Rugby club cleans FOUR KILOS of dog mess from youth pitch

Clean up this mess - the youth team on the pitch

Clean up this mess - the youth team on the pitch

First published in News

COMPLAINTS about the state of a Bournemouth rugby club pitch have led to calls for dog owners to pick up after their pooches.

Youngsters and adult members of East Dorset Rugby Club at Iford are forced to clear the pitch of multiple piles of dog mess before every training session and match they play.

The situation has become so intolerable, the club are asking Bournemouth council for a low level fence to be built around the pitch to alert people not to take dogs on there.

Howard Larkin, acting chairman of the club, said: “The situation is pretty dire at the moment.

“I reckon we picked up about 4kg on Saturday morning. The amount on the pitch is unbelievable.

“It’s really nasty and we’ve noticed it has got especially worse lately since we started doing the youth rugby in the last couple of years.

“The problem is the car park is right by the fields and I think dogs must jump out and go before their owners can catch them.

“Ultimately it’s really irresponsible and for us, a massive inconvenience.

“We have to make sure the whole pitch is clear before we allow anyone to play on their, especially the youngsters. It’s a health hazard.”

Mr Larkin added: “What would be ideal is if we could have a low level fence around the pitch to mark it out for people.

“They might take a bit more notice of it then.”

Michael Rowland, parks development manager, said: “We are aware of issues at Iford Playing Fields and other parks sites, however we do not believe a low-level fence around the pitch is a sustainable solution.

“We will continue to patrol the area and we will clean up the park where we can.

“We strongly urge those few irresponsible dog owners to pick up after their pets and use the bins provided.

“If we do catch individuals we operate a no excuses policy and issue on the spot fines.

“We will stay in touch with the rugby club and ask for support from them alongside responsible park users in catching people who let their dogs foul our parks and open spaces.”

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4:03pm Wed 14 Nov 12

pete woodley says...

Fine them heavily.
Fine them heavily. pete woodley
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4:05pm Wed 14 Nov 12

twynham says...

I think I'll give the ice cream a miss next time I go to East Dorset RC.
I think I'll give the ice cream a miss next time I go to East Dorset RC. twynham
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4:31pm Wed 14 Nov 12

Telscombe Cliffy says...

4 Kilos?, no s**t!
4 Kilos?, no s**t! Telscombe Cliffy
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4:36pm Wed 14 Nov 12

speedy231278 says...

Interesting that references to dig mess have been removed... lol
Interesting that references to dig mess have been removed... lol speedy231278
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4:38pm Wed 14 Nov 12

the parsons nose says...

well done Sam , quick off the mark on that one !!! i am sure the office is in an uproar
Mike Rowland ,a question for you ,how many on the spot fines have you issued at Iford ? would it not be worthwhile posting one of your blokes with a camera at the known trouble spots over a week and get serious about tackling the problem
well done Sam , quick off the mark on that one !!! i am sure the office is in an uproar Mike Rowland ,a question for you ,how many on the spot fines have you issued at Iford ? would it not be worthwhile posting one of your blokes with a camera at the known trouble spots over a week and get serious about tackling the problem the parsons nose
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4:41pm Wed 14 Nov 12

the parsons nose says...

who weighed it ? and who wont be doing any baking this week .?
who weighed it ? and who wont be doing any baking this week .? the parsons nose
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4:51pm Wed 14 Nov 12

bornINpoole69 says...

references to fencing - remember the article last week when a dog ran into a fence on Sandbanks and doggy-mum wanted nearly £4k to mend the dog? Imagine the compensation hungry chavy dog owners queing up to sue when their little loveleys run onto the pitch for their daily shlt.
references to fencing - remember the article last week when a dog ran into a fence on Sandbanks and doggy-mum wanted nearly £4k to mend the dog? Imagine the compensation hungry chavy dog owners queing up to sue when their little loveleys run onto the pitch for their daily shlt. bornINpoole69
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4:56pm Wed 14 Nov 12

speedy231278 says...

I think this story is just crap.
I think this story is just crap. speedy231278
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4:57pm Wed 14 Nov 12

retry69 says...

