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Some aliens came down and tried to abduct my spaniel . In the ensuing struggle it was cracked by one of their ray guns .  

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18 minutes ago, Stubby said:

Some aliens came down and tried to abduct my spaniel . In the ensuing struggle it was cracked by on of their ray guns .  

Come along Stubby, time for your nap. I must get your doctor to up the dosage of your medicine, the present stuff obviously isn't working.

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I was using the stove exactly as directed by the user manual and it just popped in front of my very eyes. Can I please now have a new one foc and I'd like a free gift to recompense me for the inconvenience 😆😋

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4 hours ago, David Cropper said:

Come along Stubby, time for your nap. I must get your doctor to up the dosage of your medicine, the present stuff obviously isn't working.

What Stubby says is true, well almost. I know this because the aliens came round mine. They asked 'what kind of dogs are those three that are napping quietly in front of the fire', poodles I said. Good, we'll abduct them they said. They then told me about their attempt to abduct a spaniel, it was bonkers they told me. However, they had a different take on what happened at Stubby's. They said, and I believe them, that when they entered Stubby's house one of them idly kicked the spaniels most favroutist tennis ball that was lying on the floor down the hall. At this point the spaniel went bonkers. It started running around at million miles an hour with its ears flapping and its tongue lolling out. Round and round it went, through their legs, all eight of them, backwards and forwards, expecting them to play with it. The aliens became confused and disorientated. Panicking they fled followed by the spaniel which by now had picked up its ball and wanted it thrown. After telling me this they made a grab for the poodles, nobody seemed to have told them to let sleeping dogs lie. Anyway, having more sense than any spaniel that's ever walked this earth, and realising the danger the world was in, they set about the aliens. In the melee my stove glass got broken. The aliens fled vowing never to return and to keep goldfish for pets from now on. You knows its true because they never did return. Have you seen an alien.

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2 of the 4 clips to hold the glass were screwed in absurdly tight.  Oddly the stove ran fine for a season, then it developed 2 cracks in the glass the following season.  screws were so tight i had to drill the things out!

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