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    What is the appropriate use of a chair if the whip should fail?
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    16 Mar '19 13:25
    @entropysail said
    What is the appropriate use of a chair if the whip should fail?
    every time i've had to kiss my a$$ goodbye i found having a bit of support was very sweet...
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    16 Mar '19 14:20
    @entropysail said
    What is the appropriate use of a chair if the whip should fail?
    Put it, quickly, on the ground, extricate the sirloin tip roast of beef you have in your back pocket placing it on the seat part and run like hell for the cage door. Under no circumstances make eye contact with the beast.
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    16 Mar '19 15:15
    @entropysail said
    What is the appropriate use of a chair if the whip should fail?
    I'd say your days would be numbered! 😉 You could be on your last one if that were to happen.

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    @rookie54

    I'm too long in the tooth for hugging.
  6. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    @entropysail said
    What is the appropriate use of a chair if the whip should fail?
    The chair is to enable the lion to sit down for dinner.
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    @wolfgang59
    The trick is to keep a straight face and not make any sudden moves 😛
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    Once saw a breakfast bar stool being used to fend off a tiny rescue dog. It seemed to grow in size after baring it’s teeth.
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    @drewnogal said
    Once saw a breakfast bar stool being used to fend off a tiny rescue dog. It seemed to grow in size after baring it’s teeth.
    When I bare my teeth the only thing that grows, like when I smile, are the number of "Crow's Feet" around my eyes. 😛
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    @great-big-stees said
    When I bare my teeth the only thing that grows, like when I smile, are the number of "Crow's Feet" around my eyes. 😛
    Age will do that to a man, I am starting to notice those a bit now too!!!

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    @great-big-stees said
    When I bare my teeth the only thing that grows, like when I smile, are the number of "Crow's Feet" around my eyes. 😛
    Those are signs of maturity. 😏
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    @torunn said
    Those are signs of maturity. 😏
    Ok a nicer way to put it, but still means one is aging! 😉

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    @entropysail said
    What is the appropriate use of a chair if the whip should fail?
    Obviously, the chair is for 1) encouraging the lion to keep its distance and 2) to shove down its throat, keeping it from being able to close its mouth on you when it tries to eat you.
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    @Suzianne
    I guess it depends on the chair.
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    @wolfgang59 said
    @Suzianne
    I guess it depends on the chair.
    [youtube]hl-QR-KNwck[/youtube]
    Well, I was referring to the classic wooden kitchen-type chair one used to see "lion tamers" wield.
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