smells worst then dog mess tracked though the house. But the worst part is the stains,you can play bloody hell trying to get it out of light colcred carpets, it just spreads out.


kitchenfun1234 replies on 9/2/2006 5:34 pm:
Yes, that's why it's best to make sure house rule of "Shoes off at the door!", is obeyed by everyone.

cuteNEway 42F

9/2/2006 4:57 pm

It's amazing what you so honey!


kitchenfun1234 replies on 9/2/2006 5:47 pm:
Best of all, when I woke this morning and looked out the window, all I saw was an empty front garden.
The clean-up team had taken all the rubbish.....and the massive pile of sawn-up conifer. I hadn't expected that.
I was expecting to have to take the tree down to the recycling depot bit-by-bit in the back of my little car.

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