a great work of poetry
Doggo has done me a Shakespeare
That...that was beautiful. 😪
Why he lick me
These 'bad grammar cute animal' poems are interesting. It's like making a new form of art
@CrazyManInaBox, it started with a really famous Redditor named Poem For Your Sprog doing a poem from the viewpoint of a cow. And now it's getting even better.
I lik da towst
Fun Fact About Rattle Snakes: If you walk up to them in an attempt to lick them, you're almost guaranteed to get bitten.
Sometimes I lik the toast
Semi-relevent comment: So my father and I this weekend decided that if my dog (a 12 year old English pointer) does not get better within the next two weeks we have to put him down. He was such an energetic dog because that's just how his breed is, but for the past two weeks that I've been away from home (I live on campus) his whole entire lower body is deteriorating and is almost nothing but bone while his upper body is just fine. He can barely walk and if he does, he would occasionally switch which hind leg he walks on. He's also depressed and doesn't want to get up unless he has to urinate and even then I have to carry him outside since he can't really walk. If any of you know what could be wrong, please let me know. We've also taken him to the vet already and they weren't completely sure. Sure enough as it is, I'm crying as I type this because I just love my pooch so much and I don't want him to die yet. He means so much to me and I feel like a part of me will die with him.
@CreamyPie, He's also my first dog as well and I was the one who convinced my parents to get a dog even though they hated them. I'm currently 21 and I don't know why, but this is hurting as much as when my grandmother was passing away. I'm glad that I have this community to keep my spirits up even though I don't comment as much anymore (been here since the "jewjutsu" update) and I just wanted to let you guys know that I love all of you and truly appreciate what you guys bring to the table.
@CreamyPie, Also, sorry for the long post.
@CreamyPie, there will come a time when it's best just to say goodbye and let him go. It's going to be a very sad moment, but he needs you to take the pain away and give him peace. He will always be with you in your heart.
@CreamyPie, Sorry about your doggy, my dog is also 12 and she's the dog I grew up with, I couldn't imagine losing her. I just lost a maremma sheepdog I knew for a year, and even that hurt worse than losing my grandparents and 2 cats. It has to happen eventually, but it's always too soon.
No tred on snek!
Is that dog the reincarnation of Steve?