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to tell someone that they should pick up their dog mess and not get told "f-ck off you silly bti-ch"

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wotzsaname · 26/02/2007 18:13

just now, outside and the liitle dog is running in and out of everyones gardens and infront of cars in road. Dog not on lead, shes chatting on mobile.

Thought she might not have noticed it had done one, but wouldnt have made a difference anyway. She had no intention of picking it up.

Woman early 20's mouth like I've not heard in years.

Said she'd get the dog on me too. Tried not to laugh.

I walk my kids to school along my road and it pisses me off. FFS.

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southeastastra · 26/02/2007 18:16

blimey i'd be tempted to pick it up and rub it in her face.

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WideWebWitch · 26/02/2007 18:19

Go and ask for her name and tell her you need it to report her. It's not on, there are fines for this, it's vile. You don't need to be rude, just stay calm. Why are people so rude?

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Aloha · 26/02/2007 18:22

People are vile.

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wotzsaname · 26/02/2007 18:23

I did stay calm, she was ranting like a banshy. Leaning right into my face. I dont think she would have been willing to give me her name and address.

My dd1 is upset , as i think she could hear it. I told her to go in before I said anything.

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Bananaknickers · 26/02/2007 18:24

follow her home and drop it outside her house. Do you know I was driving down my road and a woman in her 20's came reversing around the corner and up at some speed. I tooted my horn to let her know I was there and I got the finger and loads of abuse. I sound really old. She had kids in the car

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