Wednesday, 9 February 2011

It’s the smell I can’t stand

But, of course, since dogs were banned from public places in 2007, you no longer have to come home from the pub covered in a vile canine stench.

Of course, I have nothing against dog addicts! I am a tolerant person. If they want to roll around in dog hair in their stinking homes, then good luck to them. Unless, of course, there are children present, in which case the dogs should be forcibly removed and shot. Likewise if the dog addict’s flat adjoins another. The same, naturally, goes for their cars.

7 comments:

  1. Clearly what is needed is tolerance. People should be free to keep dogs, I should be free to kill, cook, eat them and write a book of traditional korean recipes and recommend what craft pongy grog goes best with them.

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  2. I look forward to your blogpost on beer and dogmeat matching ;-)

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  3. Back in the early years of the last century, 2002 I think, Michael Jackson won a BGBW award for an article that matched beer with dog, in China that is.

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  4. It's cats I have the problem with ~ they make me sneeze.

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  5. I hope I've not missed the point. Perhaps most commenting understood but chose not to rise to the bait?

    As well as being with the anti-smoking lobby I'm also with the anti-dog lobby: http://www.of-course-blog.co.uk/2011/01/mans-worst-friend.html

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