Not that i dis-believe our local papers reports but how has this issue been allowed to get so bad, even the responsible dog owners should have done something before it escalated to such a problem
Not that i dis-believe our local papers reports but how has this issue been allowed to get so bad, even the responsible dog owners should have done something before it escalated to such a problem retry69
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5:40pm Wed 14 Nov 12

pete woodley says...

I used to play football reguarly on the pitches,up to 20 years ago,and it was bad then.
I used to play football reguarly on the pitches,up to 20 years ago,and it was bad then. pete woodley
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6:22pm Wed 14 Nov 12

boscombewizard says...

Rota. Cameras. Report. Do that for a couple of weeks. Maybe get a 10% cut of all fines paid.
Rota. Cameras. Report. Do that for a couple of weeks. Maybe get a 10% cut of all fines paid. boscombewizard
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6:43pm Wed 14 Nov 12

contric says...

cleaning the mess up seems an ideal job for people doing community service
cleaning the mess up seems an ideal job for people doing community service contric
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7:25pm Wed 14 Nov 12

poolebabe says...

contric wrote:
cleaning the mess up seems an ideal job for people doing community service
A job for the dog owners you mean. It's utterly disgusting of them not to clean up after their pets. There is no excuse!

I think a change in the law is needed. It should be compulsory, that dog owners should have the means on them to clean up their dogs mess. Fine the one's that don't, and double fine those that leave their dogs mess for the dog mess fairies to clean up!
[quote][p][bold]contric[/bold] wrote: cleaning the mess up seems an ideal job for people doing community service[/p][/quote]A job for the dog owners you mean. It's utterly disgusting of them not to clean up after their pets. There is no excuse! I think a change in the law is needed. It should be compulsory, that dog owners should have the means on them to clean up their dogs mess. Fine the one's that don't, and double fine those that leave their dogs mess for the dog mess fairies to clean up! poolebabe
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7:52pm Wed 14 Nov 12

MngsMnr says...

We've noticed a serious increase in dog mess not being picked up on pavements, at Stanpit marsh and Mudeford Woods. The poo bins are still well used by the majority of thoughtful dog owners, but since the clocks went back it would seem some are walking their dogs in the dark and just have no control over where their dog is messing. So saying I did see some blonde woman choosing to ignore her dog dumping in 2Riversmeet arena. When I hollered to draw her attention to it she put the dog on its lead and hurried off, grumbling at the dog as if it was his fault. Stupid b**** !
We've noticed a serious increase in dog mess not being picked up on pavements, at Stanpit marsh and Mudeford Woods. The poo bins are still well used by the majority of thoughtful dog owners, but since the clocks went back it would seem some are walking their dogs in the dark and just have no control over where their dog is messing. So saying I did see some blonde woman choosing to ignore her dog dumping in 2Riversmeet arena. When I hollered to draw her attention to it she put the dog on its lead and hurried off, grumbling at the dog as if it was his fault. Stupid b**** ! MngsMnr
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8:01pm Wed 14 Nov 12

MngsMnr says...

Perhaps those who don't pick up and are reading these comments should read this
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Perhaps those who don't pick up and are reading these comments should read this http://www.dickybag. com/dicky-dog-blog/t op-5-things-you-shou ld-know-about-dog-po o.html MngsMnr
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9:05pm Wed 14 Nov 12

barbienightmare says...

twynham wrote:
I think I'll give the ice cream a miss next time I go to East Dorset RC.
This comment gave me laugh a lot....


And then it came to me what a great idea for what looks to be a really efficient poop scoop! ...

So it's hello again to the old un loved ice cream scoop that has been knocking around in my kitchen draw for years. I never have been one for ice cream anyway ;0)
[quote][p][bold]twynham[/bold] wrote: I think I'll give the ice cream a miss next time I go to East Dorset RC.[/p][/quote]This comment gave me laugh a lot.... And then it came to me what a great idea for what looks to be a really efficient poop scoop! ... So it's hello again to the old un loved ice cream scoop that has been knocking around in my kitchen draw for years. I never have been one for ice cream anyway ;0) barbienightmare
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10:53pm Wed 14 Nov 12

HRH of Boscombe says...

The fine should be cleaning the public loos for a few months.
The fine should be cleaning the public loos for a few months. HRH of Boscombe
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11:39pm Wed 14 Nov 12

Adrian XX says...

