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    Soooooooo faithfull ... obviously not Thai

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    God love him ... reminds me of our dearly departed Farm Dog


    The dog's owner, a homeless man, was stabbed in a park and died shortly after being admitted to the hospital.


    Faithful dog waits outside Brazilian hospital four months after his homeless owner dies


    More than four months after its owner died, a dog still refuses to leave the entry of a hospital in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
    The dog's owner, a homeless man, was stabbed in a local park and rushed to Santa Casa de Novo Horizonte medical centre where
    he died from his injuries, according to local media reports.

    Following the fatal incident, the dog chased the ambulance carrying his owner and has waited at the doors of the medical
    centre ever since.
    Hospital staff — who have provided food and water for the loyal companion — said the dog, whose name is unknown, has
    never tried to enter the building.

    It sits quietly outside waiting for his master.

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    Our fingerprints never fade from the lives we touch

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    It sits waiting for more food you daft conts. Hes never had it so good

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    Beautiful dog.

    Definitely my favorite animal, mainly because of it's faithful, loving nature.

    Pity most humans don't share that noble trait.

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    I remember as a kid walking to school there was a fellow who would pass me walking to work. His dog always stopped at the gate and waited until he came home. I would still see it as I walked home from school.
    One day he died and the dog could still be seen for years waiting for it's owner.

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    Dunno why the "obviously not Thai" jibe is necessary.?

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    This was a good movie, much how the dog in the article is depicted(which i still doubt)



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    Quote Originally Posted by NZdick1983 View Post
    Beautiful dog.

    Definitely my favorite animal, mainly because of it's faithful, loving nature.

    Pity most humans don't share that noble trait.
    "To every dog, his master is Napoleon. Hence the popularity of dogs." - Aldous Huxley

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmart View Post
    Dunno why the "obviously not Thai" jibe is necessary.?
    my Thai bitch was always faithful...



    RIP Lucky...

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    The dog looks sad. Poor doggy.

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    David I dont understand your title at all. Could you please explain it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    David I dont understand your title at all. Could you please explain it?
    I don't think he will tell more about his marriage problems, a hint is all you get.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    It sits waiting for more food
    I'd say so.

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    I have 16 dogs scattered all over... in the house and in the farm.

    I had to shoot 2 recently coz they kept attacking my piglets, etc.

    Where I am at there are no animal shelters, etc to take them... And if I let the natives do the job they'd scald the poor animals in boiling water til they die or smack them with wood until they stop breathing.

    I'm still heart-broken over it... and feeling guilty as phuck... even had nightmares... but its tough out here and its the only world there is. Its the only way to live....
    I am so unlucky that if I fall into a barrel full of D*ick**s, I'd come out sucking my own thumb!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GracelessFawn View Post
    I let the natives do the job they'd scald the poor animals in boiling water til they die or smack them with wood until they stop breathing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    I don't think he will tell more about his marriage problems, a hint is all you get.
    Lom ... no issues on the home front ... all good there.

    "marriage problems" ... a feeble, bumbling attempt at a slur.

    If, however, you have a fact you like to discuss, let's go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    David I dont understand your title at all. Could you please explain it?
    AO ... just trying to drive a little business TD's way as 'Thai' is the searchable metatag that Google might pick up on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmart View Post
    Dunno why the "obviously not Thai" jibe is necessary.?
    I guess he's been hurt by some Thai in the past, though he doesn't make it clear if it was a woman or a dog that broke his heart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZdick1983 View Post
    mainly because of it's faithful, loving nature.
    Quote Originally Posted by NZdick1983 View Post
    my Thai bitch was always faithful...
    Faithful: Try keeping a bitch in heat home.
    Loving: A bitch in heat will stand for any old dog.

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    Tough crowd Dave

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    [QUOTE=David48atTD;3734860]Lom ... no issues on the home front ... all good there.

    "marriage problems" ... a feeble, bumbling attempt at a slur.

    If, however, you have a fact you like to discuss, let's go.

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    I see, Thai's are not faithful and that applies to your wife as well? Or is she "special"?
    Fokking idiot you are.
    I do not have Twitter or Instagram so instead I walkabout in the streets. shouting to randomly selected
    people what I've eaten, drunk, and what my home looks like.
    It is after all important to build networks.
    So far I have 3 followers, one is apparently a doctor and the others are policemen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Tough crowd Dave
    esp after his dog left him for Luigi

    The refund cheque , bounced

    It's a wogs life

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Tough crowd Dave
    Mate they are just multi-nics of someone who has an axe to grind for what ever reason.

    Crestofawave hasn't bagged me before.

    lom, for some unknown reason has been chucking mud for some time.


    At least when TC and Luigi poke fun, they have a sense of humour.

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    ^ I don't think Dave meant anything evil with his jibe.... he seems to be a pretty reasonable chap.

    Us Farang take jibes all the time... good for the goose, good for the gander no?

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    [QUOTE=lom;3734903]
    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD View Post
    Lom ... no issues on the home front ... all good there.

    "marriage problems" ... a feeble, bumbling attempt at a slur.

    If, however, you have a fact you like to discuss, let's go.

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    I see, Thai's are not faithful and that applies to your wife as well? Or is she "special"?
    Fokking idiot you are.
    Hey there lom ... tell the Forum what you know about my 'wife'.

    Lot's of details please.

    Just the facts ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD

    Hey there lom ... tell the Forum what you know about my 'wife'.

    Lot's of details please.

    Just the facts ...
    You have provided us with the facts yourself.

    1. She is Thai
    2. Thais are not faithful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    "To every dog, his master is Napoleon. Hence the popularity of dogs." - Aldous Huxley
    The only reason canines have always remain popular is that they remind us too much of ourselves.
    Predictable, without question, vacant of independence, go along with popular notions, etc....


    Whereas felines contradict such mundane instinctive character traits.

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