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Shouldn’t really post a pic of a dying person but when the creep Haggis implies I sit around doing fuck all all day maybe drastic measures are required
 
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:lol: I assume she's picked her pup out of the litter? Surely no kid on earth walks away from there saying, "Nah, s'alright, I don't want a puppy."

Long story mate.My pal let her name one but I knew the one she picked was struggling and it died the next day.
There’s only three left and my ex seems to want to get her one,but as usual,my grown up boy did an impulsive and selfish thing a few years back and turned up with this cute little staffie pup when the daft cunt has to work full time and is on no position to take a pup on.
Of course Mummy is now in love with the pup after a week and tells him (as usual) not to worry and she’ll take dog during day,but my daughter had wanted a pup of her own before that.
Now I can’t devote time to a pup with my current situation plus my flats don’t allow dogs,yet her mum seems to think she can maybe get my daughter a pup even though the staffie still acts and gets treated like w baby,and when my boy comes to get her he has to drag the poor thing out the door because she doesn’t want to leave.
But my daughter wants her own pup and her mum didn’t say no (haven’t told daughter her mum is thinking about one of these) but I don’t know how the fuck she’ll pull it off because the staffie won’t take kindly to not being the baby,but my boy knows he can take the piss and I always get the “you were away for years blah blah” when I try to add some common sense into the conversation and I don’t want my princess getting her heart broke so who knows.
Sorry for long post,but had to explain.
 

Ronsonfly

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Long story mate.My pal let her name one but I knew the one she picked was struggling and it died the next day.
There’s only three left and my ex seems to want to get her one,but as usual,my grown up boy did an impulsive and selfish thing a few years back and turned up with this cute little staffie pup when the daft cunt has to work full time and is on no position to take a pup on.
Of course Mummy is now in love with the pup after a week and tells him (as usual) not to worry and she’ll take dog during day,but my daughter had wanted a pup of her own before that.
Now I can’t devote time to a pup with my current situation plus my flats don’t allow dogs,yet her mum seems to think she can maybe get my daughter a pup even though the staffie still acts and gets treated like w baby,and when my boy comes to get her he has to drag the poor thing out the door because she doesn’t want to leave.
But my daughter wants her own pup and her mum didn’t say no (haven’t told daughter her mum is thinking about one of these) but I don’t know how the fuck she’ll pull it off because the staffie won’t take kindly to not being the baby,but my boy knows he can take the piss and I always get the “you were away for years blah blah” when I try to add some common sense into the conversation and I don’t want my princess getting her heart broke so who knows.
Sorry for long post,but had to explain.
:lol: Oh, shit! Fucking good luck unpicking that lot and keeping everyone happy. My parents took the easy route when me and my siblings were growing up.
"Can we have a puppy? Can we? Please, please?"
"Nope"
"What about a kitten?"
"You can have a goldfish."