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I wish I could say that I made this up.
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Dan in Tx    Posted 10-25-2002 at 18:09:36       [Reply]  [Send Email]


C.J. in SD    Posted 10-25-2002 at 22:30:36       [Reply]  [No Email]
I think I dated him once in my youth. Had a funny smell to him and it wasn't a mask.


EIEIO    Posted 10-25-2002 at 20:51:26       [Reply]  [No Email]
Oh, Oh, now I am worried, my pigs would come up to me and talk and let me pet them and we carried on great conversations. Problem was I didn't need a rubber pig mask. I must really be in trouble!!!!!


Dan in Tx    Posted 10-25-2002 at 18:12:38       [Reply]  [No Email]
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DeadCarp    Posted 10-25-2002 at 18:44:15       [Reply]  [No Email]
I wish you could too Dan! Well heckfire, nobody up here knows you - why not get yourself a rubber mask and stop by our local bank? They're pretty honest in there ..... keep your jacket up over the thing til a teller window gets open tho - just wave a pitchfork & tell them you came for your money, they're kinda hard of hearing - lol

(If you can do it Monday, i'll call the paper:)


Fawteen - Well, I gotta admit    Posted 10-25-2002 at 18:38:41       [Reply]  [No Email]
That might be takin' things a bit far, but...

I go to some lengths to keep my critters calm and happy. I'll walk quite a bit out of my way to avoid spookin' the sheep, or makin' 'em get up if they happen to be lying down. The tame ones get a good scratch behind the ears and a little hand-fed treat most every day.

My meat chickens get a "play yard" to get plenty of fresh air and sunshine, and I try not to spook 'em too bad when I go in the coop to feed them and such, tho that's hard with a critter as stupid as a chicken.

We won't even go into the lluxury my llama llives in. Suffice it to say, he wanders into the mudroom to check on me if he doesn't get his evening treat by 4:30 or so...

I try to stay buddies with them right up to the point where I knock 'em in the head and eat 'em...


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