I should be more like my dog

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Sam Vara
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Re: I should be more like my dog

Post by Sam Vara » Thu Dec 13, 2012 6:36 pm

o Pay very close attention to other peoples’ feelings, wants and needs as expressed through sound and body language
This means that you have to stop humping their leg when everyone is shouting at you to stop....

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Re: I should be more like my dog

Post by DNS » Thu Dec 13, 2012 11:53 pm

Sam Vara wrote:
o Pay very close attention to other peoples’ feelings, wants and needs as expressed through sound and body language
This means that you have to stop humping their leg when everyone is shouting at you to stop....
:lol:
Don’t waste time being angry
This means stop growling at other dogs and the postman.
My love must be unconditional
"must be" ? That sounds conditional.
Live in the moment
This means stop chasing and thinking about those bitches all over town.

(Just having some fun, not really being critical of the article. I :heart: all animals, including dogs.)

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Re: I should be more like my dog

Post by plwk » Fri Dec 14, 2012 3:14 am

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Do not judge smells as bad; think of them as important sources of information

And my personal fav.... Accept affection from anyone


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Re: I should be more like my dog

Post by Ben » Fri Dec 14, 2012 4:07 am

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