Guess what, I want to know something

Discussion in 'UK Motorcycles' started by DangerScouse, Sep 25, 2003.

  1. DangerScouse

    DangerScouse Guest

    This question will be completely free from any abuse or whatever for
    anything that someone suggests [1]

    I've got a free period (calm down, not one of those!) in October, let's
    just say I fancied heading out towards Dublin or summat, does anyone know
    of anywhere that will accept dogs? [3]

    [1] Unless it is less than decent. [2]

    [2] You're definition of different might differ to mine, so be careful or
    I might get mightily pippy on you.

    [3] Of the canine variety, before you fuckers start. [4]

    [4] Should I have had a smiley before that or something? In order to
    appease the sensitive? [5]

    [5] No abuse will appear from this post, due to me not having a fucking
    clue about where I might be going. Let the fuckwittery begin.

    --
    Lesley
    ZXR400SP
    "Not bad for a Scouser"
    SBS#11[with oak-leaf cluster]
    BOTAFOT#101A UKRMHRC#12
    BONY#54P BOB#18

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    DangerScouse, Sep 25, 2003
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  3. DangerScouse

    Hog Guest

    WTF do you want to take the dog? or is Mum going too.

    Any hotel that lets residents keep dogs is probably best avoided, but check
    out the truck stops...
     
    Hog, Sep 25, 2003
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  4. DangerScouse

    christofire Guest

    Dog kennels. They're like little doggy hotels where they can meet up
    and have a good bitch about their owners.
     
    christofire, Sep 25, 2003
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    Tosspot Guest

    I tried to book in to a Dog Hotel once. It was long day, I was tired,
    almost out of fuel and it was dark. Oh, it was in Andora as well.
     
    Tosspot, Sep 25, 2003
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    Steve Guest


    A Korean pie factory?
     
    Steve, Sep 25, 2003
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  7. DangerScouse

    DangerScouse Guest

    http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&q=dublin+hotel+pets

    reveals several that look nice enough. depends on budget really.
    [/QUOTE]
    Ooh ta. :eek:)

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    Lesley
    ZXR400SP
    "Not bad for a Scouser"
    SBS#11[with oak-leaf cluster]
    BOTAFOT#101A UKRMHRC#12
    BONY#54P BOB#18

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    DangerScouse, Sep 25, 2003
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  8. DangerScouse

    DangerScouse Guest

    WTF do you want to take the dog? or is Mum going too.
    [/QUOTE]
    Yeah, she's been a bit down for the past week or so, so I thought I'd
    treat her. This means taking the dogs too..

    I get the better deal though, she's treating me to a trip to Spain. :eek:)
    Hmm, hunky truckers..

    --
    Lesley
    ZXR400SP
    "Not bad for a Scouser"
    SBS#11[with oak-leaf cluster]
    BOTAFOT#101A UKRMHRC#12
    BONY#54P BOB#18

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    DangerScouse, Sep 25, 2003
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  9. DangerScouse

    DangerScouse Guest

    Nah, tried that once. Not a good experience by a long way.

    --
    Lesley
    ZXR400SP
    "Not bad for a Scouser"
    SBS#11[with oak-leaf cluster]
    BOTAFOT#101A UKRMHRC#12
    BONY#54P BOB#18

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    DangerScouse, Sep 25, 2003
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  10. DangerScouse said:
    No, you put the dog in the kennels and go away somewhere else on
    holiday.
     
    Simon Atkinson, Sep 25, 2003
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  11. You're not that bad looking. Most Dublin hotels and pubs will let you
    in, I'm sure.

    --

    Dave

    GS 850 x2 / SE 6a
    SbS#6? DIAABTCOD#16 APOSTLE#16? FUB#3
    FUB KotL OSOS#12? UKRMMA#19
     
    Grimly Curmudgeon, Sep 25, 2003
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  12. DangerScouse

    tobysdad Guest

    Hello

    So you've noticed something unusual in this group? It seems to me
    as though all the members had disappeared suddenly all together.
    I am afraid they must have had serious problems with their PCs.
    And I have a reason for making such a guess.

