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if you count "today" as beginning at midnight, which it might be if you were a meteorologist or an astronomer, or grandpa, who falls asleep right after dinner and then wakes up during letterman & then he's nosing around in the kitchen for cookies while the rest of us are trying to sleep, and he steps on the dog, like the dog doesn't have enough problems, just trying to get some shut-eye on the linoleum for chrissake, and then i'm awake and i'm not allowed to yell at grandpa cause he's old but anyone can yell at the dog if they want to cause he's a dog, but i wanna kick grandpa right in the pants, & anyway it's MY dog, goddamnit. i named him when he was a puppy, i named him "kitty-kat" & nobody should be able to step on him but me, and i don't. but i could if i wanted to, and when i grow up i just might kick grandpa, but then he'll be dead & you can't kick dead people even if you're a grown-up. i mean, you can, but what's the point?


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The following comments are for "gramps"
by mercer102

I say
go ahead and yell at grandpa, everyone will just chalk it up to another ill-mannered child with attitude, and please re-name that poor dog. No wonder it gets treated like crap, nobody respects a dog with a fluff name.

good rant there.

BW

( Posted by: BWOz [Member] On: September 29, 2013 )

gramps
thanks, bro. i have cats now, & grampa kicked it a while back. but i'll see him soon.

( Posted by: mercer102 [Member] On: October 7, 2013 )





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