Thursday, December 04, 2008

Dog walking etiquette (for humans)


I know it's early but if you're going to get up and walk your dog first thing in the morning AND you happen to be a person who initiates conversation at close range, is it too much to ask that you brush your teeth before you leave the house? Your fellow hygiene conscious tooth brushing neighbor would appreciate it. If not then one may be forced to perform a face block maneuver with a poo bag.

10 comments:

lizziebelle said...

EWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW

TTQ said...

As if waking up next to a husband with bad breath isn't enough?! Now your neighbors are ambushing you with funky breath....

You could always walk outside with the toothbrush in your mouth and spit next to their feet

Thank god, my two dogs are backyard kinda dogs, we just open the door and off they run. I don't even feel bad that honey has to poop scoop one cat box and a backyard.

Uh-oh I think I must have woke up on the wrong side of the bed today..

Anonymous said...

How about carrying a container of Altoids and offering one to the putrid person?

Your story of Wrigs falling reminded me of my Max last Feb. We arrived at a dogpark, I stopped to lock the car door, he got excited and lunged toward the fence, causing me to fall like a Giant Redwood. It probably broke my rib! I have since bought a car that locks with a fob thingy. There was a really nice dog person there and I think she jumped the fence to see if I was all right. Dog people are usually friendly, non-smelly folks!

Have an excellent time when you go "home".

TFOLWOGASC

JO said...

LOL!!

HappyWifeHappyLife said...

Ewww... that is just nasty.

Lisa said...

eeewwww, gross!!!!!

74WIXYgrad said...

When you stop and talk to us
I hope you do not make us cuss
Brush your teeth and wash your mouth
So your friends don't all go south

moooooog35 said...

Just curious how many hits your site is going to get now after people search "poo bag."

You may not want these visitors.

Bon Don said...

Eewwww

Clippy Mat said...

there's an old guy down my street who has a big, old, nasty tempered dog and one day i'm going to take a picture of the massive poo bag that he carries home every morning. it's the biggest one in the world honestly.
not much to do with your halitosis post but i think the old man might have bad breath too now that i come to think of it.
he looks like it if you ask me.