Friday, March 21, 2014

Friday Funny: Texts from Dog

Most of you know that I am not a huge dog fan.  I prefer cats.  Since I was a little kid, dogs have scared me.  It's not an all consuming fear, but I'm still uneasy around dogs.  However, the other day, I came across one of the funniest things I've seen on the Internet in a long time.  It was a Tumblr blog called "Texts from Dog."  Reading through them, I laughed until I hurt.  The three below are three of my favorites, but there are so many.  Some are a bit crude, and there is a fair amount of potty humor, but let's face it, it can be pretty darn funny at times.

I think the reason that I included this one above should be obvious.

While it's true that some people should never wear Lycra (me included), there are definitely some men out there that should wear Lycra, and I guess the dog in me comes out when I see one of these men, because I too "NEED TO BITE HIS ASS."

A few weeks ago, my cat HRH had a heat spot that was an abscess.  It was a nasty place on her back hip.  I took her to the vet, and they had to put a cone on her.  The poor old girl kept bumping into stuff and never could get her balance good with it, and yes, when she sat down, she looked like a desk lamp.  I felt sorry for her, but it was only for a week.  She's better now.  I will admit that HRH wearing a cone was a bit funny to watch.  Every so often she would shake her head and it'd cause her to get off balance and she'd fall over, or she'd fall asleep and not realize the extra weight on her head and fall off the bed.

I hope you will check out Texts From Dog.  You might even want to buy the books Texts from Dog or Texts From Dog II: The Dog Delusion both by October Jones.


EthanJM said...

Joe, thanks for sharing these hilarious texts. MMC. This reminds me of the old farside comics with similar sense of humor. I'm now follow that blog and laughing out loud. ❤️

Jay M. said...

Funny, funny, funny! Thanks! A great end to the week. The really funny thing is, either of my dogs could have sent these! And BTW, if you'd ever known Bear or Bullwinkle, you'd get over your uneasiness quickly. All you would have had to endure was constant licking and being stared at...they would lay down 4 feet away from a new person after licking them furiously, and stare at them as if you say "I know you don't know not to feed me, so get out the treats I KNOW you brought and FEED ME!" But always with a grin on their faces!

Peace <3

Peace <3

Will said...

These are indeed Far Sidesque. I'm lucky that I never had to put a cat into a cone -- I can't imagine what they must think has happened to them!