Monday, April 15, 2013

Say What?!?

Hello, everyone!  It's me, Camo.  I'm still learning the lay of the land around here, figuring some things out for myself and letting my brothers teach me about others.  I thought the following photos and captions would help fill you in on one of the things I've learned recently.  Ready?  It went something like this:

IMG_4269cz Cam and Zim
"Oh, my!  What's that, Zim?"
"It's the Cocker Spaniels!"

IMG_4270cz  Cam and Zim
"Zimmie!  They're saying--"
"Don't listen to them, Camo!  Don't listen!"

IMG_4271zc Zim and Cam
"They're potty-mouths, Camo!  Nice girls and guys don't say those things!"

IMG_4273zc Zim and Cam
"Just keep walking, Cam.  Just keep--"
"Oh, yeah?!?  And so's your mother!"

IMG_4274zc Zim and Cam
"Cam!"
"I just mind-melded it, Zim.  I didn't say it out loud!"

My brothers warned me about them, but I didn't believe what potty-mouths the Cockers were until I heard them for myself!  Oh, my!

Camo!

15 comments:

  1. I think about your potty mouthed Cockers whenever I walk by certain houses in our neighborhood and their pups start barking obscenities at us. Mrs. Master always tells me to pay no attention that they're just jealous of us.

    Nora

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  2. Now Cammy don't go all Mr. Spock and do the mind meld thingy. You are WAY to young fur THAT.

    Those Cockers are NOT Blogville residents... Just IGNORE them sweetie. Listen to your brother.

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  3. So thankful that the boys set you straight about how ladies behave. You show them proper manners and maybe they'll learn.
    Wags, Noreen & Hunter

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  4. I never knew cocker spaniels could be so rude!

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  5. we think maybe it is just them - mom says she has a friend who rescues cocker spaniels and Miss Karen would never let hers talk to anyone like that....

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  6. It's a good thing you have Zim to teach you things Camo. I don't like to hear other dogs barking at me when we are out on walks. I don't understand why they have to say such terrible things to me when I don't even know them.

    Millie

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  7. Such good looking dogs!!

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  8. Camo it sure is hard ignoring those mouths huh!
    Benny & Lily

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  9. You did a good job of ignoring the sassymouths. I know its not easy.


    Loveys Sasha

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  10. That's right sweet Cammie, just keep walking. Zim is right. My fur is a bit raised at how they spoke to you. I just might have to go on over and have a little chat with them on how you speak to a lady.
    Blessings,
    Goose

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  11. Potty mouth Cockers, LOL! Could they be my parents? Have a terrific Tuesday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  12. Every neighborhood has its problems. Zim is right - pay no attention to them, Camo!

    Love ya lots
    Mitch and Molly

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  13. It's best to just ignore the low class, Camo. If you sink down to their level, you just get dirty, and they still enjoy it!

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  14. We've got some of those in our neighborhood too! Sam says Zim is right, just ignore them!

    Sam

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  15. cam, woo need to walk w/Loki. He's a VERY bad potty mouth when doggies potty mouth us. I've tried and tried to tell him to take the high road but all he tells me is that we're on a flat road, besides the fact that the mountains are 2 fields over, there ain't no other road around. and what the heck does a high road have to do with doggies smack talking us as we take our relaxing walk anyway? Cam, woo should see him, he's all "put 'em up. Lets take this outside woo's fenced garden and see if woo can talk like that to me and my sisfur Juno! I'll punch your lights out!" Sigh. Camo, he's such a bad boy when it comes to taking care of the nice huskies.

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