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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by borderer, May 11, 2010.
went out with my m:thumbup:ate and his plummers enjoyed it
A proper dog man Brian Plummer was
yes he was good:thumbup:
do you have a plummer
You and your mate putting in alot of sinks and baths then pmsl :lol: :lol: :lol:
yes got a few..............
Where did you go, farm or warehouse?
corn storage on farm..................
Got more than a few then
well farmer was happy:thumbup:
Lovely little dogs. Nice to hear about them doing the job they were bred for
Sounds like you had a productive day.
Lovely looking dogs.
No but I used to go rating with some back in my lurcher days. Got a few of his books here and can remember watching Dr Plummer catching bolted rats in his bare hands. Wish I'd had a school teacher like him.
Good stuff, my elderly mum in Somerset could do with you coming round... she has had regular infestations of rats for 6 years and the council haven't been able to solve it, even as an OAP she still has to pay £15 every time they come to put poison down, which is about every 2 months.
I am not joking but they chew the carpets in her spare bedroom and live in her roof and under the floor.... you would think in this day & age something could be done, she's 77 years old and petrified of them never mind the health risks in her own home I pulled out her fridge a few years back and it was three inches thick with rat poo behind there. Yes it was me that had to clear it up too.
I like pet rats and have had them most of my life, but wild ones are entirely different I'm afraid.
could tell ya how my nan swears by getting ridda rats... hahahahaha.
Do you want a little holiday in Somerset and help an old lady with her rat problem?
yeah no bother.
little equipment, couple o' weeks, no more rats.
Dr David Brian Plummer YouTube - TV Outtakes - Richard Whiteley and the Ferret