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PostPosted: Wed Mar 19, 2008 5:13 pm 
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In answer to your first question - yes probably! :*:

Maybe that's why my cat goes out of the front door then straight in through the catflap in the window - about three feet to the right of the door......... :roll:

I'll have to lay a trail of biscuits outside so I get a bit of peace for a few minutes.......... :*:


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then you follow them....and come back in through the cat flap?

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Get a dog. They just sit on the settee next to you, nuzzling in and sleeping. Occasionally when you eat a biscuit they sit at your feet drooling at your knee, then you fill their food bowl and within seconds it is empty, mention walkies and they rush to the door.

Throw the odd stick for them to fetch, if the dog is my sisters gorgeous retriever George, you need to take them near water so they can jump in and get wet and smelly.


Then home again, up on the settee and snooze.

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Richard Hawley wrote:
then you follow them....and come back in through the cat flap?


Sadly I don't fit................. I have to come back in the door......... :*:


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that sounds like me...you sure its a dog you've got? :albino:

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For those that have just joined - RH is referring to Denise's post........ :*:


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is that the post the dog pisses up?


sorry i'm getting confused ...might be time for walkies


to the pub

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Richard Hawley wrote:
that sounds like me...you sure its a dog you've got? :albino:


So... if we bring a lead to the next gig........... can we take you for a pint? :*:


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you won't need a lead to get me into a pub............but the minute you two start scratching or licking your privates.................i'm off

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Richard Hawley wrote:
you won't need a lead to get me into a pub............but the minute you two start scratching or licking your privates.................i'm off


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no disrespect but there are better places to play in Cornwall than the Eden Project. Leave that to Verve and Katy Tunstall this year although a double headrer with either would be worth going for !
The original idea of the Minack is a cracker (presumably where the vid shoot was?) but theres Falmouth Pavilion and Hall for Cornwall in Truro that are both beltin and could have a mixture of seating and standing.
I just bought a small gaff in Wheal Rose which is between Truro and Redruth on the way out to Porthtowan and gettin a lot of time in down there at the mo.
The beer is bloody superb and the people talk to you. Blimey thats a first !


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I just had to join to say Minack or Falmouth or anywhere south of Somerset PLEASE ..... we are friendly in Devon toooooo oooohhh arh

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Yeah The Minack is the most brilliant place ever ...............I have no idea why it is not used for music concerts,I mean how many times does one have to endure the "Merry Wives of Windsor"..............................


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i tried but its booked years in advance

cornwall ale is ace they do a beer called Tinners which is awesome

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