Mon 12 Nov, 2012 09:25 am
Don't give me a bunch of epistomological crap. I won't to know if you have faith . . . faith in a Dog who doesn't care.
Well, do ya ? ! ? ! ?
Say it . . . I BELIEVE ! ! !
all the dogs i've believed in have cared
for non caring one needs to believe in cats
Gasp ! ! ! !
Blasphemy ! ! ! ! !
As ever'body know, cats is the spawn of SATAN ! ! !
dogs care about carrots
dogs care about strawberries
dogs care about where the water tastes best
dogs care about who hasn't rubbed their belly lately
dogs are verra verra caring people
Based on animal husbandry, dogs were bred to care. There is a fairly newish book about Rin Tin Tin. Apparently, only as recently as the 1890's a German aristocrat scoured Germany for the best shepherd dogs. Picking out the forebears of Rin Tin Tin, he set the stage for the German Shepherd. By WWI, Germany had the breed ready to help the men in the trenches.
Anyway, any breed today was a working dog, for some function, sometime in the past. Only today have we relegated dogs to the function of affecting companionship, which doesn't say much for the evolution of human society, in my opinion.
Yes, but they're insouciant--they don't worry about things. Anyway, we re talkin' Dog here--Capital "D" Dog.
Now, if Miller would take her sock puppet and leave, we can have a lively discussion.
they don't worry but they care
I know they do
Puppies love me, that I know.
Well, Set, these dogs are yawning because someone took the pis out of etemology.
Not exactly Clio and Bailey.
I, for one, believe in Dog. I like it with a little mustard and relish on it at the ball game.
I have met many insouciant dogs....
There was something in the paper at the weekend about it being dangerous to feed your dog grapes. My dog just lazes around and lets the birds eat her breakfast - she's never asked me for grapes - or strawberries.
Our dogs believe in eat-omology.
I shall neither bow nor givinity of a belief in Dog.
Long pant he on.
Episcopally man's bestie cannot be distempered.