May 31st 2011 7:56 pm
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I have decided to dole out daddy's punishment
for leaving his trash unattended
so I could go dumpster diving in the bedroom.
You see, this isn't the first instance
daddy's been forgetful
and tried to get me into trouble.
Oooooh no. This has happened before.
*ALMOST* the exact same situation.
So yes, for daddy's punishment
I've been pooting nasty, vile pooters at him
I've been sitting right next to him tonight.
I haven't left his side.
And all momma hears is daddy moaning
and groaning and gagging and mouth-breathing
cos of the pooters aimed his way. Bwahahaa!!! :o)
There are WMDs in my bumholey-o!
How many times yer daddy gotsta be teached dis? If he don' like STANKY Ella pooters den don' leaves po'corn bags where she can gets 'em.
Ella, you have my momma laughin her head off! You go girlfuriend!
Giggly BOL'S! Ella you make me woof my head off!
I'm really serious Ella, we could have such wonderful pooting kids together - BOL, BOL
I hope your dad is learnable soon. My dad is not very learnable either ...
Derek, those Daddy's never learn. Mommy says it's something about the defective chromosome they have.
BOL!! you get him Ella
Phooee! BOL! Ella that should teach your Daddy a lesson! BOL!
What are WMD's??
I fink dem r WEAPONS OB MASS DESTWUCTION, Sunny!!! I fink we all hab dose :D I mite be a LWD, bud I can cleer a room fast as any pup!
Weapons of mass destruction in your bum-hole! That is pawsome!! You are truly my hero, Ella!!
Oh yeah...Thanks Zaidie! BOL.
Dearest Ella, Coincidentally, the Dogster Daily Tip is about GAS!
"Everyone produces gas. This includes the Queen of England, supermodels and Weimaraners. The first thing I recommend is to accept that no matter what you do, your dog still will have gas now and then. Gas alone, in the absence of vomiting, diarrhea, lethargy, poor appetite, or failure to thrive, does not necessarily mean that your dog has a stomach problem.
However, if your dog's gas seems excessive and it a nuisance to you, consider experimenting with a diet change. Humans with flatulence issues should avoid beans, cabbage, broccoli, and any other food with a demonstrated history of exacerbating their gas. Diet is the simplest way to deal with gas in dogs as well. Easily digestible diets often lead to reduced gas. Also consider eliminating rich human foods from your dog's diet."
Of note: "consider eliminating rich human foods from your dog's diet." I must ask then SchmElla: Which Rich Humans have you been hanging out with? The Rich Humans that gave you the awful hat? I hope the food was better than the hat.
Heh heh heh...that'll learn him!!
They used to call Whitley "Baby Saddam" cuz of her pooters!!!
Phooey! Phewwwieeeee...Are Daddy's Slow Learners??????
Gma is always after Gpa to not leave trash by his chair....He's just Lucky that, Mazy has never tried any....
Not because she is an Angel...but cuz, she doesn't know what goodies are in there....I know what you can find.... I wasn't tellin' the young pupper! Kept it a Secret....Do ya think he learned his lesson,yet???? If not, keep tooting! hugs, Baby