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    DefaultWho, me? Nothing.

    I was just niffin em.



    Yep ... they're still ducks.



    Ok but this is the last pose ...


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    I love his face in that second pic.
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    Innocent till proven guilty.


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    Poor chap looks bedraggled !

    Labs have this way of looking cool when wet ..........not to say he's not as good as his mentors though !

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    Great pics. I love the second one!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samson View Post
    Poor chap looks bedraggled !

    Labs have this way of looking cool when wet ..........not to say he's not as good as his mentors though !
    In case you weren't aware of it ... King Charles (1600-1649), King of England, Scotland and Ireland, was so enamored with the Standard Poodle that he had several imported from Germany. They were used as companions to fetch-up the King's fowl while afield. He particularly appreciated their intellegence, swimming and retrieving skills and their devout loyalty. They were considered Royal Pudels" and commoners were forbidden from owning one.

    That bedraggled look you suggested? Nay, tis mere flashes of Royalty owing to it's heritage.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cappy_TX View Post
    In case you weren't aware of it ... King Charles (1600-1649), King of England, Scotland and Ireland, was so enamored with the Standard Poodle that he had several imported from Germany. They were used as companions to fetch-up the King's fowl while afield. He particularly appreciated their intellegence, swimming and retrieving skills and their devout loyalty. They were considered Royal Pudels" and commoners were forbidden from owning one.

    That bedraggled look you suggested? Nay, tis mere flashes of Royalty owing to it's heritage.

    I bow to your heritage Rusty and sincerely apologise ! As I tried to voice in my reply, appearance is definitely not everything and if Cappy and Remi give you the OK then no contest !

    But you still LOOK bedraggled :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samson View Post
    I bow to your heritage Rusty and sincerely apologise ! As I tried to voice in my reply, appearance is definitely not everything and if Cappy and Remi give you the OK then no contest !

    But you still LOOK bedraggled :-)
    Hummph!

    I'll have you know that all that stuff above my master made up. None of it is true except the reign dates of King Charles. Nevertheless, he wated me to share the following TRUE anecdote with you. From the book by his daughter "My Life With Sir Winston";

    A slightly inebriated and always lecherous Sir Winston was at a large party where a quite wealthy but equally homely middle aged widow was making somewhat suggestive comments to him. He responded by asking ... "Madam, would you consider committing adultery with me for a million pounds?" "Tee hee" she giggled ... Perhaps I might, Sir Winston."

    "How about Ten Bob?", he asked.

    Indignantly, she demanded "Just what do you think I am?"

    WC replied ... "Madam, we've already established that fact, we are now merely haggling the price."

    Even more put-out, the woman loudly declared ... "Sir Winston, you are Drunk!"

    His response; "That's true madam. However in the morning I will be sober but you will still be homely."

    Having said that ... "bedragled" is in the eye of the beholder.
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    I love his face in the 2nd pic. He looks great!
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    Oh yes ! A memorable discourse intelligently cleaned up without the unnecessary repartee and very true.

    However, bedraggled was an observation, not a criticism my Labrapuddle :-)

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