Bitch on the Blog

January 14, 2014

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Filed under: Amusement,Animals — bitchontheblog @ 12:44
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As some of you know I am not particularly competitive. Which is not good. It’s a short coming.

My point being?

My point being that bloggers tend to preen themselves on how superior they are. If the world were like bloggers make themselves out to be we’d be thrown out of paradise because God would be so bored. All of you paragons of virtue:  I am not a dog. Which reminds me: Had startling thought this morning whilst watching a man walking his dog. It’s a dog’s life. If you are a dog. You are supposed to be at heel and even if you are too big to fit a New York woman’s handbag you’ll never be higher than the knee of the one who has you on their leash. Unless you are a Doberman.

Thank dog I am not a dog waiting for a stick or a biscuit to be thrown – at my owner’s discretion.

Enjoy your walk.

Hugs and hisses,

U

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3 Comments »

  1. Great Dane? Irish Wolf Hound?

    ‘It’s a dog’s life’ has always seemed to me to be a banal saying. I am currently tryingto emulate a cat’s life.

    Comment by magpie11 — January 14, 2014 @ 16:36 | Reply

  2. A paragon of virtue? You can’t have been reading my blog carefully enough, or you would have noticed my 101 neuroses, shortcomings and stupidities.

    Comment by nick — January 14, 2014 @ 21:13 | Reply

  3. There is a saying (just because we know how much you love trite sayings): “If only I could be half the man my dog thinks I am” and having noticed that dogs are pretty loyal like that, I would suggest that dogs begin reading all these blogs of such preened, superior folks. I’m guessing the dogs would be far more impressed than cats as blog readers…

    But alas – dogs cannot read. Maybe that’s a good thing.

    Comment by Phil — January 15, 2014 @ 01:42 | Reply


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