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Mr. Sausages

2 dogs in a bar

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1 hour ago, Mr. Sausages said:

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Erm... It eludes to two dogs and a knock on the door 

 

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4 hours ago, Chinahand said:

Erm... It eludes to two dogs and a knock on the door 

 

This really does need a deeper analysis, can a dog actually bark 'knock' or is the basis of the joke that dogs can speak and understand English also a dog in a bar is out of context to his home environment surely this would not illicit the territorial response.

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Posted (edited)

And dogs aren’t even allowed in bars over here so your joke has an obvious dogist tone which therefore renders it unfunny. Although, I did laugh.  

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Fat fingers.

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On ‎6‎/‎21‎/‎2018 at 11:38 AM, CharlieBrown said:

This really does need a deeper analysis, can a dog actually bark 'knock' or is the basis of the joke that dogs can speak and understand English also a dog in a bar is out of context to his home environment surely this would not illicit the territorial response.

My dog just said "bark" tell Charlie "bark" to "bark" fuck off "bark"  

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......my dog can talk! Whenever I ask him how his bum is when he's sitting on the gravel drive he answers, 'Rough'. .............

............I asked the cat to make me a cup of tea, she said, 'Me,ow?'.................I

ok, I'll leave the stage now, :crying:

 

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30 minutes ago, Chinahand said:

Woof

No, my dog is more macho and said "barrrrk" not woof.

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