Monday, September 29, 2008

Back to your old tricks

stuffed rabbit with no eyes
After last week's episode, I'm not sure whether I should congratulate you or crate you.

Maybe this regression is a good thing. Hmmm ...

Dealer's choice, doggie dude: your analyst or mine?

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  1. He is a good dog, he just does bad things. :o)

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  2. What in the??? What did rabbits ever do to your dog?! Did they kill his parents?S Taunt him in his dreams?!

    (And did you put that Michael Ian Black bit up there because you know I plan to perhaps drug him and brainwash him into marrying me? And if so, if you have any tips on how to make that happen, please forward them to me. Just keep your rabbit-hating dog away from him!)

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  3. Maybe a little canine anger management might be in order? They do make doggy Prozac as well... I have considered drugging my pups many times.

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  4. Your dog is like a crazed eye-eating serial killer!

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  5. It's an artistic STATEMENT, dude. CLEARLY. :)

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  6. At least he didn't eat them. Maybe he (she?) needs the dog whisperer. Cause there are some serious bunny issues going on.

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  7. Looks like a ceatain K-9 is fixing to put a Totem outside.

    The first rule of War. A blinded Enemy is easily Vanquished. Good Dog.

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  8. Was he attacked by a rabbit when he was a puppy or something? And how did he so dextrously pluck out/off the eyeballs?

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  9. Oedipal complex, dude. Doggy Oedipal complex.

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  10. I just want to know what happened in his past to cause him to have such a hate on for all things "bunny"!

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  11. Does this mean your floor can see up my skirt?

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  12. Chewed the eyes right off? Wow, that's tough!

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  13. Your dog has a serious bunny issue. Perhaps a pet therapist is in your future?

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  14. Just the eyes? That is messed up. Perhaps an antidepressant would help with his, um, doggie issues?

    Is it just bunnies or does he have an aversion to other animals as well?

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  15. Your dog is collecting body parts for a bunny suit in time for Halloween. To fix this problem, just buy him a bunny outfit and dress him up and take pictures to post here. That way, when he sees them online, he'll feel better about his doggie-rabbit self and stop molesting small woodland creatures.

    Or, he'll become fixated on squirrels.

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  16. What does that bunny think he's looking at?

    What a horrifying thought.

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