Hoodad and I furnd a lickle Cornish stream 💦, but it turns out some of its watails originate from a padsit (hoomans call them “adits” from an ancient fanguage, Latick: “aditus”). Anyway, in old Cornwoof (c. 2100 dog years b.p. - befur pee) digging howles was all the rage, and if one were to hind anything woofwhile, one could sell it for bagfuls of kibble 💰🍗🍖. Most curmmonly, Cornsniff floofs would turn pup the two muttals coppaw and tailn - ideal fur identiflea tags 🔗and early dinner bowls 🍲. But digging howles by paw 🐾 ⛏in old Cornwoof was a treat-cherous undogtaking, as the watail 💦levels could rise snappily, and flood the howles 😱 - you pawbably will have seen this happen on the smellovision series Poldog, where the snapless collie, Lord Fursniff Poldog, drowns at Heel Gruff 😢🏭. And so, befur pumps were avaikibble, padsits were dug by paw 🐾 through the solick grrranite - full collie-height drainage channels for the howles. Some of them were mutts and mutts long, deep undoground. The exit to this one is vislable on the last furto, still draining watail 💦from coppaw howles that are hundruffs of years old.