    I have been receiving huge amount of spam for a couple of days.
    And I'm sure they are coming from a dog-eating country (Korea or
    China). A few days back, when I was searching for something
    on the web, I happened to see a discussion about eating dog meat.
    Their debating manners looked to me terribly disgusting. They were
    just showing their hatred of each other with their nationalistic
    emotions. (People in the dog-eating countries tend to hate the
    Japanese.) No opinions for the happiness of dogs. So, I could not
    resist sending my comments without remembering what I was
    searching for. Soon got opponents' replies. Answered them as
    calmly as I could. All of a sudden they stopped sending their
    comments. Soon after that, I received the spam. That's how I
    accidentally made my debut for the groups I had never dreamt of,
    such as soc.culture.korean, soc.culture.usa, alt.politics.
    white-power(!!!), etc.

    This issue has always been one of my top concerns, but whenever
    I came across a report about it, it was my usual attitude to just
    swear with all of my anger and then keep a stiff upper lip.
    I didn't mean to join those discussions at first, but I did join,
    as I said. I thought I might be able to use this occasion for the
    prevention of cruelty to dogs.

    Well, until I came to suspect something wrong had happend to
    this group, I thought the debate was not too bad. I seemed to have
    forgotten the fact that this world is not full of nice people. But I
    couldn't imagine the spammer was so shameless as to attack
    the members of this group. I didn't mention this group in the
    discussion. It is always easy for anyone to find this group as my
    fave one by googling.

    So I feel very sorry now. I must apologise, though meanwhile, I only
    have to wait. I will copy the links of the discussions below.

    Shinya (tobysdad_jp)

    ** Hell on earth for dogs in Korea:
    http://groups.google.com/groups?dq=...s?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&group=soc.culture.korean

    ** Spam from the dog-eating country:
    http://groups.google.com/groups?dq=...ps?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&group=soc.culture.japan


     
    tobysdad, Sep 25, 2003
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  14. DangerScouse

    Pat Guest

    Hi Shinya,
    No I am still here.
    Pat.


     
    Pat, Sep 26, 2003
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  15. DangerScouse

    Richard Wood Guest

    <snip>

    Its Whacko Jacko! Hey Jacko, sing Thriller for us! Pweeeeeze?!?!



    frag
     
    Richard Wood, Sep 26, 2003
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  16. DangerScouse

    tobysdad Guest

    Hi Pat

    Glad to hear that.
    Have you received the spam?

    Cheers,

    Shinya
     
    tobysdad, Sep 26, 2003
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  17. DangerScouse

    Pat Guest

    Hi Shinya,


    Which spam I get loads.
    Why do you want some.:))
    No joking apart....saw you liked motor bikes.
    There is a classic BSA in the garage it is 1938.
    Now that is old.
    Even has the gear change on the petrol tank.
    Pat.
     
    Pat, Sep 26, 2003
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  18. DangerScouse

    tobysdad Guest

    Sorry? What do you mean by "Thriller"? I am not very good
    at English indeed - especially American English.

    tobysdad_jp
     
    tobysdad, Sep 27, 2003
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  19. DangerScouse

    Pat Guest

    Hi Shinya,

    Michael Jackson is Jacko.
    He sings.
    Thriller happens to be a Video/songs etc.
    Does that help.
    Pat.
     
    Pat, Sep 29, 2003
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  20. DangerScouse

    tobysdad Guest

    Hi Pat

    Thank you for the Jacko comment. I wonder why he mistook me for
    Michael Jackson. I look more like Mr Bean, though I occasionally speak
    a bit of English with the Hugh Grant type accent, as you know :)

    So, do you ride the classic BSA? The 1930s are my favourite time. Of
    course, the 1930s except for the war.

    Shinya
     
    tobysdad, Oct 4, 2003
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