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Two men were walking their dogs together. The first guy with a Chocolate lab and the second a Chihuahua

The first guy says, “Hey, you want to get something to eat?”

The second guy replies, “Yeah, but they all have signs that say ‘No Dogs Allowed’.”

The first guy with the lab puts sunglasses on and hands the other guy a pair. “Follow my lead,” he says.

As he walks into the restaurant a waiter stops him and says, “Sir, no dogs allowed.”

The man replies, “It’s O.K., this is my seeing eye dog.” The waiter apologizes and leads the man to a table as the second man enters.

The same waiter stops him but the guy says, “This is my seeing eye dog. I’m with the other guy.”

The waiter replies, “Sir, you can’t fool me, you have a Chihuahua.”

The man freaks out and says, “A Chihuahua? They gave me a Chihuahua?!”










Now this is cute…

Posted: April 19, 2012 in Awesome, Cute, Dog, Dogs
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I woke up on Sunday of this week and had a song in my head that I heard in a dream that I was having. Now, I know it sounds weird, but it’s also the way that I learned how to play guitar, though that’s hard rock. I grabbed a pen and paper and wrote it down. I’d love for someone to finish it and put it to music. Any Takers? I want to hear it again! It was to the tune of Steve Earle’s “Copperhead Road” but faster with less of a foreboding feel…. Here it is:

Baby We’re Goin’ Out

Turn up the radio it’s

My favorite song

Let down your hair baby

Yeah, Let it hang long

You know why?

Baby we’re goin out!

Well I’ll put on my boots

And my old Blue Jeans

Headin’ to the Honky Tonk

With my little queen

Get your dancin shoes on

And that little red dress

I called the sitter

Don’t you worry ’bout the rest

You know why?

Baby We’re goin out!

I’d love to hear it to music or hear others input on this…. so, No copyright, No claim…

Let’s call it open source songwriting!

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In a dazzling show of force, people in countries, towns, and cities celebrated Easter once again by hunting for Easter eggs with their children, finally signifying that the Easter bunny has defeated the peeps militia. Image

Although the war was quite epic and commercially backed by sponsors, millions upon millions of peeps were beheaded and turned into a fruit salad additive, supposedly because of theirĀ  unique marshmallow sugariness (Recipe below). However, no food-fight is without Allied casualties of the tasty kind.

Many millions of eggs were hard boiled, colored, decorated and hidden by the Easter Bunny, only to be discovered in their festive victory regalia by hungry children and adults. After a brief head-count of the casualties, their brightly colored hard shells were destroyed. The remains were then transferred to tasty and festive holiday dishes around the globe.

Dishes such as: Easter Egg Salad, deviled eggs, and a surprisingly savory potato salad additive for garish backyard victory parties. Though Easter Bunny believers are safe, many parties are also scheduled in various remaining peep-lover strongholds around the world.

Though this display is one of anarchy and futile resistance, the peep lovers are unwittingly playing into the Easter bunny’s trap.

The Easter bunny, without remorse, executed a vicious “hidden-in-the-egg” gas attack around the globe on these strongholds, rendering these traitorous interlopers helpless in their future plans to overtake Easter bunny territories.

Beheaded Peeps Fruit Salad:

1 Package of Peeps (Beheaded)

1/2 Cup Chopped Walnuts

1 Cup Canned Mandarin Oranges (Tangerines)

1 cup Canned Crushed Pineapple

1 Cup Shredded and Sweetened Coconut

2 Cups Grapes

1 Full Container Cool Whip


Mix all in a big bowl, chill, serves a bunch.

Easter Egg Salad:

12 Hard Boiled Eggs (Shelled)

3 Tbsp Mayonnaise (Not Miracle Whip)

3 Tbsp Yellow Mustard

1/4 Cup Finely Chopped Onion

1/4 Cup Finely Chopped Celery (If you want)

1 Tsp Paprika

1/4 Cup Dill Pickle Relish


Chop eggs, onion, and celery. Mix all in large bowl. Salt and pepper to taste.