Ramsey wants you to forget about white and gold dresses and black and white llamas.
Ramsey has something he wants to tell us.
Are you paying attention, Internetters? Ramsey is speaking!
Of course, Ramsey is just a super-cute Husky pup. But he sure has a mouth on him!
Look, we’ve all been there. You’re home, you’re hungry, and someone in the house left a bowl of delicious food completely unattended. Hey, if they’re not going to eat it, that’s not your problem. Guy’s gotta eat!
So you stick your face in there and go to town. No problem, right?
Our hero Ramsey was just eight weeks old when he stole a bowl of food from his human’s roommate’s dog. So Ramsey’s human, Kayla Cagnola, as told to the Huffington Post in an email, gave Ramsey a little talking-to herself.
That’s when Ramsey decided to talk back. And the rest is ridiculously cute Internet history.
“When we told him to stop eating it that’s when he started ‘talking,'” Cagnola wrote. “I guess he was trying to tell us that he was mad at us for not letting him eat the other dog’s food!”
At first, it appears Ramsey is trying to explain to Kayla the finer points of eminent domain. Either that, or he is saying, “Finders keepers, losers weepers!”
And after a bit more protestation, Ramsey finally sees the error of his ways and clearly — yes, I said clearly — says the words, “I’m sorry!” then bends over in his human’s arms and offers a contrite snout-to-snout apology to the aggrieved doggy.
At that point, as best we can tell, an introspective Ramsey says, “Ah, well,” a couple of times before Kayla is overcome with laughter and the clip ends.
As of Tuesday, the video clip had nearly 4 million views on YouTube. We all anxiously await to hear what Ramsey has to say next.
Via Huffington Post
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About the author: Jeff Goldberg is a freelance writer in Quincy, Mass. A former editor for MLB.com and sportswriter for the Hartford Courant who covered the University of Connecticut’s women’s basketball team (Huskies!) and the Boston Red Sox, Jeff has authored two books on the UConn women: Bird at the Buzzer (2011) and Unrivaled (2015). He lives with his wife, Susan, and their rescue pup, Rocky, an Italian Greyhuahua/Jack Russell mix from a foster home in Tennessee, hence the name Rocky (as in Rocky Top).