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post #5731 of 14525
cdg navy wool pants
mm black felted wool pant
mm green l/s (may sell this size 52 fits like a 50)
post #5732 of 14525
sure your not just fat jet?
lurk lurk

Those glasses are solidly nice stazy. Robin that is absolutely ballin especially with previous coats a few pages back. Please post fit pics and waywt.

Nice sht by the way jet, except those shorts... pretty ugly if you ask me. Shoe collection is ridiculous though.
post #5733 of 14525
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cdg navy wool pants mm black felted wool pant mm green l/s (may sell this size 52 fits like a 50)
Me too! Wanna be twins? I also bought 2 non-tagutcow approved tshirts and a sweater. Pics of my purchases when they arrive.
post #5734 of 14525
Not too much lately, just a pair of GTs, a shawl neck cardigan from H&M (that's much too nice to be from H&M), and this W+H sweater:



All my time/money lately has gone into this recent purchase:

post #5735 of 14525
You used to have a nice conservative style, now you're going crazy. Interested to see how it works out. (Chronoaug) Can't wait to see that on you! How long till its fully grown and skinnable? Looks so soft. (Gavin)
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Can't wait to see that on you! How long till its fully grown and skinnable? Looks so soft. (Gavin)

Well, that's my debate...do I wait until he's fully grown so I get the biggest pelt? Or do I skin him now while he's nice and baby-soft?
post #5737 of 14525
And now I need to give him a treat and apologize.
post #5738 of 14525
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Me too! Wanna be twins? I also bought 2 non-tagutcow approved tshirts and a sweater. Pics of my purchases when they arrive.

Nice which cdg line? These are slouchy up top and taper.
post #5739 of 14525
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All my time/money lately has gone into this recent purchase:


best purchase in thread
post #5740 of 14525
In all seriousness, too cute.

He/She? What breed?
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In all seriousness, too cute. He/She? What breed?
He's a Miniature Australian Shepherd and his name is Sidney. He was about 8 weeks old when we took that photo - he was a little overwhelmed from his first trip to the park, everything was so different and new. He's a day shy of 10 weeks now and he's full of puppy energy now that he's more comfortable in his new home. And in all seriousness, my fall clothing budget was spent on him so I don't have many new purchases to report
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He's a Miniature Australian Shepherd and his name is Sidney. He was about 8 weeks old when we took that photo - he was a little overwhelmed from his first trip to the park, everything was so different and new.

He's a day shy of 10 weeks now and he's full of puppy energy now that he's more comfortable in his new home.

And in all seriousness, my fall clothing budget was spent on him so I don't have many new purchases to report

When he gets older are you going to take him herding? I've raised Cattle Dogs/Border Collies all my life, and theres nothing more exciting than watching a herding dog cutting lose on some sheep (or ducks, or cattle!).
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When he gets older are you going to take him herding? I've raised Cattle Dogs/Border Collies all my life, and theres nothing more exciting than watching a herding dog cutting lose on some sheep (or ducks, or cattle!).

The breeder we got him from encourages it and he is from herding lines...so yeah, probably. I doubt it's something we'll do regularly, but I definitely want to get him out a few times.
post #5744 of 14525
I hate dogs. I find it ironic that I enjoy an angry pussy-cat.
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The breeder we got him from encourages it and he is from herding lines...so yeah, probably. I doubt it's something we'll do regularly, but I definitely want to get him out a few times.

It's really, really, really, really fun. If you don't have time to do it yourself I would definitely send the dog to a herding training camp one summer, where basically they work on a real farm and get trained. It's great because it helps them learn patience and to channel their energy, and teaches them instance obedience: something that's definitely important when yu have ad og that can jump a 12 foot fence and likes to chase motorcycles.
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