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Former landlord of mine had two dogs.

The little one was an overweight Doberman.

The big one was a young mastiff. At around 15 stone, he was still growing. And he was terrified of everyone: take the two of them to a pub, and the Doberman would wander around begging for crisps, while the mastiff would hide his head ostrich-fashion under his master's chair.

He would leave his front door open all day. The idea of Winston and a burglar, each terrified of the other like Papageno and Monostatos, was an amusing image.

Another great image from that time was the Doberman rubbing noses (literally) with the cat, who was sat on a step. The mastiff would've been too frightened to do something like that!

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Urghh, bet it makes the house stink, and slavers over everything. Need to take a bin bag and shovel to clear up the poop in the park! :blink:

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Former landlord of mine had two dogs.

The little one was an overweight Doberman.

The big one was a young mastiff. At around 15 stone, he was still growing. And he was terrified of everyone: take the two of them to a pub, and the Doberman would wander around begging for crisps, while the mastiff would hide his head ostrich-fashion under his master's chair.

He would leave his front door open all day. The idea of Winston and a burglar, each terrified of the other like Papageno and Monostatos, was an amusing image.

Another great image from that time was the Doberman rubbing noses (literally) with the cat, who was sat on a step. The mastiff would've been too frightened to do something like that!

:lol:

BTW, did the overweight Doberman get any crisps then? :unsure:

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


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