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Postby Kay » Wed 15 Oct 2014 18:57 GMT

My dog keeps eating garlic and has horribly bad breath.

His bark is truly worse than his bite.

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Postby Dave » Wed 15 Oct 2014 19:19 GMT

Obviously this reminded me of the "My dog's got no nose..." joke. But that in turn reminded me of a whole collection of "German jokes", which were basically British jokes stripped of all humour, eg with literal replies to feedline questions, like this:

A: My dog has no nose.
B: Really? How does he smell?
A: He can't. He has no nose.

There are a lot more of them on Sickipedia. Quite funny, in a weird kind of way.
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Re: My dog...

Postby MelCfan » Sat 20 Oct 2018 01:12 GMT

and here's one joke of 'anyone's' dog :D
Q: What kind of dog chases anything red?
A: A Bulldog. :D :D :D
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