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Unfolding Nature Shop: Unfolding Nature: Being in the Implicate Order

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Re: Never trip out around a big dog
    #93246 - 04/29/00 06:45 PM (22 years, 1 month ago)

Tripping around a friendly dog can be really cool. My dog is a flat-coated retriver who is so fun to play with while tripping. She looks really cool to. Its hard to explain, but she just looks really weird while shrooming. Her hair seems to be really fuzzy and it floats off her body.


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Re: Never trip out around a big dog
    #93248 - 04/29/00 07:07 PM (22 years, 1 month ago)

I've tripped around my dogs before... one's a golden lab and the other is a boarder collie/mutt. I loved having my lab there, cause she was really soft, and it felt cool. I wa lying on the floor once, and the boarder collie walked over top of my head.... WOAH! Very trippy!!

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Re: Never trip out around a big dog
    #93249 - 04/29/00 07:40 PM (22 years, 1 month ago)

We own a multipoo thats a multese poodle mix.He is yappy around strangers but not for long.He is so cool to trip around,he looks EXACTLY like the dog from the never ending story,especially when hes running.


"Little racoons and old possums 'n' stuff all live up in here. They've got to have a little place to sit." Bob Ross.

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Re: Never trip out around a big dog
    #93250 - 04/29/00 08:50 PM (22 years, 1 month ago)

Last night i tripped 4 grams around a very weird kinda german shepard type dog. If you touch his green football, then he wants to have a tug of war with you, and if you let go and walk away, he somehow grabs your leg and trips you. He didn't bite me, we just wrestled. The dog actually got me in a headlock!!
I didn't think dog's legs can bend that way, but he manages to get both legs around your ankle so you fall. I was laughing my ass off as he tripped all my friends, and everyone was falling, with the dog barking all happy. It was an awesome experience. I think me and that dog made a connection after we hardcore beat each other up for awhile. silly dog.

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Re: Never trip out around a big dog
    #93251 - 05/03/00 06:15 PM (22 years, 29 days ago)

There's definently a reason people call dogs "mans' best friend". plus, it was interesting (read: fucking hilarious) to watch my dog after he munched a couple of big mushies and then ate my roomates dime o' greens.... i know, i know, i shouldv'e been pissed off but i've never seen the dog have so much fun before...heheh.(now if i had been in the room when she was thinking about eating that stuff, it wouldn't have happend...damn sneaky dog...) i still love that damn stash eating mutt! dogs rule... even if they eat your stash. (small price to pay to have a friend as loyal as that...)

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Re: Never trip out around a big dog
    #93252 - 05/07/00 01:49 AM (22 years, 26 days ago)

i can't wait to trip and play with my 14 week old golden/lab retriver puppy!!!! he's a smart little fucker too! he he

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The multiple troubles of man,
My brother, like slander and pain
Amaze you? Consider the heart
That holds them all in strangeness
And doesn't break.
"The Dude abides..."--jeffrey lebowski

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Re: Never trip out around a big dog
    #93253 - 05/08/00 01:00 AM (22 years, 25 days ago)

I LOVE tripping with my dog - I remember once I was on Acid and it was really good - I bought it off someone I didnt know so I thought it would be whack.

Anyways I did 5 hits - and unfortunately or fortunately either way you look at it, it was the best acid I had inmy life - My dog was my only link to reality that day - thank god she was there

Your mind and a parachute have a lot in common - they only work when open

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Re: Never trip out around a big dog
    #93254 - 05/13/00 03:16 AM (22 years, 20 days ago)

i hate triping around my dog its a foot tall fuzzy thing it wouldnt be so bad but it wont stop humping your leg


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