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   xoxoxoBruce  Friday Apr 16 01:37 AM

April 16, 2010: Spotty or Pongo?

The article say this cross between a Dartmoor pony and British Spotted pony, is named Spotty.
But the caption under one of the pictures says, "The newborn foal - real name Pongo - has been spotted on running about Dartmoor".



Whatever his name, he's young and tender.

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Adak  Friday Apr 16 06:55 AM

Eat poor little Pongo/Spotty ?

You know you're going

straight to hell

right Bruce?



rditlkustoleit  Friday Apr 16 08:14 AM

Fixed it...



Shawnee123  Friday Apr 16 08:18 AM

Hey, even his little wee wee is spotted.

Brits, is that where you get Spotted Dick?



Hillrick  Friday Apr 16 08:38 AM

Still waking up when I read this and at first glance, I knew you were talking bout the odd looking pony, it looked like you said it was a cross with a Dalmatian. Thanks for the very odd mental image, you guise should be over at /b/.



Sundae  Friday Apr 16 09:15 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Adak View Post
Eat poor little Pongo/Spotty ?
There's a restaurant in Edinburgh that has recently put horse on the menu.
Just saying...


DanaC  Friday Apr 16 09:40 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Shawnee123 View Post
Hey, even his little wee wee is spotted.

Brits, is that where you get Spotted Dick?
Yes and No. I think the word 'dick' comes from a German word meaning piece. But the word also may mean 'pudding' which itself is an archaic slang term for prick.


Gravdigr  Friday Apr 16 01:23 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by rditlkustoleit View Post
Fixed it...
[B.C.]PONIES GOT COCKS![/B.C.]


Spexxvet  Friday Apr 16 01:46 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Gravdigr View Post
[B.C.]PONIES GOT COCKS![/B.C.]
Was that originally "clams have feet"?


rditlkustoleit  Friday Apr 16 04:00 PM

Brits, is that where you get Spotted Dick?[/quote]

Hmmm... Spotted Dick.
We keep this can in our kitchen. It's a great reaction grabber.



rditlkustoleit  Friday Apr 16 04:04 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Shawnee123 View Post
Hey, even his little wee wee is spotted.

Brits, is that where you get Spotted Dick?
Hmmm... Spotted Dick.
We keep this can in our kitchen. It's a great reaction grabber.


Adak  Friday Apr 16 07:20 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Sundae Girl View Post
There's a restaurant in Edinburgh that has recently put horse on the menu.
Just saying...
The Scots have always been such epicureans ===> Haggis!


DanaC  Friday Apr 16 07:35 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Spexxvet View Post
Was that originally "clams have feet"?
"Clams got Feet!"

and

"Clams got arms!"


DanaC  Friday Apr 16 07:35 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Adak View Post
The Scots have always been such epicureans ===> Haggis!
Haggis rocks.


monster  Friday Apr 16 11:13 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by DanaC View Post
Haggis rocks.
...people's guts.


ZenGum  Friday Apr 16 11:52 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by DanaC View Post
Haggis rocks.
...sausage rolls.


Adak  Saturday Apr 17 08:56 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by DanaC View Post
Haggis rocks.
We should be grateful for it - it's so much fun watching the tourists turn green.


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