Post 757: Casey and the Old Bat

Yes! A Pet Week Extraordinaire and other E words! Have fun, animal lovers!

LOOKING TO ADDOPE YORKI OR SHITSU DOG.…

 

OLDER PERSON THAT JUST LOST MY BEST FRIEND 17 YEARS OLD WANTS
TO ADOPT SMALL DOG TO LOVING HOME WITH FULLY FENCED YARD .,CASEY….
HAD THIS ADD UP FOR A WHILE NOW,,WANT YOUNG SMALL DOG SO I MAY TEACH
IT TRICKS,ECT IM PRETTY GOOD AT THIS, ALSO TRAVEL A LOT WITH MY COMPANION.

Grandma Sparky, please stop shouting! The first trick you should teach a dog is to cover its poor ears when you are speaking. The second is how to use a dictionary. The third is what punctuation is and how to use it. And finally, how to fake its own death so it can get out of there.

Thanks for the ad, Ninjachow, excellent find.

6 thoughts on “Post 757: Casey and the Old Bat

  1. So, so, much to unpack here.
    Like, why is the yard named Casey?

    Or who names their child “Wants”-‘ok, teens are pretty needy, but that was not known 17 years’ ago . . .

    Have to wonder why, in Ish, a dog is required to teach, unlike, say, a teaching certificate?

    Then, there os the mysterious Im, another under-salubrious name to he saddled with.

    No wonder the phone tried to call Spark A Dope.

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  2. “Companion” eh, so, is there a Bag of Holding, and just what Armor Class does Spark have?

    Is the dog meant to improve Spark’s dice roll from 1D2 to 1D3?

    Could we present a +1 Nematode called “Yorky” to Spark for as long as the Cloak of Puppy will last?

    I’m going to roll 3D20 against Contact Stupidity, but I’m scared I need 55 or better.

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  3. Grandma??? A 17-year old is not an “older person,” even if they think they are.

    And Sparky did try to use punctuation and upper/lower case. It’s moistly on one line. It looks like he answered the following question:
    Case? (Y)(N) with CASEY.

    Actually, Sparky is not a “person.” On the internet, nobody knows you’re a dog.

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