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  • curmudgeon
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    I saw some white poo the other day. Leeds United they were called.

    (B'dum tish, I'm here all week)

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    Originally posted by tulip View Post
    I saw some white dog poo on Monday.
    tulip
    You should have bagged it up and put it on ebay. I've lost count of how many threads I've come across with people reminiscing fondly about white dog poo

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    Originally posted by kazboot View Post
    Do they do them in lilac I wonder!





    Guess which one would get the blaim for the after effects of those bright green dog chews going cheap in markets

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  • kazboot
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    Originally posted by rossobantam View Post
    blimey a blue-rinse poodle!
    Do they do them in lilac I wonder!

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  • rossobantam
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    Originally posted by ClaudineJones View Post
    Yep, bones do it for mine. It was white poodles who were the alleged culprits round my way in the 70's. Must have been hard being the only white poodle owner in the area
    blimey a blue-rinse poodle!

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    Yep, bones do it for mine. It was white poodles who were the alleged culprits round my way in the 70's. Must have been hard being the only white poodle owner in the area

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  • tulip
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    I saw some white dog poo on Monday.My colleague looked at me like I was weird.I squealed "O-M-G!White dog poo!"She didn't even know it went white.

    tulip

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  • rossobantam
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    had to Google 'chalfonts'


    lol

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  • Danny
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    Ate the best part of a jar of Beetroot a few days ago (along wiv some Spam) and a day later was very alarmed to see I had pink poo!

    Was flapping wiv thoughts of having bowel cancer or really serious chalfonts when I remembered eating the Beetroot ( phew! )

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  • justkim
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    Originally posted by RudeKid View Post
    White dog poo was caused by the level of calcium in old school dog food, in the mid 80's the recipee changed removing most of the Calcium, thus no more(not as much) white dog poo.

    And as an add on to that...

    If a dog eats a bone it will make its poo white.... Maybe people dont feed dogs bones so much nowerdays

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    When I was little I thought white dog poo meant they'd eaten fish, so if that theory were correct if they ate salmon it would be pink poo.

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  • Mulletino
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    One of the perks of living in Australia as that we still have white dog poo.

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  • alicia_NORM
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    Back in London in the 70's what we thought was white chalk was in fact poo! There was a lot of it about!

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  • Austin 1100
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    I remember seeing loads of that stuff in the 70s as well! Had to be something in the dog food back then.

    Another thing I remember were those black exhaust marks along walls where cars were parked, I used to call them "sooty backfires" lol!

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  • Danny
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    I always thought it was down to worms and nowadays people are more careful about worming their pets cos of awareness of causing blindness in kids

    But my granny always claimed it was white cos thats how it comes from poodles and thats how you knew someone nearby owned one!
    Last edited by Danny; 31-03-2008, 15:13. Reason: mis- spelling

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