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Who's a Good Boy? - Part 17: The seafront and all the nick-nack shops

Me and Peter are walking along the seafront, it’s our weekend trip away down in Devon.  The clouds are grey, and we’re all predicting rain. Peter likes the way the sea salt breeze hits his nose, I like that he likes this. 683 more words

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Who's a Good Boy? - Part 16: One Day I'll Travel Far

On the TV is a camera-cop-show, Anita and Dog are sat on the small settee watching three cop cars chase down two teenage girls on a motorbike. 774 more words

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Who's a Good Boy? - Part 15: Number 96

John Craven and three old ladies began their bidding war to move down the queue, upon the digital display is the number 54. The elderly are bickering over 87. 1,334 more words

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Who's a Good Boy? - Part 14: The ceramic elephant tea pot.

Dog and Anita are sat at the small dinning table of the elderly couple in the flat below, Samantha and Julie. Samantha is in the living room watching a Saturday night quiz show, involving four families and basic long division. 786 more words

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Who's a Good Boy? - Part 13: Missing husband, if found please return

Me and Peter are sticking up missing posters. My sister made them. The poster contains two pictures: one of Dog before he was a dog, and beside it a picture of Dog as he is now, a Pit Bull Terrier with a metal plate on the back of his head and back legs strapped in wheels.

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Who's a Good Boy? - Part 12: The barking woman in the town centre

“What do you mean gone?” Peter is on the phone with my sister in the Kitchen. She will only talk to me through him now. I feel saddened by this though glad I’m still in some sort of loop. 353 more words

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