Pity there isn't more white dog poo these days like there was in the 70s and early 80s. It would be a lot easier to spot and avoid.
Pity there isn't more white dog poo these days like there was in the 70s and early 80s. It would be a lot easier to spot and avoid. Adrian XX
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12:14am Thu 15 Nov 12

elite50 says...

Okay.
Where are the dog defenders?
"Goaty", "DJD", High treason", where are you?
Maybe, just maybe you are getting the message that the non Egyptians (you know those people who dont worship dogs) have a valid point after all!
Watch out for those Asps! (and that other stuff that you lot dont pick up).
Okay. Where are the dog defenders? "Goaty", "DJD", High treason", where are you? Maybe, just maybe you are getting the message that the non Egyptians (you know those people who dont worship dogs) have a valid point after all! Watch out for those Asps! (and that other stuff that you lot dont pick up). elite50
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2:53am Thu 15 Nov 12

gbslader1 says...

I live in Western Australia and all of the
dog friendly parks have council supplied
poop bins and free doggie bags for
owners to clean up the mess. $200 fines
for not cleaning up after your pooch,
covers the councils cost of providing
the materials. The whole system
works pretty well to keep parks free
of dog poo. Maybe Bournemouth
council should try the same system.
I live in Western Australia and all of the dog friendly parks have council supplied poop bins and free doggie bags for owners to clean up the mess. $200 fines for not cleaning up after your pooch, covers the councils cost of providing the materials. The whole system works pretty well to keep parks free of dog poo. Maybe Bournemouth council should try the same system. gbslader1
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6:59am Thu 15 Nov 12

Letcommonsenseprevail says...

Come and play at Lytchett - we shoot irresponsible dog owners there!!
Come and play at Lytchett - we shoot irresponsible dog owners there!! Letcommonsenseprevail
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7:31am Thu 15 Nov 12

steve.in.sydney says...

gbslader1 wrote:
I live in Western Australia and all of the
dog friendly parks have council supplied
poop bins and free doggie bags for
owners to clean up the mess. $200 fines
for not cleaning up after your pooch,
covers the councils cost of providing
the materials. The whole system
works pretty well to keep parks free
of dog poo. Maybe Bournemouth
council should try the same system.
I suspect Bournemouth council are light years away from this type of lifestyle.
[quote][p][bold]gbslader1[/bold] wrote: I live in Western Australia and all of the dog friendly parks have council supplied poop bins and free doggie bags for owners to clean up the mess. $200 fines for not cleaning up after your pooch, covers the councils cost of providing the materials. The whole system works pretty well to keep parks free of dog poo. Maybe Bournemouth council should try the same system.[/p][/quote]I suspect Bournemouth council are light years away from this type of lifestyle. steve.in.sydney
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7:59am Thu 15 Nov 12

RageAgainstTheMachine says...

Adrian XX wrote:
Pity there isn't more white dog poo these days like there was in the 70s and early 80s. It would be a lot easier to spot and avoid.
I always wondered why dog poo when i was a kid was white and you never see it anymore........And then i found out most people gave dogs proper bones in those days and it turned dog poo white.
When my dogs have bones it goes pale but never white weird!!!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Adrian XX[/bold] wrote: Pity there isn't more white dog poo these days like there was in the 70s and early 80s. It would be a lot easier to spot and avoid.[/p][/quote]I always wondered why dog poo when i was a kid was white and you never see it anymore........And then i found out most people gave dogs proper bones in those days and it turned dog poo white. When my dogs have bones it goes pale but never white weird!!!!!!!! RageAgainstTheMachine
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8:21am Thu 15 Nov 12

downmoor-ch63 says...

