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Old 11-08-2012, 07:49 PM   #28321 (permalink)
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You sound just like me... I challenge you to a cook-off!

And yummmm.... blackberry brandy... I still want to make a desert for Christmas with that, since I'm making a spicy sweet potato pie for turkeyday

I feel like us Random-Threaders should start a holiday cookie round-robin or something...
Bring it on lady! I love a challenge!

I don't really bake though. You have to measure. I don't like that.
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Old 11-08-2012, 08:37 PM   #28322 (permalink)
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Have you checked out Target? They have some nice ones that are decent quality.
We actually don't have a Target yet, but even so I think they only sell typical sizes anyways. I'm a 30F and can only find it in specialty bra stores . I wish I could buy bras online where it's a lot cheaper, but I hate not trying them on first.
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Old 11-08-2012, 09:39 PM   #28323 (permalink)
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We actually don't have a Target yet, but even so I think they only sell typical sizes anyways. I'm a 30F and can only find it in specialty bra stores . I wish I could buy bras online where it's a lot cheaper, but I hate not trying them on first.
Oh shoot, I am sorry, I didn't look at where you were from. Sorry about that. Having to pay $140.00 for a bra is outrageous. I would hope a bra that is that expensive would last longer.
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Old 11-08-2012, 10:08 PM   #28324 (permalink)
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Anyone else's GSD barks at random people? He could pass by 100 and be OK with them, and then we will encounter one that sets him off. I am convinced he feels something "off."

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Old 11-08-2012, 10:13 PM   #28325 (permalink)
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Anyone else's GSD barks at random people? He could pass by 100 and be OK with them, and then we will encounter one that sets him off. I am convinced he feels something "off."

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I believe dogs can sense things about people that is not obvious to us. So, you may be right that there is something "off" about those people.
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My SIL's baby has been crying since 4:30am. A few more minutes of this and I'm making him an outdoor baby.
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Old 11-09-2012, 08:23 AM   #28327 (permalink)
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My SIL's baby has been crying since 4:30am. A few more minutes of this and I'm making him an outdoor baby.
LMAO ... well why not, we'd do it with a dog right?


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Old 11-09-2012, 08:35 AM   #28328 (permalink)
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Anyone else's GSD barks at random people? He could pass by 100 and be OK with them, and then we will encounter one that sets him off. I am convinced he feels something "off."

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I know of 'good' people that Hondo doesn't care for. He doesn't bark at them (he isn't a reactive barker) but he'll totally shut them out of 'his' world. I really think it has to do with their smell. Either they have animals, or they are on certain medicines that he can smell a difference in.

There are certain people that flip out my Lacy. Each time it happens I find out they have something exotic. Like once he flipped when we were in the feed store. He kept jumping up my leg to get as high as he could to catch a smell. The man that was standing in the store said he had llamas.

I also think sometimes the body language of some people cause the reaction we see. I trust my dogs and if a stranger comes up and they react, I take notice.
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There are certain people that flip out my Lacy. Each time it happens I find out they have something exotic. Like once he flipped when we were in the feed store. He kept jumping up my leg to get as high as he could to catch a smell. The man that was standing in the store said he had llamas.
I would have paid to see that ... poor dog, I smell them now where the HECK are they???
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I would have paid to see that ... poor dog, I smell them now where the HECK are they???
According to his breeder, his sire was a climber and his mother was a swimmer. Sire doesn't swim, mother doesn't climb. Lonestar is both. When he gets excited, he climbs...furniture, trees, bales of hay, bodies....he climbs. He's 11 months now and we are just getting to the point where he doesn't try to jump onto my head when I get home from work.

Hubby likes it. Me? Not so much. I get home from work, go into the bathroom to go potty and he'll jump onto my lap. Not so funny when you hear me through out the house, "NO! STOP! OOUUUCCHHH!" Not exactly the language I use at the time.
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