It's a Dog's Life
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Walking through a parking lot I saw two dogs trying really hard to look casual: one in the driver’s seat, the other, a backseat passenger. I imagine their whispered conversation:

 

Driver: You don’t think she sees us, do you?

 

Passenger: Nah.

 

Driver: It’s been a month. How ya doin’ with your New Year resolutions?

 

Passenger: Not good. You?

 

Driver: Me either, that’s why I fetched the truck keys.

 

Passenger: Where we goin’?

 

Driver: You know those drive-through windows our human gets bags of food from?

 

Passenger? Yeah.

 

Driver: I’m sick of The Dog Dood diet we’re on. No one will know. All our human does is pull up to the window, waits a minute, and a bag of food gets handed out.

 

 

If you made them, how are you doing with your New Year resolutions?

 

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