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Old 12-22-2008, 08:57 PM
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OK, i'm all for experimenting and hate to pick on these girls. But, do they have to pick the worst of 80's look?!
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Old 12-23-2008, 07:51 PM
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OK, i'm all for experimenting and hate to pick on these girls. But, do they have to pick the worst of 80's look?!
Especially when they could have looked FABULOUS with all those Joan Collins shoulder pads and lovely hats she wore in Dynasty. . .*sigh*
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Old 12-23-2008, 09:50 PM
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I think the point of this type of party is to wear the worst look. I know whenever I go to something like this I wear the craziest thing I can that represents the time period. A couple of days ago I went to a party where I was supposed to dress during the time my mother was a teenager, and I wore the craziest thing I could find because, after all, these few decades later everything she wore then looks crazy to me.
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Hi!
Anyone know if pss beatrice and eugenie have spent all Xmas in Sandringham?
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Anyone know if pss beatrice and eugenie have spent all Xmas in Sandringham?
They were both there for Christmas (see links showing them attending church services w the rest of the RF), however I believe Pss B left earlier than Pss E as she is not mentioned/seen in any of the stories of the following days.
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Old 12-30-2008, 03:19 PM
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I hope Max comes home... it's too sad to lose your best buddy during the Christmas season.

And I don't remember anyone looking like those girls during the 80s. I remember Joan Collins, Cyndi Lauper (who didn't look that way, even though she was garish!), Boy George, the Miami Vice look, Madonna, etc. I even committed the faux pas of wearing anklets with high heels, just because Diana did it! Didn't occur to me it might not be so appealing on a five footer!
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Old 12-30-2008, 09:45 PM
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Yeah they could've worn something better for the party.
And I hope her dog comes back, I would be devastated if my dogs disappeared.

Anyways, isn't it time for a new thread?
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Old 12-31-2008, 10:37 AM
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Anyways, isn't it time for a new thread?
No, this thread is going just fine.
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Old 01-02-2009, 02:07 PM
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Princess Beatrice's dog has returned home safe and well after going missing for more than two weeks.

BBC NEWS | UK | England | Berkshire | Princess's missing dog comes home
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Princess Beatrice's dog has returned home safe and well after going missing for more than two weeks.

BBC NEWS | UK | England | Berkshire | Princess's missing dog comes home
This is excellent news but I'm just curious as to where the little guy has been all this time. Someone must have been feeding him and giving him shelter for two weeks. At least he's back.
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She must be overjoyed. Two weeks is a long time and I really felt that Max was lost forever. I wonder where he was. .
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Old 01-02-2009, 03:22 PM
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Maybe Max should be taken to a pet psychic.

And perhaps HRH should be sure the dog has its collar and tags on.
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Old 01-02-2009, 04:44 PM
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Maybe Max should be taken to a pet psychic.

And perhaps HRH should be sure the dog has its collar and tags on.
Well, wearing a collar is not always a good idea. A friend of mine who has two dachshunds always takes the collar off when walking trhough the woods (opposed to me, my dachshund has to wear his collar). His reasoning: if they run away and maybe pick up the trail of a fox and follow the fox in his fox-hole, it is safer to be without a collar for it may get caught in some roots hindering the dog to get out again.

Wo I do not know, if Max is running in holes, too, but this might have been a reason to keep the collar off.
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Old 01-02-2009, 05:34 PM
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I thought Max slipped out of his collar. My dog has slipped out of his on occasion. Dogs are pretty good at this kind of thing. Another trick my dog has it to give a big swallow when he gets his monthly worm pill and then spit it out about half an hour later. Never underestimate a dog.
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And perhaps HRH should be sure the dog has its collar and tags on.
Yes here in the UK, all dogs must wear a collar when in a public place.
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Under the Control of Dogs Order 1992, every dog while on a public highway or in a public place, shall wear a collar with the name and address of the owner inscribed on the collar or on a plate or badge attached to it.
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Bea joy as her lost dog returns
Bea joy as her lost dog returns | The Sun |News|Royals

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/news...ree-weeks.html
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Yes here in the UK, all dogs must wear a collar when in a public place.
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Which really is best. We've been kicking around getting the chip inserted in our dog and after this story, I think that's something we'll be doing this year.
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Which really is best. We've been kicking around getting the chip inserted in our dog and after this story, I think that's something we'll be doing this year.
Hopefully, the dog wasn't taken and had a chip inserted by some terrorist organization. Just a thought.
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In New South Wales all dogs have to be micorchipped and then registered with the local council as well as wear a collar and tag with certain information on the tag.

Unfortunately many people don't bother with following the law.
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Yes here in the UK, all dogs must wear a collar when in a public place.
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Thanks for that Sky, I have read the faqs through and the regulations are the same as here in Portugal except for the chips, I didnīt see if they are obligatory. Of course, you have to get the people to obey these and unfortunately everywhere I see people who donīt take the slightest notice - except, since the hefty fines have been announced concerning dangerous dogs these seem to have disappeared - from sight anyway.
I feel much safter taking my small dog for a walk these days. I used to carry a crop and was more than once amused when people would tell me that I shouldnīt hit my dog with the crop, they really thought the crop was for MY dog and not in case it was attacked. My husband used to laugh at me as he said against a rottweiller I may as well carry a twig but I felt better, rightly or wrongly, holding it.
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