|Oscar Wildcat |
Cats prey before dinner.
|Jet Bin Fever |
My dog is a godless heathen bitch.
I vaguely remember praying before dinner as a child. I mean, *I* didn't do it, and no-one in my family did (even my Anglican grandparents, who were the only Christians in our family), because come on, right? But I sort of vaguely remember a few of my friends' parents saying prayers before dinner. I think there were two families in the neighborhood who prayed before dinner, or maybe just one - it was really weird, eating with them, but I think they stopped caring after awhile, because I don't remember seeing anyone pray before dinner since I was at least nine or ten years old. Not even on TV.
Nowadays though, I'm working at the VA, and almost everyone I know is between ten and forty years older than I am. There are a lot of people there who pray before lunch, and it's very disconcerting, because I never know if I should observe a minute of silence or just start eating or what.
God saw I was dog!
Canines of the Corn
|infinite zest |
Hey, the person saying the prayer is supposed to have their eyes closed and head down too! Di Di was just testing.
|infinite zest |
Also who's that poofy fellow on the left? I'd say Labra/Goldendoodle (?) but the tail's too short. Anyway I'm getting my parents a puppy for Christmas because they lost their poodle and I'm doing research. Needs to be hypoallergenic :)
|Mr. Purple Cat Esq. |
This is great, its like a parody of religion. The dogs are just doing what they've been trained to do in order to get food.
Hmm. When I make dinner for my dog, he runs around, spins in circles, and squeals. I think my dog might need Jesus.
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