Sunday, February 07, 2010

I Want It!

I like my toys. I don't like it when somepup else takes them and plays with them right in front of me. Especially when it's dork boy. I do a lot of yelling when that happens. However, I don't think some of dad's rude comments about me are necessary!



I do believe dad owes me an apology for his comments. Witch??? Wide ass??? That is totally uncalled for!

Hollybollyboo

15 comments:

The OP Pack said...

Poor Sam - you just can't catch a break there, can you?

Woos, Phantom and Thunder

The Thundering Herd said...

Hbbb - Queen Natasha supports your total control over your house. No one plays with a toy unless she lets them.

Steve, Kat, & Wilbur said...

I think maybe Sam needs his own Boys Only toys.

Steve

Lorenza said...

Ding Dong the Witch is gone?? Huh??
Kisses and hugs
Lorenza

The Army of Four said...

Woo. Ammy always takes my toys when I'm not watching. Or ... do I take hers? No! That can't be right!
Luv,
Dave

Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

I always knew your dad was a smart hooman...

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra

Life With Dogs said...

Give him hell! Well, not so much that the treats dry up...

Cyber-sibes said...

Oh Holly, woo are just like Star used to be! And now I have to put up with Moo taking my toys...and she DESTROYS them! but I agree, your dad owes woo an apology....and a treat or two thrown in for good measure.

a-roos to yous,
jack a-roo

Girls Rule!
and Moo too

Sagira said...

Looks like so much fun with all those toys!

Rudy said...

Hi!
Thanks for stopping by -- glad you liked the video. Mom is always looking for something different to help with my blog...

I know about the comments -- Dennis calls us names too sometimes. I wouldn't worry about it, he still gives us goodies!

Rudy

Suka said...

hey Holly,

You need to give your dad a good woof-down for talking smack about you! From one Malamute to another, always remember that WE are the Pack Leaders, not the humans! I think your dad needs to give you some of your favorite treats for an apology.

Suka

p.s. I think Sam looks like a fun bro-fur!

Wild Dingo said...

witch? WITCH? definitely an appology is necessary! or else woo should have Husky revenge! ooooo i wouldn't wish that on anybody!

wags-n-wiggles,
wild dingo

Mango said...

Humph! How rude! You were completely within your rights to take that stuffie away from your annoying brother. I hate it when stupid PeeWee gets all riled up too and have to remove stuffies from his mouth (and I get similar comments from the dumb humans).

Slobbers,
Mango

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