Saturday, 12 September 2009

Going through the Motions

Our Coastal Lincolnshire Wildlife holiday week involved us passing the above facility which had been thoughtfully provided for us responsible dog owners.

But who had worked out the statistics?

The quantities of canine effluent sounds absolutely enormous!

I can't begin to imagine what 8 Tonnes of Dog Shit and 40,000 litres of dog piss look like. Here's my best guess....


11 comments:

Dave said...

I'm sure you will apprecaite that I have no idea who these people are. I guess they may be broadcasters of some kind. Is one of them Terry Wogan?

zIggI said...

Rog I'm with you on this one - aaarrrggghhhhhhhhhh

Geoff said...

And the ridiculous thing is, they (and the BBC) think they're the dogs' bollocks.

Z said...

Okay. You've done it. This post and the last have rendered me speechless.

Sarah said...

LOL, hear hear....this is very good Rog. LOL hahaha

KAZ said...

I wonder how much an excrement estimator earns?
And how do they tell the difference? Do the foxes, badgers and other genuine wild life use the toilets?

Rog said...

Dave: One of them is an anagram of Wogan and Kerr.

Ziggi: There are hundreds of better choices - Stuart Maconie for one.

Geoff: True! They should both be shoved onto the Third Programme ... pronounced in an Irish accent.

Z: I must admit I'm displaying bipolar tendencies in the post department. A bit like Father Christmas.

Sarah: I've obviously touched a nerve with my piss and shit!

Kaz: I'm not sure, I'll ask the Royal Bank of Scotland. Badgers had a separate cubicle in Lincolnshire.

delcatto said...

Thank you! That brought forth a huge laugh.

Timorous Beastie said...

What I want to know is; why have they capitalized YOUR? Is it only YOUR dog that shits?

Rog said...

Delcatto: Hallo and welcome! You must know this area of your county of Grimblebyshire.

Timorous: THEY must have seen too many Kitchener posters and are trying to make YOU feel self conscious and guilty.

Betty said...

Eight Tonnes of Dog Shit and 40,000 litres of dog piss? That's what you hear coming out of their mouths in an estimated week's worth of broadcasts. Then they recycle it a week later. The BBC is an environmentally aware employer.