That is a bad dog. When it snows as high as a dog’s ass some dogs are smart enough to circle around and trample some snow down before taking a shit. But some dogs just shit in the high snow and get it in their ass-fur. Then they wonder why you are holding them upside down scraping their fur with a butter knife. Then you have to tell your wife you had a nutella sandwich. Damn stupid dogs.
Sadly, this is not unheard of… one of the ‘apparent homeless’ in our area was recently interviewed after being seen driving a new Cadillac to his ‘corner’, and he admitted earning over $100k a year panhandling… all tax-free.
In Spain you can find the so-called “gorrillas”, guys who will “watch” over your car when you park it for just 1-2€. If you don’t pay, you’ll probably find a scratch in your car and they will know nothing about it. After they have finished their “shift”, you can see them leaving in a brand new car…
‘baise-toi, paie-moi’ has a certain ring to it. unless it was the kind of beret that required some lennon glasses, a pair of doggy bongos (congas would be too big for labrador paws to handle), a quart of hash and a bong…. i’d pay to see that.
for the record, i don’t like labradors and retrievers either. when i conjure up an image in my head, they’re either asleep by a fire, eating a mars bar, or being put to sleep because they’re lame in all four legs and the head. now i have to add playing the bongos to that list. finally some positive press for the labrador.
Let’s have a Rapin Party! We’ll make invitations and say “Come to our party, we’ll be rapin all night long, the most talented rapers will be here!” We can invite that dog and say, “Here’s the part where I fuck you.” And then 12 minutes later we’ll say, “And here’s the part where you pay me.” And then we rob him.
we don’t have diminutives in english per se, so it’s hard to explain.
‘-chen’- in german (depending on region), ‘ito/ita’ in spanish (i think? don’t speak it) like coronita instead of corona(?) and ‘-ino/ina’ in italian. saying ‘a shortened version’ is confusing; basically when a noun is suffixed by these…. suffixes(!) it means a small version of whatever you’re talking about.
There’s a homeless man that stands at the highway on ramp by our house daily. Hubby swears he’s not actually homeless and says he’s seen him talking on a cell phone. I didn’t believe him, until I saw this.
june – i usually get ‘petal’, ‘flower’ or ‘treacle’; never ‘treasure trove’. thanks.
i like starting up conversations on day or two old threads. they get overlooked. it’s very private. like huddling together in the shell of a building in a bombed out city. looks like you, me, defective and the american apparel girl are the last people left on earth….