Our household dog has costly taste, chews up funds

“The doggy ate my research.”

– Prevalent quality college excuse

I received a textual content photo from my spouse. It showed two parts of ground-up dollar in the folds of our dog’s blanket.

Bill Kirby, Augusta Chronicle

“Uncovered the puppy chewing it,” she claimed when I named.

I seemed at the photograph carefully and observed that it was a $20 bill.

“Wherever did the canine discover a $20?” I immediately asked.

At least the family dog has good taste.

“I believe it was Mother’s. Dropped it when she was around below the other night. But never fret, the dog’s Alright.”

“Improved than Alright!” I stated. “She’s got the scent now. I am using her for a wander in the park as soon as I get house.”

MEMORY LANE: Wayne Wilke, of Evans, explained this about my responses on the “ROY G. BIV” memory trick.

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