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Old 09-28-09, 09:29 PM   #1
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The dog wants my peanut butter

Should I give him some for the amusement of watching it get stuck to the roof of his mouth?
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Old 09-28-09, 09:31 PM   #2
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He'll love it. You'l love it. It's all win.
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Old 09-28-09, 09:35 PM   #3
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I gave in. But damn, he didn't get it stuck.
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Put the ******* in his mouth and push up on it.

You can see I've done this before.
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Old 09-28-09, 09:43 PM   #5
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Put the ******* in his mouth and push up on it.

You can see I've done this before.
I'll have to try that next time but since its my GF's dog also she'll kick my ass if she catches me. LOL
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It depends on where you're smearing it.
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Yes, put it on the slobbering end, not the other end.
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Yes, put it on the slobbering end, not the other end.
Now he's growling at one of the cats, trying to get said cat to play. I think he's confused. (The dog).
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Not as confused as my friend's old dog. Due to the lack of other dogs, when he was feeling amorous he'd make advances on the cats. Luckily no offspring resulted from this.
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put an ambien in it first.
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fill one of these with peanut butter......hours of fun for the dog

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Seconded... just don't do it on the carpet. It leaves a terrible, sticky mess.
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Now he's growling at one of the cats, trying to get said cat to play. I think he's confused. (The dog).
Smear peanut butter on the cat........and watch him play with it.
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....a buttplug?
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At least the dog kept my butt warm curled up against it last night. He's weird. He actually whines until you lift the covers and he burrows down there. Very confused dog.
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At least the dog kept my butt warm curled up against it last night. He's weird. He actually whines until you lift the covers and fan away the fart fumes down there. Very confused dog.
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At least the dog kept my butt warm curled up against it last night. He's weird. He actually whines until you lift the covers and he burrows down there. Very confused dog.
It waits until to you go sleep and gives you very nice dreams?
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Now he's growling at one of the cats, trying to get said cat to play. I think he's confused. (The dog).
LOL...years ago I had a dog who would sneak up on the cat, then grab him by the tail and fling him, then run like hell as the cat gave chase. Funniest damn thing I ever saw.
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Our dog likes to go to the dog park and there's a couple of his buddies there that he'll grab by the tail to slow 'em down when they're chasing.
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sounds like monkey business
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