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How Men and Dogs Are Alike

Guest Author - Danielle Hollister


HOW MEN AND DOGS ARE ALIKE

Both

  • take up too much space on the bed.

  • have irrational fears about vacuum cleaners.

  • are threatened by their own kind.

  • mark their territory.

  • are suspicious of the postman.

  • are bad at asking you questions.

  • pass gas shamelessly.

  • like dominance games.

  • tend to smell riper with age.

    Neither

  • of them tells you what's bothering them.

  • of them does dishes.

  • of them notice when you get your hair cut.

  • knows how to talk on the telephone.

  • understands what you see in cats.

  • The smaller ones tend to be more nervous.

~~ Author Unknown ~~

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