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Rex the TV terrier 5h
Last night's pluviose weather produced today's , a vinewed and sodden piece of Maple. Due to its bulk, I had to adjust my grip to equiponderate it properly, before galumphing it home
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Rex the TV terrier Aug 10
Was feeling a bit stiff today and my staff told me to take a day off from and rest. However, when I saw this decurtate yet prepossessing piece of Tulip Polar I just had to acquire it. Being an autexousious fellow, I quickly absconded with it.
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Daniel 😐 Chipman 2h
This did convey the impression that it was particularly burdensome. Of course you,, handled the circumstances with steadfast resoluteness and deftness. I pay you my acclamations, kind Sir!
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Susan Irvine Russam 4h
Watch our gorgeous boy go with a bit of carry adjustment he’s sure not slow as he heaves this behemoth of waterlogged Maple another stick that is a Rex the TV Terrier staple with steely jaw clenched tight around its ample girth our determined boy knows it’s worth
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Rex the TV terrier Aug 15
Moving velociously for today's , a furcated piece of Oak. Lumbriciform and smooth, an aestival treat both in texture and smooth subtle flavor.
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Rex the TV terrier Aug 13
is on rain delay, so me and Dad are having a discussion about the placement of the ottoman (he says in, I say out)
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Adri Barr Crocetti Aug 17
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Mike Gamlin 5h
That’s not a stick.... this is a stick!
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MissIdgie 5h
Replying to @rexthetvterrier
I know this is , Rex, but you are also my guaranteed ! 😘
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Write For You - Climate Change is Real Aug 16
Replying to @rexthetvterrier
is a tree without place until you brought it home. Good job.
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Molly Bear Aug 17
Come & take it if you dare! 💖🐾
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Rex the TV terrier Aug 16
Today's is a dendritiform and furciferous piece of Black Walnut. I so valued this prize that I took a rapid and circuitous route home to avoid surveillance by any covetous onlookers
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Rex the TV terrier Aug 17
Today's is a bifurcated and multifarious piece of Sycamore. To convey it through the woods took experience only a daedal dog such as myself would attempt. Sycamore is such an alembicated specimen, it is worth the effort.
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Alice Clarke Aug 13
Love George's enthusiasm for returning with any size stick, even if it's bigger than himself.
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Mike Gamlin 14h
Why have a small stick when you can have a big one!!! It’s not going to be an easy walk is it. ⁦⁩ ⁦ Dexter never gives up!
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Write For You - Climate Change is Real Aug 17
Replying to @rexthetvterrier
Your is out of the woods into civilization thanks to the one, the only, Rex the TV Terrier!
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Rex the TV terrier Aug 12
Today's is cervicorn and anhydrous piece of Sugar Maple. Mesmeric in its beauty, though difficult to transport with impigrity. The extra time and care it took was well worth the effort, as this will be a lovely phalerate piece for our next project
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Rex the TV terrier Aug 9
Today's ,is a gnathically challenging piece of Red Pine. However today's story is more about my videographers cacoethes commeditor moment, in which she was larruped in the knee for being in an obstructive orientation
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Daniel 😐 Chipman Aug 17
I find today’s quite beguiling, Thank you for your beneficence!
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Old Croaky Aug 16
Replying to @rexthetvterrier
Beautiful, I love to see you rip these from the trees. You are concealing your might & power Rex!
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