gbslader1 wrote:
I live in Western Australia and all of the
dog friendly parks have council supplied
poop bins and free doggie bags for
owners to clean up the mess. $200 fines
for not cleaning up after your pooch,
covers the councils cost of providing
the materials. The whole system
works pretty well to keep parks free
of dog poo. Maybe Bournemouth
council should try the same system.
I live in Switzerland, and like you, we also have free doggy bags and bins at regular intervals to thow them in, heavy fines, costing if you are caught not scooping after your dog, plus a license costs 100 pounds, and all dogs must have one.
[quote][p][bold]gbslader1[/bold] wrote: I live in Western Australia and all of the dog friendly parks have council supplied poop bins and free doggie bags for owners to clean up the mess. $200 fines for not cleaning up after your pooch, covers the councils cost of providing the materials. The whole system works pretty well to keep parks free of dog poo. Maybe Bournemouth council should try the same system.[/p][/quote]I live in Switzerland, and like you, we also have free doggy bags and bins at regular intervals to thow them in, heavy fines, costing if you are caught not scooping after your dog, plus a license costs 100 pounds, and all dogs must have one. downmoor-ch63
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8:24am Thu 15 Nov 12

jeebuscripes says...

These dog owners are scum.

How would they like it if I did some mess on their front garden?
These dog owners are scum. How would they like it if I did some mess on their front garden? jeebuscripes
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8:30am Thu 15 Nov 12

steve.in.sydney says...

RageAgainstTheMachin
e
wrote:
Adrian XX wrote:
Pity there isn't more white dog poo these days like there was in the 70s and early 80s. It would be a lot easier to spot and avoid.
I always wondered why dog poo when i was a kid was white and you never see it anymore........And then i found out most people gave dogs proper bones in those days and it turned dog poo white.
When my dogs have bones it goes pale but never white weird!!!!!!!!
Thanks for your comment, I too have not seen white dog poo since riding my bike around Winton Rec in the 70's. Now I know why - you live and learn.
[quote][p][bold]RageAgainstTheMachin e[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Adrian XX[/bold] wrote: Pity there isn't more white dog poo these days like there was in the 70s and early 80s. It would be a lot easier to spot and avoid.[/p][/quote]I always wondered why dog poo when i was a kid was white and you never see it anymore........And then i found out most people gave dogs proper bones in those days and it turned dog poo white. When my dogs have bones it goes pale but never white weird!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]Thanks for your comment, I too have not seen white dog poo since riding my bike around Winton Rec in the 70's. Now I know why - you live and learn. steve.in.sydney
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9:01am Thu 15 Nov 12

elite50 says...

This is getting international coverage!
The only people NOT getting the message are the Egyptians!
This is getting international coverage! The only people NOT getting the message are the Egyptians! elite50
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9:40am Thu 15 Nov 12

bornINpoole69 says...

White DS?
Brown DS?
just TACKLE the problem!
Maybe use it for a dog owner's bush tucker trial?
White DS? Brown DS? just TACKLE the problem! Maybe use it for a dog owner's bush tucker trial? bornINpoole69
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10:04am Thu 15 Nov 12

Dibbles2 says...

It really does make me laugh that people are up for the council cashing in on dog mess and yet the minute the discussion goes onto motorists people are up in arms about it stiating that car owners are picked on and that fines are a money making exercise. In todays day and age it would be almost impossible to enforce. I dont think their is a person out there that would willingly fine a man who had for argument sake a staffy.
It really does make me laugh that people are up for the council cashing in on dog mess and yet the minute the discussion goes onto motorists people are up in arms about it stiating that car owners are picked on and that fines are a money making exercise. In todays day and age it would be almost impossible to enforce. I dont think their is a person out there that would willingly fine a man who had for argument sake a staffy. Dibbles2
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10:12am Thu 15 Nov 12

steve.in.sydney says...

Dibbles2 wrote:
It really does make me laugh that people are up for the council cashing in on dog mess and yet the minute the discussion goes onto motorists people are up in arms about it stiating that car owners are picked on and that fines are a money making exercise. In todays day and age it would be almost impossible to enforce. I dont think their is a person out there that would willingly fine a man who had for argument sake a staffy.
We must treat Dibbles with kindness, nobody thinks mocking the afflicted is clever.
[quote][p][bold]Dibbles2[/bold] wrote: It really does make me laugh that people are up for the council cashing in on dog mess and yet the minute the discussion goes onto motorists people are up in arms about it stiating that car owners are picked on and that fines are a money making exercise. In todays day and age it would be almost impossible to enforce. I dont think their is a person out there that would willingly fine a man who had for argument sake a staffy.[/p][/quote]We must treat Dibbles with kindness, nobody thinks mocking the afflicted is clever. steve.in.sydney
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10:22am Thu 15 Nov 12

elite50 says...

