Quote:Wee on them!
Quote:Edited that for youAuntie Angel Shark
Make up a solution of water and washing up l1quid and
spray the little 8u99ersmake the little 8u99ers do the washing up
Quote:and futhermore drink from the CUP
Quote:'yatetty yat' ah, the Queens English at it's best.
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Quote:Re: O/T: Help with parsley bugs, please!
Posted by: DaveAitch (IP Logged)
Date: 18 July, 2008 19:55
Too much water. Like whiskey, a cactus should be kept well away from water. The poor thing is probably beyond recovery now.
I have a small and highly aggressive terrier and no problem with cats,
Quote:How is the wife?