^yeah. and he first heard it when he was 8 years old and his auntie cheryl told it at xmas when she was drunk, just before she spewed on grandad’s lap and passed out on the floor with her skirt around her waist.
@5, well most Americans seem to think that fast food is okay for their kids, so why not the equivalent for our dogs?
I work retail in a pet supply store, and the most common thing I hear from people when it comes to food which is actually good for their pets is, “They don’t like it and refuse to eat it. They like “blank”. “Blank” is almost always a popular brand of dog food like Pedigree, Iams, Beneful, etc.
To those customers I always try to explain, well, I loved Burger King when I was a kid, and didn’t like healthy foods, but thankfully my mother knew better and didn’t feed me Burger King all day, everyday.
Patrick was waiting for that, “Oh, Patrick, you’re so whimsical, ol’ chap! You say the most clever and funny things. Why, you must have all the time in the world to think of crazy things to say, good friend!”
STFU, Patrick. Get a job and have less time. Dick.
Patrick’s story is all true. I used to also be a firm believer in the power of dog food, until my friends started treating me a little different. U know, like when we would go to a store they would ask me to wait by the sign post. then when they were finished, they would come out with bags full of what I could imagine to be treats for me but would never show me what they bought. The final straw wa when my roommates asked me to move into the guest cottage out back, which at first I thought was pretty cool (u know, having my own pad and all). Then after they had closed the door behind me I saw this little shit box with some fucking bitches name written on top. So I said fuck this shit. Started yelling and shitting and pissing all over the back yard, then I noticed a hole under the fence so I escaped. Fuck those people. Since then I have switched to an all potatoe diet, u know salads, fries, etc. and life is going real swell made some new friends who seem pretty decent aside from their red hair, stupid fucking accents and a seemingly no moral fibres.
Patric is probably 12 years old and probably figured no one in his age group had ever heard this joke before, even though it’s much older than he is. Hate it when people relate old jokes as if it actually happened to them.