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    Liking the new signs we are seeing here in France. 20190531_065502.jpg

    Up to now they seem to be working.
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    Love the fact that the French so unused to picking up poo, that they have to include diagrams to tell people how to do it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clunegapyears View Post
    Love the fact that the French so unused to picking up poo, that they have to include diagrams to tell people how to do it!
    Well the diagram(not the message) is saying the dog should not be shitting at all.

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    Hopefully it won't end up like here where little plastic bags of poo are left hanging from every tree, bush, fence and stile gate latch or just placed on the ground in the middle of footpaths and left to rot for eternity. The British are obviously so stupid that they think this is preferable to kicking the poo into the undergrowth and leaving it to decompose naturally if they're too lazy to actually carry the little bags to a bloody bin!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nicholsong View Post
    Well the diagram(not the message) is saying the dog should not be shitting at all.
    My dog cannot read English so the instructions in French would be lost to her, she would just ignore the diagram


    The same diagram is on a lot of signs here but it is followed by telling you to pick it up if your dog fouls the grass, you cannot stop a dog doing it
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    about three year ago when at Mrs R's house near Poitiers, middle age daughter along with her elderly mother were heading to their allotment, with dog in tow. Dog stops at drive entrance, drops his load, then carries on, so do both ladies. They actually looked at the steaming load and walked on.

    Mrs R shouted at them, they ignored and carried on. She knew them, they lived in one of her grannies old houses just off village square. Mrs R then grabbed a bag and picked up the steaming load, then off to their house, where to steaming load was deposited on their door step.

    You gotta fight poo with poo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by runnach View Post
    about three year ago when at Mrs R's house near Poitiers, middle age daughter along with her elderly mother were heading to their allotment, with dog in tow. Dog stops at drive entrance, drops his load, then carries on, so do both ladies. They actually looked at the steaming load and walked on.

    Mrs R shouted at them, they ignored and carried on. She knew them, they lived in one of her grannies old houses just off village square. Mrs R then grabbed a bag and picked up the steaming load, then off to their house, where to steaming load was deposited on their door step.

    You gotta fight poo with poo.
    The other trick is to wait till the offenders are indoors. Place the poo wrapped in newspaper on the doorstep, light the paper, ring the bell and run. Immediate reaction on opening door is to stamp out the fire.

    Job done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deneb View Post
    Hopefully it won't end up like here where little plastic bags of poo are left hanging from every tree, bush, fence and stile gate latch or just placed on the ground in the middle of footpaths and left to rot for eternity. The British are obviously so stupid that they think this is preferable to kicking the poo into the undergrowth and leaving it to decompose naturally if they're too lazy to actually carry the little bags to a bloody bin!
    Except of course for those of us who pick up the bag on the way back, take it home & bin it.

    I have seen 2 ignorant sods pick up bags &
    1. Chuck it into a field of sheep
    2. Kick it into the ditch


    Both of them were neighbours of mine & knew i walked that way multiple times a day.
    =^..^=
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    Quote Originally Posted by nicholsong View Post
    The other trick is to wait till the offenders are indoors. Place the poo wrapped in newspaper on the doorstep, light the paper, ring the bell and run. Immediate reaction on opening door is to stamp out the fire.

    Job done.
    Aye, done that one before when a lad
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