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christmas cake: Pexcel nibba you're 11 but yeah that happened 2) Today at 7:25 PM Today at 7:36 PM Pex Wanna hear a secret Wanna hear a secret? @Pexcel ay at 7:36 PM Ye and So what if im 11 Pexcel Today at 7:29 PM sure Pexcel i was sarcastic, that didnt actually happen i dont believe you at all Today at 7:32 PM Today at 7:38 PM Ok here goes Are u sure its kinda fucked up @Pexcel u sure oday at 7:38 PM It did happened Pexcel ok man im sure Today at 7:34 PM Pexcel Today at 7:40 PM okay so first you've been telling me that you're drinking alcohol and getting drunk, and now you're telling me you have a girlfriend at age 11 and she showed some kid her genetalia Today at 7:35 PM Ok U see when i got my gf And i went to study for a few months When i was away guess what Today at 7:40 PM Yes I only drank a little And ate Christmas cake with it Pexcel what.. Today at 7:35 PM Pexcel Today at 7:41 PM okay man Today at 7:35 PM oday at 7:41 PM She showed a guy her v gina and shes only 11 Do u believe me now? Pexcel nibba you're 11 but yeah that happened Today at 7:36 PM oday at 7:41 PM Do u believe me now? Pexcel suer whatever lol do you wanna know my secret? oday at 7:41 PM Ok But im telling the truth Pexcel ok we established that my secret is that im making zuzu right now Today at 7:42 PM 3) Today at 7:42 PM LOL Anyways pex Me and her even now bc i did smth nearly like that Pexcel Today at 7:44 PM are you 2 fucking idiots jesus christ Imao day at 7:44 PM No oday at 7:44 PM Idated 3 girls
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christmas cake: why-animals-do-the-thing unironicallyardentnerd unironicallyardentnerd Gentle reminder to people who own pets: I know it's Christmas time so there's lots of chocolate, mince pies and Christmas cake (usually made with raisins/sultanas) around at this time of year. Please for the love of god keep them out of reach of your dog/cat, they are toxic. Even if they are completely wrapped up as a present under the tree, move them out of reach because dogs/cats can and will tear through wrapping paper and boxes to get to them l've had at least 10 dogs kept in overnight for fluids and charcoal over the last 2 weeks because they've eaten chocolate/mince pies/Christmas cake. We have a little 5 month old puppy in at the moment that won't get to spend Christmas at home with it's family because it ate a whole box of chocolates and now has to stay in for 48 hours on fluids So I don't care if you think "oh it's wrapped up, my pet won't be able to open it" think again because accidents can and do happen. And especially if it happens out of hours or over the Christmas period, it can be an even more expensive accident than usual l'd also like to add that if you're buying toys or other gifts that require batteries keep the batteries out of reach too. I really don't want to have to do emergency surgery on your dog at 10pm Christmas night because your dog managed to swallow one and now we have to fish it out of its stomach Boosting! Keep your food high above pet level and your small bits and bobs contained. Same goes for ribbons and bows off your packages - even if it's cute to let the pets play with them, they're an ingestion risk that could cause a deadly impaction. Happy pets are safe pets during the holidays
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A safe Christmas for you and your pets! 3: why-animals-do-the-thing unironicallyardentnerd unironicallyardentnerd Gentle reminder to people who own pets: I know it's Christmas time so there's lots of chocolate, mince pies and Christmas cake (usually made with raisins/sultanas) around at this time of year. Please for the love of god keep them out of reach of your dog/cat, they are toxic. Even if they are completely wrapped up as a present under the tree, move them out of reach because dogs/cats can and will tear through wrapping paper and boxes to get to them l've had at least 10 dogs kept in overnight for fluids and charcoal over the last 2 weeks because they've eaten chocolate/mince pies/Christmas cake. We have a little 5 month old puppy in at the moment that won't get to spend Christmas at home with it's family because it ate a whole box of chocolates and now has to stay in for 48 hours on fluids So I don't care if you think "oh it's wrapped up, my pet won't be able to open it" think again because accidents can and do happen. And especially if it happens out of hours or over the Christmas period, it can be an even more expensive accident than usual l'd also like to add that if you're buying toys or other gifts that require batteries keep the batteries out of reach too. I really don't want to have to do emergency surgery on your dog at 10pm Christmas night because your dog managed to swallow one and now we have to fish it out of its stomach Boosting! Keep your food high above pet level and your small bits and bobs contained. Same goes for ribbons and bows off your packages - even if it's cute to let the pets play with them, they're an ingestion risk that could cause a deadly impaction. Happy pets are safe pets during the holidays A safe Christmas for you and your pets! 3

A safe Christmas for you and your pets! 3

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