I am not having a very good day. Yes, it’s still early, but it’s impressive I have even made it this far. A long time ago I read somewhere (via Brené Brown maybe?) that it takes guts to show up for your life. Courage, this person declared, is required to show up every day, no matter what happens, and be the best person one can be. In my opinion, this is truer for me today than it ever has been before.
To make matters worse, my favourite necklace just broke. The chain snapped right in my hand after tugging on it for the twenty-six-thousandth time.
Because I am feeling like a total cranky-pants (yes, I started a sentence with because – I know it’s wrong and I don’t care) I thought I would share with you some of my favourite dog jokes.
Realizing that humour is often subjective, I am going to warn you that my taste isn’t always very high-brow. My love for kids jokes is infamous throughout the land and over the raging sea. I know I’ve said in the past how I am not a fan of puns, but when done right, as in a silly little joke told by a five-year old, they can crack me up like nothing else. The more silly the punchline the better. I especially enjoy it if the joke makes no sense at all, or isn’t even really a joke.
Q: What did the farmer say when he lost his tractor?
A: Where’s my tractor.
Ahem. Maybe you had to be there.
On with the dog jokes!
Q: Why do dogs wag their tails?
A: Because no one else will do it for them!
Man to dog trainer: Every time a bell rings, my dog goes into the corner.
Dog trainer: That’s okay, he is a Boxer.
Q: When is a brown dog not a brown dog?
A: When it is a greyhound!
Q: What do you do if a dog swallows your pen?
A: Use a pencil instead!
Q: What kind of dog can jump as high as a building?
A: Any kind! A building can’t jump!
Okay, okay, I’ll stop torturing you. If anyone has any better jokes, please share them in the comments!