November 23rd, 2013

Did you do that?

When the answer would be “yes”:

17 Responses to “Did you do that?”

  1. Geoffrey Britain Says:

    Far more honesty than Obama, Reid, Pelosi et al…

  2. Yancey Ward Says:

    How does a dog say,

    “Nobody is more upset than I am at reading in The New York Times about the shredded items everyone is talking about, and I promise to get some people to solve these problems of disintegrating cushions and pillows and shoes by the end of November at the latest. By November 30th, I promise (or someone does) that 80% of poop will not be eaten, nor will pillows fall apart. Period.”

  3. rickl Says:

    Did you do that?

    Whereas a cat would look you straight in the eye and say, “Yeah. So?”

  4. Yancey Ward Says:

    Yep, no such thing as a sheepish cat.

  5. Yancey Ward Says:

    It is too bad no one spliced in a piece where the owner asks his dog if he signed up for Obamacare.

  6. vanderleun Says:

    That makesme laugh more than anything in recent memory.

    Not just the dogs but the owners.

  7. vanderleun Says:

    A bunch of hangdog looks….. as in “I’d rather be hung than admit to what I did.”

  8. Michael Adams Says:

    Y’all must go to the Bookworm Room cat diaries piece, if you haven’t already.

  9. Sorta Blogless Sunday Pinup » Pirate's Cove Says:

    [...] neo-neocon offers up some serious cuteness [...]

  10. I R A Darth Aggie Says:

    Man what a violation of rights. No Miranda warning, no lawyers present during the interrogations. Terribull!

  11. NeoConScum Says:

    PRICELESS, Neo!!

    As a married Guy, I can say with assurance that those Guy Dogs are saying:”I’ll be GOOD…You’ll see, I CAN be good…Yep, I’ll change and be a better boy…You’ll be REAL PROUD, you’ll seeeee…”

    (*Whilst silently thinking:”What’s all the damned excitement about? What’s the Big Deal..? Sheeeesssshhhh..!”*)

  12. Gary Says:

    Doggie Guilt-trip-athon.

    There’s definitely a lot more going on in those canine brains than many people give them credit for: a basic idea of right and wrong, and a sense of shame–unlike the aforementioned politicians and others, who either never had one or else trained it out of themselves.

  13. I Callahan Says:

    Whereas a cat would look you straight in the eye and say, “Yeah. So?”

    That’s because dogs have consciences. Cats don’t.

  14. Waidmann Says:

    That dog who showed his teeth would worry me. Generally, when dogs show you their teeth, they aren’t smiling. Just MHO, of course.

    Waidmann

  15. MissJean Says:

    Waidmann, I thought the same thing. I have an uncle who raises spaniels and a friend who raises therapy dogs, and they’ve both had to put down dogs that started off with bared teeth and, even after intensive obedience training, ended with unprovoked attacks (on my aunt and on a colt, respectively).

    I thought it was revealing, though, how most of those people talked to the dogs. Where I’m from, we don’t ask “Did you do this?” but say “Look what you did!” That goes for children of a certain age, too – why give them incentive to lie when it’s clear that neither Mami nor Papa would climb onto the counter and break the cookie jar?

  16. CV Says:

    If they could talk I am sure it would be along the lines of:

    “Sorry that you are finding yourself in a situation based on assurances you got from me!…”

    :-)

  17. Matt_SE Says:

    @Waidmann and MissJean

    That dog thinks he’s the alpha, probably because the owner was never forceful enough. The alpha doesn’t take shit from betas.
    I have the same thought whenever I see a parent/parents at Wal-Mart that have out-of-control kids.

    That’s a lesson in tough love: a little meanness now to show them who’s boss, and they will reap the rewards of a well-regulated ego for the rest of their lives.

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