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Wednesday 22 June 2016 1.19pm
ShellDockley wrote:
Dogs are not allowed in the Square where the swings etc are, there are signs on the gate, yet come and see all the dogs off their leads running around barking!
When you say the "far corner" do you mean the patch of grass between 44 Nelson Square and Applegarth House or somewhere else?

Yep, the patch of grass that has a great big red poo bin. Oddly a lot of owners don't take the hint.
Wednesday 22 June 2016 1.35pm
Yep the patch of grass right near where I live! And before anyone suggests I move out I don't see why I should. I would just like the people who congregate there to be a bit more considerate. Oh and for the record I moved here before the patch of grass was granted dog toilet status!
Wednesday 22 June 2016 1.52pm
ShellDockley wrote:
Yep the patch of grass right near where I live! And before anyone suggests I move out I don't see why I should. I would just like the people who congregate there to be a bit more considerate. Oh and for the record I moved here before the patch of grass was granted dog toilet status!

I only have a little chat with the dogs, asking how their day was :-(

(and maybe congratulating them if they’ve done a good job)
Friday 24 June 2016 4.25pm
Wow! The irony leaves me speechless, but my opposable thumbs can still type!

You live in inner London, in one of the most populated boroughs, where noise pollution is at saturation point, from a constant flow of traffic, building work, and evening time revellers pissing it up, but you're bitching about a dogs barking.

Well I suggest you move to a nice quiet leafy suburb, or perhaps the Outer Hebrides. I hear there's no dogs in the latter, though I'm sure you'll have something to complain about. Maybe the wind will be too windy!
Friday 24 June 2016 5.43pm
Wow how rude!
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