Mystery faeces

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Re: Mystery faeces

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Mangetout wrote:
Wed Feb 05, 2020 6:53 pm
Why take the piss when it's obvious what I'm talking about.
I find the two often arrive in tandem.

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Every morning. 7.45 exactly. Awkward. I sleep until 8.30.

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I still don't understand. I ask a serious question and you take the piss. Why?

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Mangetout wrote:
Wed Feb 05, 2020 4:07 pm
Our garden is fenced, so only animals able to wriggle under or jump over get in. In the last week something has dug holes about 6 inches deep and round, and pooped. Both times two holes in close proximity were dug but only one used. The stools are sausage shape and size. Any ideas? It's not a cat or dog.
Come on. You must see humour in that and your hardly conducting serious scientific research. Nothing that's said or written on the forum is going to change what happened and the lack of a photo means you've no chance of a positive identification. Unless...we all submit photos of shit until you see one you recognise.
As an aside I've been known to drop a couple of sausages shaped and sized specimens on several occasions but I've never been in your garden.

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I still don't understand why my genuine enquiry should be belittled, other than it makes you feel clever. Sad.

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Hang on. You want people to identify poo without any photos and only a vague description? And we are taking the piss?

A man walked down our road today. He wore a green coat. Who could he have been.

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It's fairly knocked the weak pound and coronavirus doon my list of things to worry about.

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Ally wrote:
Wed Feb 05, 2020 8:54 pm
It's fairly knocked the weak pound and coronavirus doon my list of things to worry about.
I thought it was the poond north of the border?

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jsks wrote:
Wed Feb 05, 2020 8:42 pm
Hang on. You want people to identify poo without any photos and only a vague description? And we are taking the piss?

A man walked down our road today. He wore a green coat. Who could he have been.
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niemeyjt wrote:
Wed Feb 05, 2020 8:56 pm
Ally wrote:
Wed Feb 05, 2020 8:54 pm
It's fairly knocked the weak pound and coronavirus doon my list of things to worry about.
I thought it was the poond north of the border?
It's not a poond, it's a loch, ye daft sasunnach.
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