Famous Last Words

“We’re not getting a dog.  Stop looking for a dog.  I’m not dealing with a dog.  Don’t even think about a dog.”



Thankfully, the snow is gone for now.  Happy Wednesday, Everyone.


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27 Responses to Famous Last Words

  1. My Mum said this to my Dad many years ago. He brought a puppy home when we were all out and Mum refused to take her coat off when we got back. ‘Either it goes or I do’, she said.
    I should point out that shortly before she had walked into Poole (some 4 miles) with our dog as it didn’t travel well and came back on the bus alone.
    Then pup crawled up on her lap and she was stroking his fur before she realised it and said ‘Oh, alright then’. He lived to be over 17.


  2. Jim says:

    So you got a dog I take it.

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  3. Tippy Gnu says:

    Sounds familiar to me. Like that time when a friend brought over a box of puppies and my wife looked at me and said, “We don’t have room for any more dogs, and we don’t want a dog.” Then she looked at her friend and said, “I’ll take the black one.” Such craven hypocrisy.

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  4. AmyRose🌹 says:

    Me? I am NOT getting a dog! I have enough as it is on my hands! As for snow, yep most of it is gone here too. Now for that “white” Christmas ….. figures, right? 😉


  5. Dan Antion says:

    I think we’ve had that conversation 4 time over 35 years. We still have a dog.

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  6. Garry said “No dogs.”
    Then he said “No dogs in the bedroom.”
    Then he said “She can’t put her head on the pillow.”

    One day I came home from work and Garry and Divot were taking a nap. Together. Both of them, under the covers. On the pillows.

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  7. joey says:

    Great post! My husband wasn’t too into my adoption of Sadie, either. But my therapist recommended, and he agreed I could use the sense of safety with all his military absences, so, I won.


    • Sorry for the delay in responding, Joey. Been a bit busy, as you can imagine. Dogs are wonderful therapy! I’d be lost without mine. And Cody’s a little small to be an effective attacker, but she definitely does her job at letting me know if someone comes onto the property, so I can be prepared.

      Merry Christmas, Joey.

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