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Old 03-02-2011, 16:38   #1
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Default Different types of vlcaks?

We all love our vlcaks (a.k.a. "chaks") but I've noticed there are different attitudes / types of them.

For example, if they're sucking everything up off the floor (toys, bones, shoes, etc.) are they chakuumes?

What about when they're in their crate and anything near it gets sucked into the little hols in the gate? Is that a chak-hole?

If they destroy an entire deck of playing cards were they trying to play black-chak (or chak-jack)?

If someone trains their vlcak in schutzhund, obedience, agility, dock diving, etc.. is it a chak-of-all-trades?

If your vlcak chews up your computer and/or cords, is it a computer chacker?

If a bunch of them are in a pile, is it a chak-stack?
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He he he very good!
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Old 03-02-2011, 22:04   #3
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Nice...

If they run around in swarms and swallow their dose of well-soaked granules in a matter of seconds, are they a school of piranchaks? Whew, hope my pups won't get a taste of blood until they are at their new homes, or one fine day I'll get skeletonized ;o)
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Old 04-02-2011, 12:13   #4
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What about when they're in their crate and anything near it gets sucked into the little hols in the gate? Is that a chak-hole?
What about when they're in their crate and something lying outside it (e.g. their big! bed) gets into pieces? Chakoudini? (Chack + Houdini)
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Are they the predecesors of the Vlcan (Vulcan) race? They have the pointy ears and the high intelligence...
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Old 02-03-2011, 21:19   #6
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If they're howling in an attempt to make music are they a chaxaphone?
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Old 03-03-2011, 01:11   #7
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Try out their chaxaphones when they listen to this "music"
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Try out their chaxaphones when they listen to this "music"
Mine doesn't . She tried to enter the keyboard, but after a couple of attempts lied down with a face expression "I'm not a fool!" She must have a slovaxphone
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