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    Being a Father...

    I must admit that there are times when I have to look at being a father and be quite happy. It's good to have someone who can protect you and your abode. And it's good to have a good daughter.

    Being a father to Man's Best Friend isn't always easy, but it has its rewards. Things like a face that always seems to be smiling at you. Someone to greet you with much cheer and a wagging tail whenever you come home. Someone who likes to catch the ball when you throw it, and bring it back to you.

    Yes, it's good to be a daddy.
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    You've been shagging dogs?
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    Re: Being a Father...

    Quote Originally Posted by Piece Train
    Things like a face that always seems to be smiling at you. Someone to greet you with much cheer and a wagging tail whenever you come home. Someone who likes to catch the ball when you throw it, and bring it back to you.
    Just like my missus. She's a fine woman!
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    Well didn't you just put the 'Mac' in 'Macdaddy.'

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    got dags and kid, spent the weekend scratching my balls with all 3, must say it was the happiest weekend i can remember
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    Y'all crack me up. Greens for all of the above...and this isn't Lovebucket's karma ho thread.

    Sorry PB...You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to phuketbound again.

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    Re: Being a Father...

    My Thai relatives think that I'm mad when I say that I don't want children, they always ask me who is going to look after me in my old age (not a valid reason to have children at all but I'm not allowed to tell them that) and I say that I love my dogs like children and they keep me company better than The Wife. I'll always want to have dogs, especially when I'm old.
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    Re: Being a Father...

    Dogs are so dependent that it is a serious task and commitment to raise one until the end.

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    Re: Being a Father...

    Quote Originally Posted by High Five
    Dogs are so dependent that it is a serious task and commitment to raise one until the end.
    Good point. I tried to keep a Siberian husky once in my house back home, but only held onto it for about a week or two.

    I've kept this gem for over a year now...going on fifteen months.

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    Re: Being a Father...

    Quote Originally Posted by Piece Train
    I must admit that there are times when I have to look at being a father and be quite happy. It's good to have someone who can protect you and your abode. And it's good to have a good daughter.

    Being a father to Man's Best Friend isn't always easy, but it has its rewards. Things like a face that always seems to be smiling at you. Someone to greet you with much cheer and a wagging tail whenever you come home. Someone who likes to catch the ball when you throw it, and bring it back to you.

    Yes, it's good to be a daddy.
    Who's the mother

    And seriously, who is that picture of, in your avi?
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    Re: Being a Father...

    Quote Originally Posted by LeedsLeedsLeeds
    My Thai relatives think that I'm mad when I say that I don't want children, they always ask me who is going to look after me in my old age (not a valid reason to have children at all but I'm not allowed to tell them that) and I say that I love my dogs like children and they keep me company better than The Wife. I'll always want to have dogs, especially when I'm old.
    You're not mad. I think there are more people who feel like this.

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