You’d think she’d know that.
Madeline Kahn already called it in “Young Frankenstein:” “Oh my God. Woof.”
Yes, I get the point of the cartoon!
I like non sequitors when they naturally follow.
Edit: I just checked. The correct spelling is sequitur.
My speling comes and gos.
Tumescence detected … those dawgs could make for some good MDs.
Detecting and diagnosing physiological conditions like heart rate, systolic blood pressure, swollen extremities, etc.
Paging … Dr. Dawg … Paging … Dr. Dawg …
So Jack got a Bonner.
No. He got a Bonnie. Panties mentioned and she’s commando, gave him a boner.
Cold water wash for those pants she’s wearing…
“Bonner detected, take cover”
Methinks the boy is ‘bagged’! Farm girls are known for being skilled hunters!
These dogs record everything and project it by camera, right? I’d watch what I said around them… Beware of Dads bearing gifts.
“Women and cats will do as they please, and men and dogs should relax and get used to the idea.”
― Robert A. Heinlein
What’s fun is when you ask when the baby is due. My Dad’s Mom always knew when a woman was pregnant and when someone was going to die by looking at them.
I always thought is was good advice to never resume a woman is pregnant unless I actually see her giving birth. But, I’m a guy so…
My wife is the same. She used to work at an extended care facility and would come home and say, “I think we are going to lose Mr. X or Mrs. Y sometime in the next few days. And she was always right. We were in ND and my parents were in Eastern PA. One day, out of nowhere she said, “You need to go see your Dad.” I got leave and went. Dad was fine so far as I could see. A week after I left, he could no longer walk and he passed about a month and a half later, just before Christmas. How she knew, I have no idea, but I listen to what she says.
My dad was in the VAMC in Washington, DC. Went out to see him several times from Colorado in his last months. So sure was I that it would be soon, that I brought a suit & tie, and dress shoes, to the family homestead, just in case.
On the last three visits, he did this counting down thing, repeating numbers, like “78, 77, 76, 75,” then later, sequences in the 40s. Last time I saw him alive was cut short to attend my mother-in-law’s funeral in Denver the following day, he was down into in the teens.
Returning home from the M-i-L’s funeral, I received a call from my sister that my dad had passed away that morning. Shoulda have trusted my gut.
Let’s hope Zed is out of earshot… We dads tend to react badly to mentions of abandoned underwear…
I found a perfect solution to that problem:
My two sons are now grown.
Considering Sam rarely seems to wear any, it would not be unusual for her daughters to follow suit and enjoy the commando lifestyle as well
Not sure what kind of pronouns and urges the dawgs are programmed with but that boy as well as the girl better keep an eye out; we know Carl has an enormous schwanstuger (sp?) attached, no reason to think that the dawgs were denied such appendages, might come in handy doing fence duty too.
For driving fence posts, or stretching wire? Ow…
Well I meant the big south border wall, but yeah, might be able to pound a few posts as well as illegals with that thang…are they programmed to feel pain or just inflict it?
Join me if you know the words (and I bet a lot of you do):
The Wedding was
A formal one
Her Poppa had
A white shotgun
And now I have
And sixteen kids
Who call me Paw.
And back in the real world, at least what passes for real, Elon has completed his purchase agreement with Twitter. Dude with the chops to make the dawgs real now has the opportunity to make a big dent in the left’s restraint of information. Yuge.
Fox 2, I believe that was the salty Dog Rag.
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