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Della Cirque
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Birthday:
Jan 8, 1973 (Age: 46)
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Della Cirque

Vaping Master, 46, from Deep East Texas

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Della Cirque was last seen:
Jun 15, 2019
    1. lostknitter
      lostknitter
      Happy Birthday Jen!!!! Hope you have a great day.
    2. Delilah718
      Delilah718
      [​IMG]

      May your New Year be Happy and full of Blessings!
    3. unsure
    4. rstreet55
      rstreet55
      happy holidays to you too! [=
    5. tmcase
      tmcase
      Merry Christmas to you and yours.
    6. Sterno
      Sterno
      thank you della merry to you to
    7. olwildbill
      olwildbill
      Merry Christmas Jen hope You have a special Day!!
    8. Rhapsodies Fire
    9. stravaigin
    10. nerak
    11. unsure
    12. Off Topic
      Off Topic
      I've lived with two poodles. They are not dogs. They are small people with fur. They understand english just as well as you do. They may act like they don't, trust me, it's an act. If they act stupid, it's an act. Dealing with a poodle is like living with a strong willed child. They will try every psyc trick they can.

      Personally, I think they have been bred to be too much like us. Normal "dog" personality is easier to live with. But, they lack the subtle complexity of the poodle nature. My wife is going to be a wreck when this one passes. She wants a standard next. Perhaps if I can get a hand in the early training of this one it won't try my patience so much...

      Facinating animal. It just isn't a dog.
    13. FeistyAlice
      FeistyAlice
      Poodles are very misunderstood mainly because of the "evolved" working cut that most people think is just for looks. They are some magnificient creatures and really tough dogs. I've never met one I didn't like except for those snappy little beast that are so mis-bred. Come on over and visit all you want in Reoville. You know that Rob is soon releasing the 18690 Woods? I have three ordered with 801 fittings, the only orders he is taking. The rest will go up on his site, about 200. The Woods are the be all-end all as far as comfort. My DH can only use the rounded woods because of his arthritic hands. I just picked up a Walnut/walnut, used Woodvil, from classies, today, and just loaded it. This is my first Walnut and I'm thinking it might just be a good "workhorse." It's not nearly as heavy as I thought walnut would be. I have purpleheart but they are original 1st and 3rd generation so I've eased off on putting them through "torture." Good to "talk" with ya. Alice
    14. DownOnTheFarm
      DownOnTheFarm
      Thanks for my first visitor message! I'm out between Cushing and Central Heights, so we're practically neighbors. So cool to meet another local vaper. I still haven't ran into another vaper around here in real life, except those who I introduced the idea.
    15. LPacker79
      LPacker79
      I would love a standard! I much prefer big dogs, this is my first little one. I got her from another groomer that couldn't afford to keep her any longer. She's a brat, but so stinkin cute I have to just laugh at her.
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    Birthday:
    Jan 8, 1973 (Age: 46)
    Location:
    Deep East Texas
    Occupation:
    pastry chef
    Smoker for 22 years, PAD for 20. I am so thrilled to not be smoking analogs! I have tried numerous times to quit and believe this is finally the answer to get me off the cancer sticks for good.

    All things poodley & pastry

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