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AJ_sXe

Photo Location Game

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Well I do take after me uncle don't I ;)

Coincidentally though, I do actually have a distant uncle Clive somewhere on me old dear's side of the family

As for the dogs, if films are anything to go by I'll just throw curry powder everywhere :D

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Apologies to all for taking this thread off topic by the way

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Dogs smell everything individually, we smell food and go 'mmm, nice curry/chilli/roast etc.', dogs smell every ingredient seperately.

The films lie, they can disregard smells and concentrate on the one they want.

Jacobson’s Organ

Inside the nasal cavity and opening into the upper part of the mouth is the final piece of the dog’s scent-related puzzle, the remarkable Jacobson’s Organ. Jacobson’s Organ is a “sense of smell” receptor that is actually not receptive to ordinary odors. Rather, the scenting nerve cells of the organ are quite different from those in normal olfactory tissue in that they respond to a range of substances that have large molecules, but often no detectable odor.

The sensory cells of Jacobson’s Organ (which anatomists claim are unlike any other nerve cells) communicate not with the olfactory bulbs and cortex, but with the accessory bulbs and the part of the brain that coordinates mating and other basic emotions. In fact, recent evidence suggests that the two separate but parallel systems of odor detection cooperate in surprising ways to produce novel sensibilities not achievable by either of them on their own.

The primary function of the Organ is to detect pheromones, which then provides both sexes with information as to the availability of the opposite s*x for breeding. Additionally the Organ is apparently able to detect other, normally undetectable, odors – odors that may enhance the newborn’s ability to find its own dam, for example. Search and rescue dog handlers notice that many of their dogs lick the air, as if to give additional input into their “scents-ability.”

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Lmao knew you was gonna come out with that.

I was just on about when cool hand luke dashed curry, pepper n chilli powder around then when the dogs tried to get it scent they had a fit sneezing.

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Ha ha you guys make me chuckle!

Natural hunting ground

I'm confused!! :wacko:

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I think that may have been from an earlier challenge mate, the current one is

A Photo Of Your Car In Front Of A Hospital

(72 hoursStarting from 9.50pm) 24/09/12)

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Natural hunting ground

It's the chicken hospital they come out so much better than when they go in

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Ha. Chicken hospital. I only have savernake mental health institution near me though...

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Come on Boys and Girls, there's Hospitals everywhere.

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Lol, getting a tad nervous Clive?

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Come on Boys and Girls, there's Hospitals everywhere.

I'm exempt from all challenges as I now drive a Skoda...

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Lol, getting a tad nervous Clive?

I seem to remember you still have an outstanding forfeit. :P

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I'm exempt from all challenges as I now drive a Skoda...

I thought that was just for work - you still have the fiesta right? :o

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If I was allowed to do it in a Chevy then you're fine in a Skoda.

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Being such an established and well respected FOC member Nath, I say carry on! :D

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A Photo Of Your Car In Front Of A Hospital

(72 hoursStarting from 9.50pm) 24/09/12)

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Bump oh wait its been 4 days fore fit needed

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Swine.

I'm sure its been done on purpose. :o

You'll have to wait until Sunday as I don't have access to a v#####ll until then.

Really!? Nobody could find a smegging hospital?

I hate you all.

Not really.

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Oh seriously? I thought this would have been done by now. I am so sorry Clive :(

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A bit of humility is good for me.

I just have to swallow my pride and sit in a V#####ll i suppose.

I'll probably have a bag on my head though. ;)

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Tbh none of my friends or family even own a vauxhall. Too cool you see B)

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My family neither.

Focus, fiesta Mk7, fusion 3, escort and a ranger.

Bought the fusion for my parents to get them away from a crappy Astra estate.

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