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So what happens when you leave your good work shoes in the area that your cockapoo sleeps?

We all know the answer to that question but my husbands good work shoes are no longer intact - he had to go to London on the train with one toe peaking out and find a shoe shop all before a meeting at 9am!:mad:

Deefer had lovinly collected said shoes from the back door mat and placed them in his bed and "loved" them all night!;)

(Kids and I walked very quietly around the house getting ready for school and work whilst dear husband noisely fumed!) As my 17 year old said "it is bare hilare!" - presume this means very funny in teen speak. :confused:

Even funnier than that old shoes are in a bin near Liverpool Street Station and new shoes have given two huge blisters (something else to moan about):cool:

But who loves Deefer anyway - he does:kiss:
 

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Bit like Night follows Day.

Leave shoes out, doggie will make use of them.

I had a Beauty Event here last week and Holly who comes in to help me run it,, left her lovely sparkey, bead encrusted shoes by the front door. I didn't think. Then about 3 hrs later, Charlie (son) said to me, what's Millie chewing on. And right by our feet, she's happily tucking into one of the lovely, now ex sparkely shoes :eek:

I was so embarrassed :eek:
 

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Well they are all the same - but yes really embarrassing when it is someone else. Deef's worst demeanor is weeing with excitment, but up arms! Always picks my cleaner (who totally loves him anyway!)
 

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Julie - tis so funny. Only the cleaner and EVERY week without fail. She has taken to wearing her anorak! Wonder if it has to do with the scary hoover that is about to appear!

Amanda - "cute" was not the word my husband used (though i did hear a sneaky "good boy" from one of the kids!"

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God i'm sorry but I couldn't help but laugh!
Especially at the 'bare hilare' I mean i'm only a year or 2 older but have never heard anyone say that, but love the way parents take the p*ss about teen talk. It always makes me laugh :)
I can imagine the kids found it pretty funny hearing daddy shouting & angry ;)
 
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