Dibbles2 wrote:
It really does make me laugh that people are up for the council cashing in on dog mess and yet the minute the discussion goes onto motorists people are up in arms about it stiating that car owners are picked on and that fines are a money making exercise. In todays day and age it would be almost impossible to enforce. I dont think their is a person out there that would willingly fine a man who had for argument sake a staffy.
If a "man" needs to own a staffy to prove that he is a man then in the words of the immortal bard "He aint got nuffing".
Over to you!
[quote][p][bold]Dibbles2[/bold] wrote: It really does make me laugh that people are up for the council cashing in on dog mess and yet the minute the discussion goes onto motorists people are up in arms about it stiating that car owners are picked on and that fines are a money making exercise. In todays day and age it would be almost impossible to enforce. I dont think their is a person out there that would willingly fine a man who had for argument sake a staffy.[/p][/quote]If a "man" needs to own a staffy to prove that he is a man then in the words of the immortal bard "He aint got nuffing". Over to you! elite50
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10:23am Thu 15 Nov 12

speedy231278 says...

jeebuscripes wrote:
These dog owners are scum.

How would they like it if I did some mess on their front garden?
Probably the same as people like other people's cats crapping everywhere?
[quote][p][bold]jeebuscripes[/bold] wrote: These dog owners are scum. How would they like it if I did some mess on their front garden?[/p][/quote]Probably the same as people like other people's cats crapping everywhere? speedy231278
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10:50am Thu 15 Nov 12

BarrHumbug says...

gbslader1 wrote:
I live in Western Australia and all of the
dog friendly parks have council supplied
poop bins and free doggie bags for
owners to clean up the mess. $200 fines
for not cleaning up after your pooch,
covers the councils cost of providing
the materials. The whole system
works pretty well to keep parks free
of dog poo. Maybe Bournemouth
council should try the same system.
Sounds like a perfect opportunity for some council officials to take a 3 week field trip to see the system in action?
[quote][p][bold]gbslader1[/bold] wrote: I live in Western Australia and all of the dog friendly parks have council supplied poop bins and free doggie bags for owners to clean up the mess. $200 fines for not cleaning up after your pooch, covers the councils cost of providing the materials. The whole system works pretty well to keep parks free of dog poo. Maybe Bournemouth council should try the same system.[/p][/quote]Sounds like a perfect opportunity for some council officials to take a 3 week field trip to see the system in action? BarrHumbug
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10:52am Thu 15 Nov 12

saynomore says...

Try living near the forest in West Moors,here the dog owners who leave their dogs mess ouside our house get it smeared into their car air intake while they are up in the forest trying to pretend that they did'nt notice.Pleasant journey home you cretins.
Try living near the forest in West Moors,here the dog owners who leave their dogs mess ouside our house get it smeared into their car air intake while they are up in the forest trying to pretend that they did'nt notice.Pleasant journey home you cretins. saynomore
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11:11am Thu 15 Nov 12

BarrHumbug says...

speedy231278 wrote:
jeebuscripes wrote:
These dog owners are scum.

How would they like it if I did some mess on their front garden?
Probably the same as people like other people's cats crapping everywhere?
I agree. It's right that dog owners should pick up their animals mess but why is it ok for cats to go around crapping everywhere?
Is all of this mess on the pitch down to dogs?
[quote][p][bold]speedy231278[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jeebuscripes[/bold] wrote: These dog owners are scum. How would they like it if I did some mess on their front garden?[/p][/quote]Probably the same as people like other people's cats crapping everywhere?[/p][/quote]I agree. It's right that dog owners should pick up their animals mess but why is it ok for cats to go around crapping everywhere? Is all of this mess on the pitch down to dogs? BarrHumbug
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11:39am Thu 15 Nov 12

juniperberry says...

