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Old 01-17-2013, 09:25 AM   #11 (permalink)
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LOL! I have a funny story for you, my brother asked to "borrow" my precious little Bentley so he could pick up chicks!!!

He's a Crested powder puff and he gets a lot of attention when we go out................ girls always run over and ask to pet Bentley, and touch his coat, and can they hold him.I told my brother he should be neutered for asking such an ridiculous question. Borrow my fur baby, the nerve .....
Don't these people watch movies? How many rom-coms have you seen where the guy "borrows" a dog, baby, child, etc. in an attempt to impress/pickup the woman of his dreams? We all know it never, ever works out. Complications spiral out of control; hilarity ensues.

Though to give your brother credit, a crested powderpuff would sure be effective casting in the role of "chick magnet"!
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My brother in law would ask to borrow my peek-chihuahua mix because the girls are always going gaga over him. Lol

My brother in laws would also borrow my son when he was about 4 when we were at the mall, and would send him over to girls and have him ask them for their numbers. It was amazing how many numbers he would retrieve for them. Haha


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My pets = my family. Will I borrow my family members who can't protect themselves to some strangers? NO WAY.
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Old 01-17-2013, 02:15 PM   #14 (permalink)
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When I was about 25, I had a west highland white terrier and my brother who was about 18 at the time asked if he could borrower my car (red vw bug convertible) and my dog and went to the beach. He came back with quite a few numbers also, but I never did that again. LOL
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I'd rather lend a kidney.
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Old 01-17-2013, 05:26 PM   #16 (permalink)
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My dogs are my kids. I wouldn't let a neighbor, or a stranger, walk off with my son unattended, so I wouldn't let someone walk off with my pet.

They aren't a scooter or bike to be loaned out. Good call.
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Tell him to tell his girlfriend to go volunteer to walk dogs at a shelter... They need love, your dog has all he needs.


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... One neighbour even asked the security guard for my details to track me down. ..
I agree not to lend your dog and loved the suggestion to volunteer to walk shelter dogs.
But your comment about the security guard troubles me...I HOPE he didn't give anyone information about your schedule or whereabouts! Scary!
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I hope that you talked to that security guard, he/ she should have written an I.R. on it, given a copy to there Security Co. Kept a copy, & given a copy to where ever they worked at the time they were asked about you. And I hope the guard told the person doing the asking, they could NOT, give out that Info.This is no small matter, so please just don't laff it off. Check in to it. If the guard did not report this , ask for the I.R. your self, fill it out, MAIL, a copy to the security co. to the co. where it happend, keep a copy for your self. this person sounds like a NUT.Something just don't sound right about this.
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Yipes! If you wouldn't lend your child or your credit card to this stranger, then you shouldn't lend your poodle, either. That's a really weird request.
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