Looking for the“good boy”
You were tied up outside of a Whole Foods Market wearing a red collar. You were waiting for your human, being a good boy. I was walking with my human, also being a good boy. Maybe we could be good boys together sometime?
Where: the whole foods near that one park
To the beautiful lab I saw walking on the seawall today, I’d like to say one thing:
BORK BORK BORK BORK BORK BORK BORK BORK BORK BORK BORK BORK BORK
Where: it smells like fish there
Hump ‘n’ Grind
It was a bumpin’ day at the dog park. I was with my girls when I first saw you and when we sniffed each other’s buttholes, you told me that mine smelt like dead bird (what a charmer!)
We humped in the middle of the park but the bouncers pulled us apart — I think your bouncer took you home after that.
Even though we exchanged sniffs I lost your scent! If you see this, tell me what colour my collar was.
Where: the most exclusive dog park in the whole city
Fire Hydrant Honey
This is a total long throw but I saw you peeing on a fire hydrant the other night and I thought that your urine smelled pretty cute.
Where: the fire hydrant
A love like this only ever comes along every 13 years. . .
I stopped in my tracks when I saw you in front of me. You were shaking off your coat in the dazzling sunshine — the intoxicating smell of mud and shit filling the air. I wagged my tail and barked at you, and you barked back. Your bark was annoying and head splitting, it swept me off my paws. Before I could sniff your rancid beauty, I saw a squirrel and absolutely had to chase that good for nothing evil little creature why do they always torment me I’ll have him I will he’ll see and he’ll pay for what he’s done.
When I got back, you disappeared.
Let’s meet up and eat a pile of puke?
Where: near the big mud puddle at my favourite park