Sunday, July 31, 2011

SBM - Looking for Fun

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  1. But that "Touch of Gray" makes him look sooooo distinguished!
    My little Coco looked at his picture and just swooooned!

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  2. What a Face!
    Did you find this rummaging through his correspondence? Is he not happy there?
    I'm confused.

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  3. Guffaw - he's just considering his options in case the Bat Phone rings this weekend and I have to scoot before tomorrow. He's seen the suitcase. He KNOWS.

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  4. Barkley sounds better than a lot of dates I've had in the past.

    Pssst! And he looks better than some too. :-)
    What's that # again? ~lol

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  5. Quite a handsome dog.

    Hope you checked to confirm that number is inactive. ;-)

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  6. What a catch! The phone is surely ringing off the hook.

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  7. Just drop him off at my house if you have to go away. . . I may not let you have him back, but he will be loved here!!! And spoiled. And I agree with stopsign. . . Barkley is more desireable than a lot of dates I've had also!!!

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  8. I'll bet he gets lots of hits off of that ad.

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  9. Chloe's still not sure about Barkley. No one has invented a scratch & sniff computer screen for dogs yet.

    Barkley's not dumb. Chloe also knows when something is up. All I have to do though is put on shoes and grab my purse, and she knows I might be going somewhere. She usually tries to come along.

    If we start packing luggage, oh my the look she gets!

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  10. Thank you for the great laugh to start my Monday :)

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  11. I know whatcha mean. Hubby & I resort to spelling sometimes, Buddy is extra sensitive to words like... go, out, leave, unless we say his name first then he's good to, well, you no... G O.

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  12. Life is so much easier when you are a dog, Barkley (with the qualifier of having a good master). :)

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