Fido and Spot also chose you Myster Wynter. I guess you'll be taking those two home as well. And there are actually 37 other dogs in tiny cages all choosing you at this exact moment. Enjoy!
Awful Animal Shelter worker: "But that's not all! Today is BOGO Day, so take another dog! And how about your lady friend, Mister Big Nose? How many for her?"
Today's Boldface Haiku is titled"But What Will Toby Think?"Me, disagree?Settled!New dad!
This reminds me of when I was at dinner a few nights ago, and the triple cheeseburger with loaded bacon curly fries chose me. I was of course powerless to refuse.
And on their way home, they skid into a mailbox because Mary didn't follow through on getting those new tires..
Jimmy Durante aint got nothin on Mr. Wynter.
Ha cha cha cha!
Say, Chinnie- this storyline may have a great opening for the return of your favorite character. It seems to me that a large piece of absorbent fabric would be a handy item in a house with a new puppy. Or would the Napster be too proud to accept such a humble role? Come to think of it, a schnoz like Saul’s might find it handy as well. Ya gotta accept the parts you’re offered when you’re a character actor...
Meg, Greta may have been a puppy when she went into Animal Shelter, but she's at least 7 human years old at this point.Goodnight Mrs. Kelrastbash, wherever you are.
Greta and Saul have the same size nose. Therein lies the attraction. She thinks he's family.
The moral for this story line . . . dogs are interchangeable.
Misery loves company.
I'm going with: If someone clearly tells you to stay away from them, you should trick them into a situation where they literally cannot escape, then force them into a profoundly uncomfortable situation and then cajole them further, they will end up thanking you.That doesn't accord with anything I know about how people work so it's pretty much of a part with every other Mary Worth plot.
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