A travelling sales rep was driving through the countryside and spotted a nice little pub ahead and decided to pop in for a drink and a pub lunch.
He goes up to the bar and asks if they are serving any traditional roast dinners. Sure says the bartender, we’ve got a nice roast beef dinner with all the trimmings, really popular, folk travel miles for these, it’s prime beef cooked to perfection, all the traditional trimmings, roast potatoes, mash, home grown veg, and of course huge Yorkshire puddings, and delicious home made gravy,
Blimey says the rep, well impressed, ”sounds great, how much is it?"
Nine pence answers the bar tender
Nine Pence?!!! exclaims the rep, very funny, how much is it really?
Ninepence he repeats. ”oh this is ridiculous” exclaims the exasperated customer, "How on Earth can you only charge 9p for a beautiful meal like that - I want to see the manager" he demanded. ”Where is he?"
He’s upstairs with my wife, says the bartender
What’s he doing upstairs with your wife?”
“The same as I’m doing downstairs to his business!!" the bartender replied.
Sorry to be a kill joy but i dont find animals getting hurt funny.
She should be reported to the RSPCA for letting her dog get that close to an electric fence i assume there were warning signs and that's why she didnt touch it.
In addition to the fact that your energiser must meet the safety standards, you fence must also comply with a number of conditions:
You should not use more than one energiser on a fence at any one time;
The energiser’s earthing must be at least 10m away from the earthing of the mains;
Try to avoid having electric fence wires running under, or parallel to, the overground high-voltage cables or telephone cables;
If crossing is unavoidable, make the angle near the conductors as straight as possible;
If an electric fence is adjacent to accessible walking paths, warning signs must be used every 50m (which must be 200mm x 100mm, with a letter size of 25mm);
The distance between two electric fences must be at least 3m.