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The Adventures of Jelly


November 21st 2012 2:34 am
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This evening I had a very embarrassing event happen. It was dark and the lights were off in the hallway and Mommy and I were in the living room. All of a sudden our doorbell rang so I took off at top speed to bark at the door. I had to let the new interloper know that this is my house. What happened next is all Mommy's fault. If she would pick up her things then I wouldn't have these embarrassing moments. In the hallway was the swiffer floor thingy leaning against the wall and right beside the door Mommy put a big jug of ice melting stuff. Mommy says that what happened next is my fault because I have anger management issues and I just see "red" when the door bell rings and I don't think of anything else. I will let you pups decide whose fault it is. Anyways, getting back to the story....... The door bell rings and I go running down the hall towards the door. First I knock over the swiffer thingy and it goes crash, bang onto the floor. Not too good but I can live with it. Then I am going full speed ahead towards the door and "CRASH" I run head first into the jug of ice melting stuff. That hurt! It stopped me from barking. At first Mommy was worried that I hurt myself but I seem to be okay. She said that was one big crash! It took me a few seconds to regroup after that accident but I did recover and continued my barking. I think this whole accident was all Mommy's fault. Mommy has to learn to put away her stuff! Mommy says I have to slow down and learn to control my temper. Who is right?


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Barked by: Drei Snarky Schnauzers (Dogster Member)

November 21st 2012 at 3:22 am

It's totally your mom's fault. She should always make sure the pathway to the door is clear of all obstacles. A dog must bark at the door, it's the law or something!! We think she should be reported to the Dog Barking Society for cruelty!
Barked by: Cathey U

November 21st 2012 at 3:57 am

Toadally Not your fault. The peepoles need to pick up their junk. They don't like it when we leave our toys all over. Why should it be ok for them to leave stuff all over?

How 'bout a few nightlights around your place? We got sum of those.
Barked by: Hamish McDuff (Dogster Member)

November 21st 2012 at 7:38 am

It isn't your fault. The peeps need to clean up after themselves. Barking is your job. You need to protect the homestead. If your Mommy is leaving things lying around which keep you from your work, it is totally her fault. Hope you didn't get too hurt.
Barked by: Jelly (Dogster Member)

November 21st 2012 at 4:37 pm

Yea, a nightlight sounds like a good idea. That Mommy has to learn to pick up her stuff.
Barked by: ✨ Whitley ✨ (Dogster Member)

November 22nd 2012 at 4:46 am

I think your momma needs to learn to clean up!
Barked by: Wendy G

November 22nd 2012 at 7:32 am

Gud gwief!! I fink it r pwetty obbious whose falt it r!! Yur number one job r tu pwotek yur pwoperty an' yur Mommy. How da heck r yu gonna be able tu du dat effishuntwy if yur Mommy r weabin' hur junk all ober da pwace??

Yeah, nitelites r gud, tu, bud du nod wet hur furged whu r weally in charge, Jelly! It r nod da one wif 'pposable fumbs, iber! Bein' able tu werk da wemote fur da teebee r nod all dat 'portant in da gwand skeme ob fings :D

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