Dogs on the Beach

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Re: Dogs on the Beach

Post by The Family » 14 Jun 2011 09:27

Does this guy know anything about noisy lizards in the loft and how to get rid of them? This thing is keeping me awake!

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Re: Dogs on the Beach

Post by Mike Parker » 20 Jun 2011 17:51

The Family wrote:Does this guy know anything about noisy lizards in the loft and how to get rid of them? This thing is keeping me awake!
Its most likely a tuk kae. Native Lizard ,very colourful, they like to live in ceilings and walls.Its distinctive call is like its name. I think among other things it eats jing joks.www.treknature.com has a photo. Good luck in catching it and be warned they can be aggressive

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Re: Dogs on the Beach

Post by Caller » 21 Jun 2011 00:31

I'm a tokay gecko and this is what I sound like:

http://terpconnect.umd.edu/~tangyz/tokaycall.wav

But when I'm feeling good, I sound like this? :D


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Re: Dogs on the Beach

Post by Mr Wu » 21 Jun 2011 07:56

I would happily trade a few big geckos for the plagues of ferral dogs that infect this town.

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Re: Dogs on the Beach

Post by APACHE387 » 26 Jun 2011 04:09

About the "big lizards" called TUKKAY,
In Isaan (Korat, Khonkaen, Udon Thani ....and especially the countryside) all houses having a TOOKKAY in their loft are lucky, people keep them alive in order to protect the house from mouses ans small snakes.
But I agree with you ... it is noisy, even if I prefer it than a morning rooster.
TUKKAY are inoffensive if you not attack it, it can be your singing friend during all his life.
Other good new (lol), TUKKAY can live 20 years.

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Re: Dogs on the Beach

Post by yoursTruly » 30 Aug 2011 22:29

Nice juicy stuff. And I thought that BS was getting dull. I'll get to work in the lab on anti-fertility dog biscuits, distributed freely at the Why Not. Or perhaps that old standby "Salt Peter" (Potassium nitrate), what they used to give American youth on "Prom Night" in the US to stifle your libido. It worked for horny teenagers, why not dogs? Though it's a bit depressing to witness a dog in his prime who's having trouble "getting it up".

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Re: Dogs on the Beach

Post by yoursTruly » 31 Aug 2011 15:42

This is encouraging...
"A Flagstaff scientist may have discovered a non-surgical way to sterilize dogs - an advance that would revolutionize animal-shelter medicine and address Arizona's canine-overpopulation problem in the process, according to one veterinary expert." Orally administered.....

http://www.azcentral.com/news/articles/ ... g-new.html
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Re: Dogs on the Beach

Post by buksida » 04 Sep 2011 10:20

A certain lady with the cows hasn't been seen around for a while, and funnily enough most of the dogs (apart from badboy) have gone too.

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Re: Dogs on the Beach

Post by yoursTruly » 12 Sep 2011 19:22

This certain lady doesn't work in an animal shelter thinly disguised as a beach bar, does she? (PS this is a "rhetorical question" -- no need to answer)
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Re: Dogs on the Beach

Post by mrMARIA » 12 Sep 2011 20:53

i am to lazy to go back thru the posts.......but please don't tell me these dogs are pissing on the beach.

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Re: Dogs on the Beach

Post by heikevie » 13 Sep 2011 09:00

A certain lady with the cows hasn't been seen around for a while, and funnily enough most of the dogs (apart from badboy) have gone too.
If the dogs are not the enemy, then maybe the certain woman from the beach bar.
Unbelievable.
Who will be next?

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Re: Dogs on the Beach

Post by buksida » 13 Sep 2011 12:24

There you go again talking about 'enemies' - its Bangsaphan ... chill out for chrissake ...

Now, since all the mutts are back, where did I leave that crossbow ... :mrgreen:

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Re: Dogs on the Beach

Post by yoursTruly » 13 Sep 2011 19:09

Where's my Curare shooter, innocently disguised as a coca cola straw. "I wonder why he brings his own straw to the Why Not?"

Perhaps the beach dogs can be disciplined into dog sled teams, and transport us around BS. Hi Ho Silver!

Just a word of caution: there's a bordello here in Berlin called the "Why Not", and there are plenty of dogs in it.
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Re: Dogs on the Beach

Post by heikevie » 14 Sep 2011 16:27

Now, since all the mutts are back, where did I leave that crossbow ...

Yes, we are back !
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Re: Dogs on the Beach

Post by yoursTruly » 18 Sep 2011 01:01

Christ! Just like a low budget horror movie!
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