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how sad is this by johnnythemonkey on 30 November 2006 11:02am
 
I would never allow my daughters to have pets.Every time they asked if they could have this or the other,Iwould tell them only a pet that does'nt shit.My eldest bought a hamster about a year and a half ago and never cared for him since.I love the wee bugger!(thats the sad part)I like to pretend I,m a "tough guy".HIs name is Stuart and he is lovely.Does'nt talk though.Retard
 
Re: how sad is this by Sophie-Louise on 30 November 2006 1:38pm
 
LOL!

aren't hampster's really smelly?!
 
Re: how sad is this by johnnythemonkey on 30 November 2006 2:14pm
 
No! wee stuarty boy is lovely.He lives in a little bus inside of his cage.His whole world revolves around hiding food(can only be from himself). Also he places favourite titbits in a corner,then pisses on them.So I am wrong, he is a disgusting little beggar.But I love him!!
 
Re: how sad is this by Sophie-Louise on 30 November 2006 2:21pm
 
hahahahaha!!! you are very funny!
 
Re: how sad is this by arty_farty on 30 November 2006 2:23pm
 
awww, hampsters are crazy animals. my brother's 1st one used to run round the cage upside down and the second one ate part of dad's shirt during the night.
 
Re: how sad is this by intrepid on 30 November 2006 3:23pm
 
My hamster was a girl but we called her "George" and always refered to her as "him". If you tapped lightly on the wall of his (eventually vast) Habitrail complex he'd come through various tubes to see you.

Several times got out of his cage and couldn't get back in, so in that desparate situation he'd have to find himself a new place to shack up in. One morning we found him in a drawer
which he'd spent the night furnishing with vitamin pills, Lego pieces and other small, hamster-appealing objects that he'd found all over our downstairs.
 
Re: how sad is this by johnnythemonkey on 30 November 2006 4:36pm
 
Re, my little stuarty.I had this favourite leather jacket(now deceased)and I put it on but was amazed by the mysterious frayings in the lining.It was only days later that I remembered that I put it over Stuarty's cage, to silence his gnawing of the bars. He chewed it to bits! His "mum" told me I deserved it!Does anyone understand how much we love our cherished, but past it leather jackets!I'll kill that hamster!
 
Pygmy Hippopotami as housepets by Lounge Trekker on 30 November 2006 8:42pm
 
Sad way to learn about hamsters, Johnny! I gotta admit, when my stepdaughter had neglected rodents for pets, I looked after them like they were little pieces of gold. They'd get a few minutes in my lap, or up my sleeves or climbing across my chest. I felt grief when I had to bury them.

I'm seriously condsidering getting another Guinea Pig. We had a Guinea Pig, named Rupert, and he was a lot of fun. Of course, Lounge Trekker does nothing half way. In the summer I had built a 3 x 5 foot cage for him and our rabbit, Madge. They had nice days outside then were in for the night. They were even allowed out of their cage to run on the carpet. Bruno loved this...little tasty treats all over the house!

I already have a few Pygmy Hippopotami loitering around the house. That's OK, just one problem...just when I really need it, I find the damn things have eaten all my clag!

Lounge Trekker
 
Re: how sad is this by johnnythemonkey on 1 December 2006 2:14am
 
I'm starting to believe in the Pygmy Hippos.You could actually be mad enough!
 



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