Difficult to follow a cat with a plastic bag and they don't do it in the middle of fields or pitches, they usually go under a bust in a bed, dig a hole and cover it up. Lets face it the people that let their dogs crap everywhere are the ones who drop their litter everywhere, let their kids run riot and have generally no regard for anyone. That the way they are. Fining and proving requires manpower and equipment, which costs but maybe the council should set it up as a self funding team. Put in an initial investment to get it going and then let it be paid for by the fines.
Difficult to follow a cat with a plastic bag and they don't do it in the middle of fields or pitches, they usually go under a bust in a bed, dig a hole and cover it up. Lets face it the people that let their dogs crap everywhere are the ones who drop their litter everywhere, let their kids run riot and have generally no regard for anyone. That the way they are. Fining and proving requires manpower and equipment, which costs but maybe the council should set it up as a self funding team. Put in an initial investment to get it going and then let it be paid for by the fines. juniperberry
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4:47pm Thu 15 Nov 12

spenkyborf says...

4 kilo's...thats abs"turd"
4 kilo's...thats abs"turd" spenkyborf
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6:28pm Thu 15 Nov 12

pestremoverltd says...

I bet this is the fans way of saying what they think? Every morning after a game...Crap...

Put poop bins either side and electrified fences together with IED's and Mortar. Follow up with torture (listening to my wife go on about how hunky Bournemouth footballer Steve Fletcher is) and I bet it will stop.
I bet this is the fans way of saying what they think? Every morning after a game...Crap... Put poop bins either side and electrified fences together with IED's and Mortar. Follow up with torture (listening to my wife go on about how hunky Bournemouth footballer Steve Fletcher is) and I bet it will stop. pestremoverltd
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6:13am Fri 16 Nov 12

herne says...

elite50 wrote:
Okay.
Where are the dog defenders?
"Goaty", "DJD", High treason", where are you?
Maybe, just maybe you are getting the message that the non Egyptians (you know those people who dont worship dogs) have a valid point after all!
Watch out for those Asps! (and that other stuff that you lot dont pick up).
Ancient Egyptians held the cat as sacred, dogs were seen as working animals.
[quote][p][bold]elite50[/bold] wrote: Okay. Where are the dog defenders? "Goaty", "DJD", High treason", where are you? Maybe, just maybe you are getting the message that the non Egyptians (you know those people who dont worship dogs) have a valid point after all! Watch out for those Asps! (and that other stuff that you lot dont pick up).[/p][/quote]Ancient Egyptians held the cat as sacred, dogs were seen as working animals. herne
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2:09pm Fri 16 Nov 12

elite50 says...

herne wrote:
elite50 wrote:
Okay.
Where are the dog defenders?
"Goaty", "DJD", High treason", where are you?
Maybe, just maybe you are getting the message that the non Egyptians (you know those people who dont worship dogs) have a valid point after all!
Watch out for those Asps! (and that other stuff that you lot dont pick up).
Ancient Egyptians held the cat as sacred, dogs were seen as working animals.
If, as you say, I am wrong (Iam not).
Then the Ancient Egyptians were smarter than the "dog people" in Bournemouth!
I bet they filled their papyras bags with dog poo.
Take a look at the sargophaguses, the dogs were worshiped!
[quote][p][bold]herne[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elite50[/bold] wrote: Okay. Where are the dog defenders? "Goaty", "DJD", High treason", where are you? Maybe, just maybe you are getting the message that the non Egyptians (you know those people who dont worship dogs) have a valid point after all! Watch out for those Asps! (and that other stuff that you lot dont pick up).[/p][/quote]Ancient Egyptians held the cat as sacred, dogs were seen as working animals.[/p][/quote]If, as you say, I am wrong (Iam not). Then the Ancient Egyptians were smarter than the "dog people" in Bournemouth! I bet they filled their papyras bags with dog poo. Take a look at the sargophaguses, the dogs were worshiped! elite50
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2:28pm Fri 16 Nov 12

elite50 says...

