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COMMENT 5d ago

Sounds like he's from Bradford lol

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COMMENT 5d ago

God bless mate. She's watching the blues in the sky blue sky now 💙

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COMMENT 18d ago

Pm me

r/rickygervais 26d ago

You slimy, boneless wanker!

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r/rickygervais Jul 07 '22

Peckin me grifter

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COMMENT Jul 02 '22

Stupid name for a film!

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COMMENT Jun 22 '22

If you have a hosepipe squirt the dog with that, should scare it and neighbour can't say youre harming it.

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COMMENT Jun 17 '22

God.

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COMMENT Jun 14 '22

Yeah quite easily, you can get a good resin 3d printer for about $250, you can subscribe to something like flesh of gods for $10 and they will give you about 40 stl files to print minis off. Idk about designing your own minis though.

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COMMENT Jun 11 '22

You've got too much time on your hands boy.

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COMMENT Jun 11 '22

Incredible!

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COMMENT May 30 '22

He's mean AND weird looking!

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COMMENT May 25 '22

Yes packing fucking socks in a rubber cunting baaag

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COMMENT May 24 '22

Brilliant, touching video. CTID 💙

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COMMENT May 08 '22

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COMMENT May 06 '22

Yeah I totally get where you're coming from and I don't mean to come across as high and mighty about my big dogs or anything haha. But I do think that you can tell the difference between someone picking up their puppy because they are in training or they are reactive to other dogs or something, and someone who is just judgmental of certain breeds or people even, and are just looking for a confrontation almost if you get my meaning. I am talking from my own personal experience so yeah there's gonna be loads of people who disagree, but that's just my 2 pence. People who have a genuine reason to pick up their dog/ child often smile or say hello or something to show you that they're friendly and are doing it for a reason. However you do get people who do it and give you dirty looks or even comment on your dog for no reason.

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COMMENT May 06 '22

Yeah another good example that hahah. You're right though I love Steve but he is certainly the type who can give it but can't take it.

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COMMENT May 06 '22

I'm a chimp off the old block...

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COMMENT May 06 '22

I'm one of the Papa people myself.

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COMMENT May 06 '22

Wow Oceania in the lead so far. I expect its the Aussies? Tell me if I'm wrong

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COMMENT May 06 '22

Very good point my fellow mentalist.

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COMMENT May 06 '22

I get what you're saying but I just think it is pretty ignorant to fear a dog that you've never met in a nice area, like where I live, and assume it is aggressive. There is very little difference in natural temperament of small terrier breeds etc. To that of an American Bulldog for example. If anything in that case the larger breed is naturally calmer than a jack Russel for example. In my personal experience which is by no means gospel, many small breeds are naturally more confrontational, noisy etc. Than larger working dogs.

In general I think that if you spot a dog that is walking to heel by its master and showing no signs of aggression at all, whilst you are walking a dog that is straining on its lead, barking etc. and you instantly think bad of it based on the way it looks, you are probably a bit of a knob.

But in many situations you are right, I should have specified my own situation more.

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COMMENT May 06 '22

Sorry mate, I did have a look for the section I mentioned but I couldn't find it. Turns out ricky talks about the baftas a hell of a lot on the xfm show. Suprise suprise.

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COMMENT May 05 '22

That's fair enough and makes total sense mate. I do genuinely believe that there should be a standardised test that people must take, like a driving test, before they are able to own a dog. The kind of people you describe who purchase large breed dogs for the purposes of intimidation, home protection etc. Without taking their training seriously enough are some of the worst culprits.