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    Have you ever worried an animal?

    I worried my mums dog once. I hid it's hide chew behind the samovar. The dog was rather scared of the samovar for some reason and spent a long time barking at it wanting her chew back.

    She looked really worried.

    So have you ever worried an animal?

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    I bred geese once, and it really worried the mother and father when I carted off their offspring to the local poultry processing plant.

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    what's a samovar?

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    no idea what it's for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon View Post
    no idea what it's for.
    From Wiki:

    A samovar, is a device which by means of one or more revolving blades is used to cut grass or other plants to an even length.

    Samovars employing a blade that rotates about a vertical axis are known as rotary samovars, while those employing a blade assembly that rotates about a horizontal axis are known as cylinder or reel samovars.

    Many different designs have been made, each suited to a particular purpose. The smallest types, pushed by a human, are suitable for small residential lawns and gardens, while larger, self-contained, ride-on samovars are suitable for large lawns, and the largest, multi-gang samovars pulled behind a tractor, are designed for large expanses of grass such as golf courses and municipal parks.
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    from wiki.

    A samovar listen (help·info) (Russian: самовар, IPA: [səmʌˈvar] literally "self-brewer") is a heated metal container traditionally used to heat and boil water in and around Russia, as well as in other Slavic nations, Iran and Turkey. Since the heated water is usually used for making tea, many samovars have an attachment on top of its lid to hold and heat a teapot filled with tea concentrate. Samovars are said to have been invented in Central Asia, though its origin is a matter of dispute. For example, some argue that it is purely a Russian invention given that the samovar appeared in Iran not later than in 18th century, and it bears the same Russian name "samovar".

    Though traditionally heated with coal or charcoal, many newer samovars use electricity and heat water in a similar manner as an electric water boiler.

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    That explains the dreadful state of my lawn.

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    When I was young I once put our pet cat on the top and a 'tower' of chairs that I had constructed into a tower.

    The tower was very high and very unstable and the cat was pretty scared.

    Shortly after realising my project with the cat mewing on top of the very rickety structure the 'tower' collapsed and the cat fell upon my face leaving a set of raw scratch marks from my forehead to my chin.

    The doctor had to be visited where he found that top layer of my left eye had also received claw damage and was very fortunate not to have punctured my eyeball.

    My injuries warranted a few days off school and a heavy dose of antibiotics to prevent infection.

    I received a severe physical bollocking from my mother when my sister dobbed me in.

    I was never cruel to animals again !

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    Animals don't worry me none...I feel them. Has anyone ever thrown a convection oven at another human being in a fit of wild passionate rage? Just wondering thats all

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    some days TD is boring, some days we all rant at cvntonva or some other twat, and then some days this place is just out and out weird!

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    I shot that crow in March .... It looked pretty worried at the end... I posted a pic at the time time but got several reds from the libo-animal-lover-brigade

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    I've always wondered if you worry one sheep do all the other sheep get worried at the same time? In Turkey last month they lost a huge number of sheep due to them following each other off a cliff. 1,500 in total. They obviously have some sort of mental link like twins or black people.

    So if I was to worry a sheep with something trivial like the end of the world is only a minute away would all the other sheep start to worry or would they just carry on bleating away?

    Sheep in mass ewe-icide




    Baa-rmy ... sheep took death plunge

    FULL NEWS INDEX ››
    By JOHN STURGIS

    A SHEEP leapt to its death from a cliff — and was followed by nearly 1,500 more in a bizarre “mass suicide”. Stunned shepherds looked on helplessly as around 450 animals died after the 15 metre drop.
    Those which jumped later were saved as they were cushioned by the rising pile of sheep at the bottom of the ravine.
    Shepherds had left the flock to graze while they ate breakfast. Now they are set to lose around £60,000 from the deaths in the town of Gevas in eastern Turkey.
    Nevzat Gayhan, a member of one of 26 families whose sheep were roaming free, said: “There’s nothing we can do. They are all wasted.”
    Abdullah Hazar, another villager, said: “Every family had about 20 sheep. Now only a few have sheep left. It’s going to be hard for us.”

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    Actually, I have scared a few 'hoi' from time to time....

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    ^^ Seem a bit like lemmings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsquirrel View Post
    I've always wondered if you worry one sheep do all the other sheep get worried at the same time? In Turkey last month they lost a huge number of sheep due to them following each other off a cliff. 1,500 in total. They obviously have some sort of mental link like twins or black people.

    So if I was to worry a sheep with something trivial like the end of the world is only a minute away would all the other sheep start to worry or would they just carry on bleating away?

    Sheep in mass ewe-icide




    Baa-rmy ... sheep took death plunge

    FULL NEWS INDEX ››
    By JOHN STURGIS

    A SHEEP leapt to its death from a cliff — and was followed by nearly 1,500 more in a bizarre “mass suicide”. Stunned shepherds looked on helplessly as around 450 animals died after the 15 metre drop.
    Those which jumped later were saved as they were cushioned by the rising pile of sheep at the bottom of the ravine.
    Shepherds had left the flock to graze while they ate breakfast. Now they are set to lose around £60,000 from the deaths in the town of Gevas in eastern Turkey.
    Nevzat Gayhan, a member of one of 26 families whose sheep were roaming free, said: “There’s nothing we can do. They are all wasted.”
    Abdullah Hazar, another villager, said: “Every family had about 20 sheep. Now only a few have sheep left. It’s going to be hard for us.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsquirrel
    They obviously have some sort of mental link like twins or black people.
    I liked that, funny

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    Quote Originally Posted by danbo View Post
    That explains the dreadful state of my lawn.
    I thought you lived in a garret?

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    Being a bird lover I used to catch magpies in a Larsen trap and wring their necks.

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    When I worked for the Yakuza we would dress sheep in white underpants and school uniforms and film them being molested on the Narita-Shinjuku express. It didn't particularly worry them but they did find it peculiar.

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    To worry a sheep?? now does that mean like what Kiwi and Welsh do to sheep?? and if so are they worried that they might be preggo?

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