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Thor’s Day Chuckle #2

Gotta give equal time to the dog lovers, you know, especially on Thor’s Day! And a little bit extra for the dachshund lovers in the crowd (like me), as well. So, here ya go. Enjoy!

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And as promised, today’s Doofus Dachshund

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10 thoughts on “Thor’s Day Chuckle #2

  1. Ha ha ha! It’s hilarious that dogs can have the same guilty face as a kid!

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    • I know! They are so expressive, and phooey to any scientist who says the expressions don’t really mean what we think. I don’t believe it. Dogs communicate better than some people I know, though I wouldn’t name any names. (Mark.) 😀

      Nice to see you here today, Robyn. Hope your week is going well, my lovely BFF! 🙂

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      • LOL – ( & at whoever Mark is too). 😀

        Sometimes it’s hard to keep up with who is posting what, my reader speeds by so fast on some days!

        Glad to see your having a good ha ha day – I think I have to open another one of yours about a cat. Love these crazy posts people create.

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        • I think that’s why I don’t use a reader. I have trouble when things move too fast. Mark is my husband. 🙂 He’s a great Mr. Fix-It. (If he can’t fix it, it ain’t broke!) But communicating is not something he enjoys. And that’s all I’ll say about that. 😀 I love Thor’s Day. A chance to share some of the wonderful funny graphics that I spot here and there. Always good for a giggle, eh?

          Have a great evening!

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          • And I was reminded I also have a certain interview to read too… I am on my way back later.
            How could I have not seen Mark being mentioned before? Well, he must be a good man if you chose him.
            See you again shortly, BFF.

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            • I don’t mention Mark often, Robyn. I’m usually more inclined to mention my grandkids, but on this blog, I don’t even do that too much. Over on Who’s Your Granny, they show up a little bit more. Mark IS a good man. Just one of those people who really appreciates some quality alone time. Took me a while to figure that out, and even longer to learn to enjoy some alone time, myself. But now I see how restorative that can be, and especially when I’m writing. I like silence a lot more than I used to. 🙂 And for sure, do check out Ned’s interview when you can. He’s something else, our Ned. 🙂

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  2. Felix on said:

    Funny. I love the expression and the dirty feet. I just saw one of my dachshund walking in the stream. When they do that, they get all muddy and full of sands. Meaning another shower with daddy. Seems like it’s happening every day. When one of them poop or throw up, the guilty will hide with a downcast look. The innocent, comes to me, looking like It was not me. I love my babies.

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    • I know you do, Felix. And they are adorable. I couldn’t believe how affectionate and loving with ME Pinocchio was when I visited. It can only be twenty times more so with you. They are adorable dogs! And so are Maks and Potter. But it is so hard for me to go away for more than 3 or 4 hours because of them. And they do NOT travel well. Plus, they don’t behave that well with other people. Potter gets scared and then has fear aggression, poor brain-damaged little rescue dog. Maks, of course, is just mostly loud. He loves everyone.

      Our animals! For better or worse, eh? We love ’em.

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  3. elizabeth on said:

    Hilarious! 🙂

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    • There are some really funny animal pics out there. I know they are ubiquitous, but darn if they don’t make me laugh every time, so why not pass it along? Laughing is a good thing, and Thor’s Day seems like the perfect day to make sure we are all still smiling, and the week hasn’t worn us down completely, yet. Thanks for stopping by!

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