Dog alone in car uses horn


#1

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#2

I live in Altoona - this dog is smarter than most of the people who live here. Probably including myself.


#3

And yet some people say our pets aren’t like children…


#4

Best thing on BB in months, Really!


#5

Just a reminder, since the hot weather is arriving soon:

Never leave your dog inside your car on a hot day. 90 degrees outside is 150 degrees inside. And you have to cook a dog at 350 or you’ll get sick.


#6

If the piano key cover gets left open overnight, we will be roused the next morning by a loud, dramatic rendition of the perennial favorite “it’s cat feeding time, get your lazy human buttocks out of bed!”


#7

Our boxer used to crack us up when he would sit in the driver’s seat like that; thank goodness he never discovered the horn, though.


#8

Monday morning and I am going to Hell for liking that comment.


#9

Thanks. I get that a lot.


#10

Black humor really is the best humor.


#11

He’s not alone, there’s someone else in the back seat.


#12

Good point. Doesn’t the total weight affect total cook time?


#13

The dog isn’t alone in the car. There is another dog with it.


#14

I’d rather laugh with the sinners than cry with the saints. The sinners are much more fun.


#15

That seriously all depends upon the individual sinner; as some are not “fun” at all… they’re just dicks.


#16

Give Billy Joel a break. It was a more innocent time. And yes anyone who actually cooks a dog qualifies as a whole bag of industrial grade dicks.


#17

Keep working at it! Wake me up when you can play KlavierstĂĽcke. ZZZzzzzz


#18

[quote=“wadevondoom, post:16, topic:76422”]
Billy Joel
[/quote]???

Who brought the Piano Man into this?


#19

Ha! One of my best friends is from Altoona. He lives a long way away from there now!


#20

I used to have a cat that would, slowly and deliberately, push crockery and glasses off the kitchen bench if we weren’t quick enough with the food in the mornings.