herne wrote:
elite50 wrote:
Okay.
Where are the dog defenders?
"Goaty", "DJD", High treason", where are you?
Maybe, just maybe you are getting the message that the non Egyptians (you know those people who dont worship dogs) have a valid point after all!
Watch out for those Asps! (and that other stuff that you lot dont pick up).
Ancient Egyptians held the cat as sacred, dogs were seen as working animals.
When the dog of an Ancient Egyptian died the owner would shave his head and go into deep mourning.
Saw the same thing last week in Winton. (Not really true but you get my point)!
Suggest you check your facts before you post!
Dont reply, just shave your head in case your fleabag croaks!
[quote][p][bold]herne[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elite50[/bold] wrote: Okay. Where are the dog defenders? "Goaty", "DJD", High treason", where are you? Maybe, just maybe you are getting the message that the non Egyptians (you know those people who dont worship dogs) have a valid point after all! Watch out for those Asps! (and that other stuff that you lot dont pick up).[/p][/quote]Ancient Egyptians held the cat as sacred, dogs were seen as working animals.[/p][/quote]When the dog of an Ancient Egyptian died the owner would shave his head and go into deep mourning. Saw the same thing last week in Winton. (Not really true but you get my point)! Suggest you check your facts before you post! Dont reply, just shave your head in case your fleabag croaks! elite50
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3:06pm Fri 16 Nov 12

retry69 says...

elite50 wrote:
herne wrote:
elite50 wrote:
Okay.
Where are the dog defenders?
"Goaty", "DJD", High treason", where are you?
Maybe, just maybe you are getting the message that the non Egyptians (you know those people who dont worship dogs) have a valid point after all!
Watch out for those Asps! (and that other stuff that you lot dont pick up).
Ancient Egyptians held the cat as sacred, dogs were seen as working animals.
When the dog of an Ancient Egyptian died the owner would shave his head and go into deep mourning.
Saw the same thing last week in Winton. (Not really true but you get my point)!
Suggest you check your facts before you post!
Dont reply, just shave your head in case your fleabag croaks!
Is it just me that finds it a little disturbing that people like this are amogst us?
[quote][p][bold]elite50[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]herne[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elite50[/bold] wrote: Okay. Where are the dog defenders? "Goaty", "DJD", High treason", where are you? Maybe, just maybe you are getting the message that the non Egyptians (you know those people who dont worship dogs) have a valid point after all! Watch out for those Asps! (and that other stuff that you lot dont pick up).[/p][/quote]Ancient Egyptians held the cat as sacred, dogs were seen as working animals.[/p][/quote]When the dog of an Ancient Egyptian died the owner would shave his head and go into deep mourning. Saw the same thing last week in Winton. (Not really true but you get my point)! Suggest you check your facts before you post! Dont reply, just shave your head in case your fleabag croaks![/p][/quote]Is it just me that finds it a little disturbing that people like this are amogst us? retry69
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elite50 says...

retry69 wrote:
elite50 wrote:
herne wrote:
elite50 wrote:
Okay.
Where are the dog defenders?
"Goaty", "DJD", High treason", where are you?
Maybe, just maybe you are getting the message that the non Egyptians (you know those people who dont worship dogs) have a valid point after all!
Watch out for those Asps! (and that other stuff that you lot dont pick up).
Ancient Egyptians held the cat as sacred, dogs were seen as working animals.
When the dog of an Ancient Egyptian died the owner would shave his head and go into deep mourning.
Saw the same thing last week in Winton. (Not really true but you get my point)!
Suggest you check your facts before you post!
Dont reply, just shave your head in case your fleabag croaks!
Is it just me that finds it a little disturbing that people like this are amogst us?
You mean that you ADMIT (finally) that you are disturbed!
Maybe you should seek medical help, or at least go for a lie down!
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elite50[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]herne[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elite50[/bold] wrote: Okay. Where are the dog defenders? "Goaty", "DJD", High treason", where are you? Maybe, just maybe you are getting the message that the non Egyptians (you know those people who dont worship dogs) have a valid point after all! Watch out for those Asps! (and that other stuff that you lot dont pick up).[/p][/quote]Ancient Egyptians held the cat as sacred, dogs were seen as working animals.[/p][/quote]When the dog of an Ancient Egyptian died the owner would shave his head and go into deep mourning. Saw the same thing last week in Winton. (Not really true but you get my point)! Suggest you check your facts before you post! Dont reply, just shave your head in case your fleabag croaks![/p][/quote]Is it just me that finds it a little disturbing that people like this are amogst us?[/p][/quote]You mean that you ADMIT (finally) that you are disturbed! Maybe you should seek medical help, or at least go for a lie down! elite50
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