Albert the Wonderdog
Regular readers will know I have a little fellah called Albert.
He’s part Jack Russell part piranha…..
His fetish is my underwear, pants and socks.
As a consequence I don’t own one matching pair of socks and,
when it comes to pants, well lets just say, if your going to buy
adult lingerie, I can save you a lot of money, and provide free
crotchless pants !
Yesterday, I took him for his annual check up from the neck up.
Top left, as soon as we got there he made for the exit
Top right, “Dad don’t let him hurt me”
Bottom right, “A needle!!!”
Bottom left, “I hate you all”
Anyway, he’s now fine and back to his barky self.
Here’s a little poem about my socks and him.
I love my socks
upon my feet
They make my
toes look really neat
They soak up sweat
or keep me warm
They smell so bad
and verrucas sore
They disappear in my
black whole drawer
But worst of all
they’re Albert’s chew
and I have to pick them
out of his poo !!
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- Dogs are the most popular animal to show up on their veterinary exam table.
- Almost 80% of practicing veterinarians are females.
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RANDOM JOKE OF THE DAY
So apparently Mary the raisin has been cheating on her husband with Dave the sultana.
Just keeping you up to date with currant affairs.
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