Midday Palate Cleanser

“What a tool,” laughed Muffin the cat:

That’s a good boy who clearly has run into that Hard Air before.

(H/T Scissorhead Purplehead)



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4 Responses to Midday Palate Cleanser

  1. glitterbug says:

    I love dogs, but some of them are not very bright. We had a loveable black lab who got knocked up. Baby sister had to keep one of the puppies and it was the dumbest dog I’ve ever dealt with. Mama even tried getting her lost in the woods a few times and ignored her as much as possible.


  2. jetsam359 says:

    We should pause for a moment before making fun of the pooch. You never know what he had to endure as a pup. My dog Rosa (technically my wife’s dog) was tormented by her previous owner (a guy) who lead her to distrust men in general. When we rescued her (maybe the other way around) we knew she had trust issues. She bonded with Cindy T fairly quickly, but it took me months to get her to accept me. And even now four years later she still has panic attacks usually involving me. Even better, she loves children. The adoption lady said that she was caught near an elementary school, begging children for whatever food they could spare. She has always had a fetish for chips. On the whole she’s been a good addition to our household, and is really a sweet dog…

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    • ali redford says:

      🙂That’s what I was thinking, too. We took my in-laws’s doggy when they moved into an apartment. We already had his brother-a good, good boy, and very sensible-and a dachshund doggy who was a genius, so the new brother was already working from a disadvantage. He really didn’t seem to get very much of anything, but was a nice guy. He never came when called, and generally wasn’t very responsive. Turns out he was deaf. In-laws had rescued him from people who played catch with him as a pup, but in-laws had no idea he was deaf, just kinda dumb, though he never got hit or shot (they lived in the country in Northern OK.)
      I don’t think these people in the video abuse this doggy, other than I bet the doggy doesn’t appreciate them laughing at him for trying to take care of his nose… 🙂

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  3. My dog Tikka will do something like that…our house has a perimeter fence around the whole property, so we have a big rolling gate across the driveway to open when we park (when we bought the house we joked (half-joked 🙂 to the RE agent that we’d been so lucky to find a huge yard for our dogs that happened to have a house on it for us.)

    The dogs love the huge adventure of running out to greet me, and jumping in the car for the exiting 25 foot journey from the street into the driveway. Delilah will come bounding into the car when I open the big gate, but Tikka waits for me to open the walk gate right next to it to get in.

    Weird dog.

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