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SRi_Lad
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28th May 03 at 09:30   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Got a quick question for all you peeps, hope one of you can answer my question!!

When I was a kid I remember seeing white dog poo on the streets, but haven't seen one for years now! Why is this?

Someone said that it was Poodle poo, and that there aren't as many poodles now as there were then!

But there must be another explaination!

Anyone else remember seeing white dog poo??
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28th May 03 at 09:31   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

It goes white cos its dried up, i think all dog poo goes white when its sun-dried
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SRi_Lad
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Nah, it's not dried dog poo. It used to be white like tippex!!!
Ojc
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Yes, dried dog poo.

I once saw a very runny poo that was in a field and it had green bits in it.
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i know the white poo ya mean, loadsa comediens use it as a joke "what ever happened to white poo"


i reckon it was old poo, that had sat around for a while, use to see most of it, on grass meadows, etc....
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i can remember seeing my first steaming dog turd. was pure quality
SRi_Lad
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Yeah 3CM it was always on grassy areas LOL
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mestonian
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I think the thing he is asking not WHAT is white poo, but why u never see it anymore....
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cos' street cleaners are better at their jobs, and maybe cos' we're all older and don't spend as much tiome 'playing' in the grass.....unfortunately
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The reason we don't see it any more is cos there is higher crime rates nowadays, so more criminals are getting community service and cleaning it up
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quote:
Originally posted by Tom D
cos' street cleaners are better at their jobs, and maybe cos' we're all older and don't spend as much tiome 'playing' in the grass.....unfortunately


i agree, never use to be a big issue about picking up poo, nowadays u get bins especially for poo.

And yeah, we don't run round grassy fields as much.
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28th May 03 at 10:06   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

I remember it being called poodle shite too ,..

But then like u say it was very very dry - and if ever picked it up and threw it on the road, it used to like explode into dust
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quote:
Originally posted by Mikeboy
I remember it being called poodle shite too ,..

But then like u say it was very very dry - and if ever picked it up and threw it on the road, it used to like explode into dust


You are really disturing - do you know that?
Ojc
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ROLMFAO! @ exploding like dust
kz
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damn, the mistorys behind poo...
Wolfy
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albino dog poo maybe?
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I remember the white poo, I fort it was coloured from something. And I think there is less of it cos owners tend to pick up their dog poo, like its some kind of hobby, perhaps white ones are more collectable?
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quote:
Originally posted by Mikeboy
I remember it being called poodle shite too ,..

But then like u say it was very very dry - and if ever picked it up and threw it on the road, it used to like explode into dust


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i dont htink there used to be any fines for allowing your dog to poop on the pavement. whereas now there can be some nasty penaltys
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because it's all on the grass these days
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Your all talkin shite
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Time to settle this...

PRESS RELEASE
Chalky White Dog Poo
Tons of disgusting treacly black dog poo contaminates the pavements of our city streets. It looks disgusting, smells disgusting - and it is disgusting. But dog poo of earlier times was not like this. In fact, as dog lovers are beginning to realise, this foul excrement is the end result of modern artificial pet food.

"Natural dog poo - and cat poo for that matter - is mostly white powdered bone, about one third the volume of the artificial stuff," says vet Tom Lonsdale, one of the members of the Canine Health Census, a group of vets and dog lovers who are campaigning for good health in domestic pets. "The foul excrement on the soles of our shoes is indigestible cereal and bacteria, the end product of unnatural feeding. Dogs deserve pity not blame for the modern way they are fed.

"For a healthy dog and a cleaner planet, give your dog a bone. Raw meaty bones that a dog can chew not only clean his teeth, but they promote long life and vitality.

"Veterinary endorsement has enabled the artificial pet food industry to get away with its mush. Unwittingly, vets have acted as an unpaid salesforce for the multi-million pound concerns. In the future, we can expect vets to accept responsibility for their advice, all the way to the end of the product. No vet wants the streets, parks and waterways polluted by tons of putrid excrement that's three times the volume of the inoffensive natural poo.

"We will all breathe easier when vets join doctors and dentists in the call for more natural diets."


 
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