September 05, 2006

Uh, trying to run a meeting here. Should I put "mange" on the agenda?

Oh ... kay ......


Why is this dog on the conference table? Why is this dog on the conference table?!?!!? We work at this table. We eat at this table. For that matter, why is your dog at work with you? Is this allowed? The only reason to have your pooch at work with you is if you are blind, or quadriplegic, or narcoleptic. Not because you miss each other when you are at work. Let rodents wait for us at home, and then let's give each other an extra vigorous dry-humping when we get back home. For chrissake!

11 comments:

jamwall said...

i prefer wet-humping.

by the way, i'm back!

came back early. what the fuck.

jiggs said...

fuck you dog jerk-off dog owners!

Lightning Bug's Butt said...

Cute mammal.

Deezee said...

Dog on table? Not acceptable. Dog at work? Hmmm, depends. I worked at a small company with an open grassy courtyard. People brought their dogs because they could and because we worked the most imhumane hours they could get away with demanding of us. It all provided a nice diversion...

miss kendra said...

it's ok to put the dog on the table if everyone agrees to that.

it shouldn't be assumed though.

SignGurl said...

Get out the Clorox wipes!

Bill said...

I sent a co-worker to this post today because she was rambling about how she wanted to bring her dog to work - thought it was a great idea. I said, "Not everyone agrees..." and then I directed her.

Her first response was "sourpuss." Then she said, "Why's the dog on the desk? That's weird."

Myself, anywhere I can unload my cat so she can annoy other people is all right by me. But generally, I'm not in favour of dogs at work. The dogs are fine; the owners are treacly.

Spinning Girl said...

See, here's the thing. The dog is really cute, really well behaved, just lies in her basket. But why is it here? Nobody else brings the dog to work. It's because the dog is a big baby and doesn't like to be left alone. Not because it helps certain kids learn (though the kids love the dog!). And then, here she is, on the table, at my meeting. And here she is, on a chair, during a parent conference. I mean, come on!!!!

Kat said...

Ummmm. So who's the owner here?
Kinda reminds me of that Marmaduke book (or is it Clifford?), Who is Walking Whom?

MadMeer said...

Maybe he has something to contribute to young society. There is a good side to dry humping - no unnecessary fertilizing.

We can all learn from this dog.

DaMasta said...

My rodents sure do love to dry hump, huh?